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If you are an unemployed or on furlough Waltham Forest resident looking for a job, we can help you.
Steps into Work is a Council led personalised one-to-one service which has been set up to support Waltham Forest residents to gain employment. We offer tailored support at every step of your journey into work.
You will be pleased to know there are no set “criteria” to access and use the service. Read more about Steps into Work.
Do not need the help of our advisers? Keep reading to find out about our other programmes or how to get support with money, metal health and employment and more.
For more information on making choices as a young person explore our 16 to 25 What’s Next?
In the wake of Covid-19, our Adult Learning Service is ready to provide you with support to help you get a job. Opportunities include job-related qualifications, such as digital skills, interview skills and teamwork, support in applying or accessing job vacancies, as well as a range of other courses. All the services provided are free for unemployed Waltham Forest residents or discounted depending on your circumstances.
Applying for a job can mean lots of different things, a CV, a cover letter, even psychometric tests. Follow the links to learn more about each of these, view templates and examples and how to avoid making common mistakes.
Interviews can be a scary prospect, but help is at hand, see the links below for videos, fact sheets and blogs.
Making a great first impression is crucial in landing a job. Receive help with interview clothing and coaching and more through:
Job Centre claimants should speak to their dedicated Work Coach for interview clothing and travel fares.
Turn2us is a national charity providing practical help to people who are struggling financially.
If you need more than online guidance and to access local advisors for specific issues use the Find an Adviser tool.
For more information on government support:
Work can be hard at the best of times.
Support is available to those
To access support please contact