Free advice and support for people looking for work or a careers change

Adults looking for work or considering a change of career can get help with a range of free and subsidised schemes and training courses.

Free advice is always on offer at Uxbridge College to help people choose the right full-time and part-time courses, and find out more about how to access to financial help with training and studying.

Course and Careers Advice

Break out of unemployment with a short course and develop your skills with Uxbridge College. 

FREE courses available for Job Seekers:

  • Basic ICT Skills - Entry 3
  • Employability Skills
  • Customer Service Skills 
  • Warehousing
  • Adult Social Care
  • CSCS Test Training (plus cost of the test and card) 

For more information on the courses, please contact Adam Masters at West Met Skills at Uxbridge College’s Hayes Campus on 01895 853653 or e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.        

Job search and careers help

Uxbridge College offers a wide range of free information and advice about getting jobs - and getting back into work if you have been unemployed.

This includes:

  • Support with job searches
  • CV writing
  • Links with local employers
  • Helping arrange work placements
  • Free and subsidised skills training.

Advice and information on courses, support for the unemployed and financial support

Why not drop in to either the Uxbridge or Hayes Campus between 9.00am and 5.00pm for more information about our courses, facilities and the support on offer. Evening appointments can also be arranged. If you are unemployed and looking for help to get back into work we may be able to give you some support. For more information, please contact Adam Masters at West Met Skills at Uxbridge College’s Hayes Campus on 01895 853653 or e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.