Help getting into work

You can find information about help getting into work on the government's help for households website and careers advice from the National Careers Service

Disabled people

If you're disabled, have a long-term condition or mental health problems, find out about help finding a job if you're disabled.

Young people

If you're a young person considering your options, take a look at the education, employment and training information on the youthzone.

Young people aged between 15 and 24 who are not in employment, education or training (NEET), can also get support from Invest in Youth. This also includes young people at risk of becoming NEET. The project aims to transform the futures of those who would like to work but are unable to without additional skills or support.

People with barriers to work

The Changing Futures project is focussed on supporting people facing multiple and complex barriers to employment. All participants are unemployed or economically inactive and are at high risk of social exclusion, such as people in ethnic minority communities, people with physical or mental health problems and people with learning difficulties.

Over 50s

The Age of Opportunity project has been designed specifically to meet the needs of over 50s who would like to work but are unable to without additional skills or support.

Armed Forces

If you're a member of the armed forces community, visit the education and employment support for the armed forces community.

Employability courses

A range of Lancashire Adult Learning employability courses are free to Lancashire residents looking to improve their employability skills.