Birmingham Careers Service
helping you build a positive future
Birmingham Careers Service is a free and friendly support service providing careers information, advice and guidance to young people age 16 to 19 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET). If a young person has a learning difficulty and/or disability then we can help them until they are 25. We are part of Birmingham City Council and we work alongside other local services.
We offer a traded service to schools, academies and colleges to help them ensure they provide the best careers information, advice and guidance for their students. For more information click here.
We have highly qualified Personal Advisers experienced in working with young people to help them make informed decisions, ensure they are aware of all options and potential career paths as well as providing information and advice on current employment, training and education opportunities.
Visit us at one of our outreach centres or call us on 0121 675 6105.
We are able to offer this service as we are part of Birmingham City Council and their commitment to delivering on Birmingham’s Youth Promise.
Support for schools, academies and colleges to provide the best careers information, advice and guidance to their students.
Traded services for schools
Introducing ‘Umbrella’ a new sexual health service including all types of contraception and STI testing and treatment. This service is confidential, non-judgmental and for people of all ages, genders and orientations. It is run by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation (UHB), working in partnership with a number of organisations including Birmingham Careers Service. Everyone is welcome, and you don’t need to see a GP first – you can attend an Umbrella walk-in clinic or make an appointment at a time that suits you. To find out more visit www.umbrellahealth.co.uk. Or speak to a Birmingham Careers Service Personal Adviser by calling into one of our outreach venues or telephone 0121 675 6105 Visit one of our Outreach Centres