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Introducing the New Help4Teens Professional Portal!

We've created a Education Professionals Portal for Careers Advisers, Schools, Colleges and Apprenticeship Employers!

The Portal is full of content that is useful for Education Professionals. You can find News, Resources, Local; Regional and National Research, Professional Development Opportunities, Useful Links, Events, and more! To avoid confusion between the two the Portal has a brand new, completely different design to the base Help4Teens website.


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The ‘Planning Your Future’ guide for young people in County Durham.  This guide has been...

Are you 16-25? Want to learn new skills? Taster day for Get Started with Radio on 5th December 2017 in Newcastle!

Meet new people and improve your skills by working on a group challenge, to create your own piece of theatre / drama.

Aged 14 - 17 and do not have / are not expecting to achieve 5 GCSE's Grades A-C or Aged 17-25 and not in Education, Training or Employment? Check this out!

START TODAY from One Point tells you about Apprenticeships, recruitment and training for 16-19 year olds across County Durham.

The newsletter for school-leavers produced by Peterlee Business Park.

The National Student Survey has been published for the 11th year.

Meet new people and learn new skills as well as gaining work experience. We'll also help you with your CV.

Raleigh International are looking for volunteers for autumn 2017.

EMM Referral

SETA are a provider of high quality training in Engineering, Production, Warehousing, Business Administration and Customer Services.

Vacancy Search

Advice Channels

Email

If you would like to discuss something directly with a Personal Adviser, you can contact us using our online enquiry form and we will arrange for someone to contact you as soon as possible.

Telephone

If you would like to discuss something directly with a Personal Adviser you can contact your local One Point service on

01325 375 5986

Advice Online

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential, helpful and impartial advice, supported by qualified careers advisers.