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Information, Advice & Guidance

Information Advice and Guidance 

We are available to provide information on learning and career opportunities. This is available by appointment or on request and, is free to individuals and groups on our current provision.  Our friendly staff will be happy to provide relevant information when advising individuals

What you can expect from EASA’s IAG.  EASA’s Tutors are qualified to a minimum of Level 4 in Information, advice, and Guidance and all have a minimum of a level 3 in Adult Teaching.  All IAG staff have a minimum of  2 years’ experience of working in an IAG role.  Our qualified and experienced staff provide a free and confidential one to one service. They can give you information, advice and guidance on courses, training, volunteering opportunities and employment in Bradford and beyond.

Tutors can support you with Information, Advice, and Guidance on;

  • local opportunities both learning and employment
  • Improve your skills?
  • help to find a job?
  • changing your career?

Our tutors can also offer you support with:

  • confidence and motivation building
  • CVs and job search
  • completing application forms
  • interviews techniques

They are here to support you every step of the way to your goal. Our staff can also refer you on to another agency if a service exists that better support your needs

Equality

We promise to treat everyone with dignity and respect and provide our services based on the needs of every individual regardless of employment status, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, age religion or disability.

Leaflets about the services we are able to provide are written in plain and simple English. Information is available in other forms on request, e.g. large print, audio, various languages.

Our Mission – To support our communities and organisations by motivating individuals to discover, develop and achieve their potential.