Partners

We work with a range of partners who make a real difference to people’s lives.

Friendly advisers from our Skills Hub partner organisations provide help to individuals to find jobs, training or work experience or can offer careers advice and guidance or business start-up support. Through the range of partners on offer, we’ll make sure you receive the best possible support.

Click on the organisation name for more information below or follow the Facebook link. For up to date training and events being delivered by the SkillsHub partners please register at Jobs@SkillsHub here

Support for Residents living in Newcastle to find work or training.

  • Newcastle Futures provide flexible support for residents to move into employment or training - Facebook here
  • Generation NE offer employability and job search support for young people 18 – 29 year olds - Facebook here
  • Your Homes Newcastle can support their tenants to secure employment and provide apprenticeships and training - Facebook here
  • Tyne Online provide a multi-channel, responsive and personalised digital service to individuals looking for work - Facebook here
  • Newcastle UXL offer advice and guidance on training opportunities for young people - Facebook here
  • JET provide employment and wider support for people from ethnic backgrounds and new migrants to the UK including work placements and ESOL support - Facebook here
  • Reviving the Heart of the West end can help people explore opportunities for employment and training - Facebook here

Some of our partners offer support throughout Tyne & Wear

  • Generation NE offer employability and job search support for young people 18 – 29 year olds - Facebook here
  • Moving on Tyne and Wear offer employment support for people with a health barrier, disability or additional learning need - Facebook here

Careers advice for Young People living in Newcastle

  • Connexions provide careers information, advice and guidance to young people aged between 13 and 19, up to 25 if you have a learning disability or difficulty - Facebook here

Careers advice for Adults living in Tyne and Wear (including Newcastle)

  • National Careers Service offers information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work - Facebook here

Business start-up or self-employment support

Job feeds on social media

Jobs in the public sector

Websites for general jobs

Jobcentre Plus – these two sites are extremely useful and will help you look for and apply for local jobs: Be A Work Hero and Find A Job

Other useful sites include:

"The adviser who I worked with was excellent. Very professional and supportive Thank you. I went on to regain full time employment..."