Find out what we do
The National Careers Service provides high quality, free and impartial careers advice, information and guidance. Our service is available to anyone aged 13+ no matter what stage of the careers journey you’re at.
The video will give you a brief overview of some of the work the National Careers Service does.
The National Careers Service provides high quality, free and impartial information advice and guidance to help citizens make decisions on learning, training and work. It is available to all adults in England over the age of 13.
Our universal service is primarily for citizens who need somewhere to go that can provide comprehensive careers information advice or guidance for themselves.
Additional users of our service are people who use it to support others. This includes professional careers advisers and intermediaries such as employers, teachers and parents.
Our service is designed to enable users to self serve as much as possible, however some of our users need more intensive support.
For self service, our intuitive digital tools and smart use of data enable them to get a personalised service. Professional careers advisers will help provide users with additional advice and guidance, specific to their personal circumstances.
If you want any more information about National Careers Service, please get in touch.
Who is National Careers Service for?
We provide anyone aged 13+ with life long careers information, advice and guidance to help you make good career choices, no matter what point of your career journey you’re at.
We provide information for parents, teachers, employers, coaches and advisers to support others in their career journey.
We work with organisations, employers and professional bodies to promote the importance of up to date careers guidance.