Seetec is delighted to announce that we’ve secured the National Careers Service delivery contract for the South West and North West of England.
Commencing in October 2022 and running for two years, Seetec and partners will provide impartial careers information, advice and guidance on behalf of the National Careers Service, to thousands of adults and young people in the regions.
The National Careers Service provides impartial, professional and personalised careers information, advice and guidance to anyone over the age of 13 and living in England. Customers can get high-quality advice on the National Careers Service website, or speak to a qualified careers adviser with expert local knowledge via the webchat and helpline, as well as individual and group face-to-face sessions.
Speaking about the win, Chris Harrison, Executive Director for Employability and Health at Seetec, said:
“Winning National Careers Service in North West and South West England opens the doors to allow us to make a real positive difference to thousands of additional people over the coming years.
“We look forward to working with individuals, partners and local communities across the two regions to welcome referrals from Autumn 2022 onwards”.
For more information customers can visit the National Careers Service website to chat to an expert careers adviser online, or call the helpline on 0800 100 900, lines are open 8am-8pm on weekdays and 10am-5pm on Saturday.
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About National Careers Service
The National Careers Service provides impartial, professional and personalised careers information, advice and guidance services to all adults, via individual and group face-to-face sessions, over the telephone, through digital and social media platforms, with particular emphasis on priority groups who may need more help in developing their career management skills and progressing in work or learning.
Through effective partnership working with employers, further and higher education providers, local partners and the third sector, the National Careers Service plays a direct, enabling role in connecting people to learning, technical and vocational education, apprenticeships, higher education and work opportunities, including in-work progression.