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  • Finding the right job for you

  • Retraining and upskilling

  • Application and interview preparation

  • Building confidence and removing barriers

  • Improving your future prospects

We provide information, advice and
guidance to help you make decisions
on learning, training and work.

Aged 18+ we can help with decisions on learning
training and work.
• Have you been made redundant?
• Changing jobs or affected by Covid?
• Unsure of your next career move?
• Returning to work from time out?
• Finished college/university?
• Learn more about your skills and match them to
suitable jobs

Appointments are available both face to face and via the telephone:

Call 01254 588891/507720

or email

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Job Clubs

Job Club is a friendly place where you will get practical help as you seek employment. It's a relaxed environment with the chance to meet other jobseekers, get support and gain the tools you need to find work.

  • CVs 

  • Covering letters

  • Job searching 

  • Interview techniques and more

​Simply Drop in to any of the centres mentioned on the left to get the help and support you need. No Booking Required.

Adult Learning

Here at Blackburn with Darwen Adult Learning, one of our key priorities is to help people progress into work, training or further learning. We have a wide range of FREE sessions, courses and services to support you in upskilling and preparing for employment. 

We offer qualifications such as Customer Care, Health and Social Care, First Aid, Food Safety and Safeguarding.


Help to develop your skills and access to employment


Our professional and experienced support workers are on-hand to help navigate your route back to work. We have access to a range of courses, work experience and volunteering opportunities that will help to improve your appeal to employers. We work closely with employers to ensure we are able to provide tailored to suit your needs.

Our aim is to help Blackburn with Darwen residents improve their skills and employment prospects through one-to-one support. We can help with:

  • Improving confidence

  • Developing IT skills

  • Education and training opportunities

  • Accessing sport and community activities

  • Volunteering and work experience

  • Preparing for work, CV help, job applications, interview skills

  • Increasing job prospects

The Lancashire Volunteer Partnership (LVP) is a gateway into public service volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to give back to your local community, enhance your CV and meet new people. Our volunteers tell us their experience is incredibly rewarding.

​There are many different reasons that people choose to volunteer and a whole host of benefits that volunteering brings to the individuals helped, the community, and to the volunteers themselves.

It may be that you would like to gain experience in a specific area, or learn and progress in your career. Perhaps you would like the chance to meet new people. Whatever the reason; volunteering is a great way of trying something new and giving something back by making a difference to someone’s life.

For more details:



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Get in touch

Tel: 01254 507720 or 01254 581175 


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What our clients say...

Through the 1:1 mentoring support and encouragement I received, I now realise that I am not 'useless' and can achieve my goals. - Zaynab

Unfortunately I lost my job after 13 years of working at the same company so I asked for support to create a new CV and set-up and Indeed account as I didn't know anything about these things. - Carol

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