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For Adults

There are a number of schemes and opportunities that can help you into work, whether this is back into a previous career or starting a new career.

Westminster City Council provides tailored support to parents wanting help back into employment through Westminster Adult Education Service (WAES).

For young adults

The Government introduced a higher participation age, meaning all young people up to the age of 18 must be in some form of education or work based training.

The Young Westminster website has support directly tailored at young people to ensure they get the best start in their career. 

Apprenticeships/ Internships www.westminster.gov.uk/education-options-over-16s 

Training for specific industries: https://www.westminster.gov.uk/training-and-employment

Working for Westminster City Council

If you are interested in working (incl apprenticeships, internships and graduates) for Westminster City Council, please visit our specific page: www.westminster.gov.uk/jobs-and-careers



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