Our Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Advice and Guidance (QCF) course will give you all the knowledge and skills required to apply for jobs in advice and guidance.
There are numerous roles that look favourably on advice and guidance training. For example, these include counselling, administration and also local authority jobs in advice and guidance.
If you get a huge buzz in meeting new people and helping yourself as well as other people, then you may be interested in looking for some exciting jobs in advice and guidance.
What are the Jobs in Advice and Guidance?
Our Advice and Guidance course can help you to progress in a wide range of jobs in advice and guidance, including:
A careers advisor offers an impartial service in providing advice and guidance to people in order to help them make decisions about their career. They often work within various educational institutions such as schools, colleges and universities.
They also often work in Job Centres, community centres and in local authorities. They help with job applications, CVs, skills development and where to apply for jobs.
A business advisor provides advice and guidance to help start-up businesses and established businesses to help them grow.
They may advise on a range of business-related issues such as finance and marketing. They also help clients develop business plans and advise on things like funding and profitability.
Citizen’s Advice Bureau Staff Member
Working for Citizen’s Advice Bureau is all about providing advice and guidance to helping others resolve and debt, money, consumer and legal issues and providing them with useful information.
It’s very stimulating and interesting to work for Citizen’s Advice Bureau because of the variety and the different types of people you get to work with. There are also volunteering opportunities if you’re looking to gain some first-hand experience to begin with.
Being a receptionist is one of the most popular jobs in advice and guidance. A receptionist’s role is very important to the efficient running of a business and/or corporation. Taking a support position involves guiding and advising people who may be looking for the relevant department, for example.
Training and HR Personnel
Working as a training and HR professional requires you to provide advice and guidance on a regular basis. For example, an equal opportunities manager may provide advice and guidance to people regarding the equal opportunities policy of an organisation.
Training professionals provide advice and guidance to help with staff development. There are often opportunities available in large organisations, leading training providers and the local government.
A debt advisor helps people who have serious debt problems, have bad credit and having difficulty in taking out a mortgage or getting a loan. Debt advisors provide advice and guidance on managing debt, budgeting and devising repayment plans.
A debt advisor provides a realistic and practical approach to managing debt problems and maintains a sympathetic, compassionate and non-judgemental attitude. They help people effectively manage their finances and take back control. Debt advisors work for a wide range of both local and national debt charities, as such as National Debtline and the Debt Advice Foundation.
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