People across the High Peak and Derbyshire are being reminded that careers help is still available during the coronavirus pandemic.
Support has been extended during the current crisis to also include students in years 11, 12 and 13 whose exams have been cancelled - and their parents and carers - and to help employers who are recruiting to essential roles.
And Careers Coaches are helping those who are unemployed or furloughed through use of the government's 'Skills Toolkit'. This has free courses for all abilities to help develop workplace and digital skills.
At the moment, Careers Coaches can't offer the usual face-to-face appointments, drop-in sessions or group workshops but are still open for referrals and can give advice and support over the telephone, through video calls, over email and even through texts.
To find out what support is available and how to get in touch with your Careers Coach, visit https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/working-for-us/jobs/national-careers-service/national-career-service.aspx.