If you are looking for job vacancies there are many specialist websites you can look at. You can also access many local and national newspapers online or read them at your local library.
Returning to work
all have information and advice on getting into or returning to work, as well as improving your skills and job prospects.
Help with moving from benefits to work can be found on the Gov.uk website.
Carers UK have advice on returning to work from a careers point of view.
If you are returning to work after mental health issues information can be found on the NHS choices website.
There are plenty of learning opportunities in Suffolk:
- University of Suffolk
- Colleges in Suffolk
- University of the Third Age (U3A)
- Workers Education Association (WEA)
You can also study from home through organisations like:
or through an Online Course.
You may be able to get a grant or bursary to help with the costs of certain courses.
Volunteering gives you a chance to get involved in your local community, share a knowledge or skill, or give you valuable experience which could help you into paid employment.
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