Who can help? | Employment Pathway
Can help you find work if you are 14-25 years old. They provide information, advice and guidance on career options. A social worker from Social Services can refer and direct you to people who can help you find employment. Can help you find work, work experience or gain new skills. They can help you claim benefits and give advice. They can refer you to specialist support to help you get a job. Can help you plan your lifeetc. An information service which can direct you to other helpful organisations.
Things you need to know | Employment Pathway
Department of Work and Pensions (DWP. Helps you find the benefits you are entitled to. Website: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-work-pensions. If you work over 16 hours per week you might be able to get tax credits. Tel: 0800 88 22 00. Visit: www.gov.uk/browse/benefits/tax-credits. Website: www.gov.uk/contact-jobcentre-plus. Visit your district council office. To find your district council office visit:. Website: www.gov.uk/housing-benefit/overview. Visit: www.hmrc.gov.uk. Visit: www&#...