Careers advice and support;
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is the national skills body and it delivers Scotland’s careers service. SDS professionally qualified careers advisers are available on the phone, online and in person year-round offering career information, advice and guidance.
SDS careers advisers are available across Scotland. SDS careers advisers work in every state secondary school in Scotland. Pupils will be able to access their support in classes, one-on-one or at school events. There’s advice for parents and carers too.
You can drop in to an SDS careers centre to get help at any stage in your career.
Scotland’s careers website My World of Work is packed with career information and advice.
Subject choices? Career planning? Supporting someone else’s career choices? My World of Work has it all covered.
You can build a personal profile and sign up for helpful updates and reminders.
Go to www.myworldofwork.co.uk
Over the phone;
SDS careers advisers are also available on the phone.
Our helpline is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm on 0800 917 8000.
Advisers work closely with colleagues in our network of local careers centres, to make sure you get the help you need.
Help for parents and carers;
Find out about the jobs in greatest demand in Scotland, the routes in, and handling career conversations with your child at the times that matter most at www.mykidscareer.com.