There are many services and tools available to you in Hounslow to help you find work, training, education and volunteering opportunities:.
Working for Carers is a London-wide project run by Carers Trust that supports unpaid carers, aged 25 or over, to move closer to employment.
Job Centre Plus is a good place to start to find out how work will affect any benefits you receive and what practical and financial help is available to help you to find and start work.
Hounslow Council's Skills and Employment Team run Work Hounslow which can help you with career coaching, skills and training, work experience and volunteering opportunities.The Work Hounslow Career Coach bus operates a drop-in service on Mondays and Wednesdays and can help with CV writing, free WIFI, internet access and information on local work and training opportunities.
If you are currently in work, Work Hounslow's Skills Escalator may help you develop your skills and improve your prospects.
The National Careers Service offers advice on learning, training and work via webchat, telephone, email, textphone, post and face-to-face appointment. If English is not your first language, an interpreter is available.
The 14 - 19 Team (previously Connexions) offer careers advice to 13 to 19 year olds. If you are disabled or have a learning disability they can offer support and advice if you are under 25 years of age.
If you are struggling to manage work alongside a caring role, you may have a statutory right to request flexible working. Carers UK is a useful source of information and advice on your legal rights if you are combining work with a caring role.
Work learning and volunteering - advice for Carers (Autonomy factsheet) has useful information on English courses (ESOL), Adult Education, free online university courses (MOOCS) and volunteering.
Search CarePlace for other services that can help with employment support and advice.