About Us

The Careers for Young People Service provides young people in Warrington with Careers Advice and Guidance as well as information on learning and work opportunities.

Our service is responsible for helping young people to remain in education until they are 18, which can be full time education, an apprenticeship, or a job (with accredited training).

We have qualified staff who can help you to:

  • Find the right course or training opportunity by providing careers guidance

  • Find an apprenticeship or job with training

  • Write a CV, complete application forms and prepare for interviews

  • Search for local job vacancies and provide you with tips on how to find a job

  • Access information about welfare support, benefits and any available grants


It is a legal requirement for every local authority to gather and collate information on young people’s destinations, to find out if they are in work or are seeking work, or if they are in education or training.

'Local authorities are responsible for tracking young people’s participation in education and training. They record information about young people's current activity, their characteristics and aspirations. This provides them with the information they need to support young people to engage in education and training, identify those who are not participating and to plan services to meet young people’s needs.'

DfE, Dec 2013

Meet our education and employment advisers, who are all here to help guide you on the right path.