Employability Resource Directory

At London Youth we want to support all young Londoners in continuing development in employability. This page offers a directory of online resources and sessions that both community youth organisations and young people can access remotely or connect with for support.

We’d also like to hear from any community youth organisation, youth worker or IAG pracititioner that is offering online activity sessions and showcase your great work. You can contact our Employability Team via Ella.Porter@londonyouth.org to discuss featuring your content.

External Employability Resources

to Work

Two free online learning programmes to develop your employability skills.


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by Barclays

Interactive tools, films and activities available for you to use from age 14+.


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young person employability advice


An online community for Black theatre-makers hosting art jobs, funding and commissions opportunities.


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A number of programmes supporting 16-24-year-old NEETs to help them move forward into employment or education.


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Sign up to their newsletter to hear about training, webinars and other virtual events.


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London Youth Awards

Get my
First Job

A way to find apprenticeships, work experience and graduate opportunities.


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Talent RISE

Free online CV advice and employability workshops, or refer a young person today.


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Creative Access

Free online resources and webinars as well as job opportunities.


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Careers Advice Toolkit: Lesson plans and interactive online careers curriculum.


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The Boot Room
by The FA

Home learning from The FA: short courses, video interviews and webinars.


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Your Game Plan

Digital courses/resources for young people in their transition to the workplace.


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Common Purpose

UK101 is a free, online programme that brings to life a leadership model.


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Group of youth workers at a training session

National Careers Service

The Skills Toolskit is a free online resources to help you advance your digital skills.


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Street League Charity

Moving into Work Toolkit free online resources, or refer a young person today.


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Other Useful Links

Please find below links to the government advice on different employment circumstances and money management organisations that support young people. If you need further personal advice and guidance you can contact HMRC on 0800 0159 559 or Citizens Advice on 03444 111 444.

Please find below links to trusted job brokerages and/or further training providers who specialise in apprenticeships, traineeships, short courses and entry level employment for jobseekers. Some also offer online learning courses.

JobShare – Masterclass Video

Filmed by volunteers from different industries. JobShare is a series of masterclass videos that share their career journeys. London Youth wants to connect young people with these stories from industry professionals to inspire their future careers and learn about a variety of sectors they may wish to progress in.

To find out more and be part of the movement supporting young Londoners into employment please contact Rebekah.Keane@londonyouth.org to discuss featuring your content.