For Candidates

Need support into work, a career transformation or are you looking to upskill and gain further qualifications?

Are you looking to thrive in your chosen career?

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Have you got more to give? Then advance with us. Our skilled team is on hand to tailor support to meet your needs.

  • Support to find employment Support to find employment We’ll encourage you to see your own potential, develop skills, build resilience, develop good mental health and see the value in continuous personal development.
  • Improve your skills and confidence Improve your skills and confidence Access to Employer Work Academies, employers, work experience and support with progression training.
  • Improve your qualifications Improve your qualifications Access to support with progression, training and further qualifications.
  • Change career Change career Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) around current and future employment. We can offer 1-1 or in group settings.
  • Gain a promotion Gain a promotion To help you identify and understand training, volunteering and career options in the local area.
  • Get more hours Get more hours Support with job search and identify upskilling opportunities.
  • Find your dream job Find your dream job Provide Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and identify steps to success.
  • Secure an apprenticeship Secure an apprenticeship Support with identifying and applying for apprenticeships opportunities.
  • Support with self-employment Support with self-employment To identify specialist mentors in your chosen area.

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Contact us for tailored support from our skilled team.

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  • Funded by UK Government
  • South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority
  • Business Doncaster
  • City of Doncaster Council
  • Powered by Leveling Up

Skills & Employability South Yorkshire is being delivered by City of Doncaster Council and is part-funded by South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority and Sheffield City Council. This project is part-funded by UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.