Welcome to Connexions Wolverhampton
The information on this website is for all young people in Wolverhampton. It includes information and advice to help you to get ready for adult and working life.
Help for school and college students:
Your school should offer independent careers advice provided by a qualified careers guidance professional. Ask your Careers Teacher for more information.
Some students will get extra help from a Wolverhampton Connexions Personal Adviser.
Help after you leave school:
Visit the Connexions Centre for one to one confidential, impartial advice on all of the options available and guidance on how to make the best choice to achieve the career you want. If you need support with other issues such as housing, health and benefits, you will be assisted to access the most appropriate service for you.
To check if you can have extra support, please contact us:
Wolverhampton Connexions Centre
118-119 Salop Street
Telephone: 01902 773040
Opening hours; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm (closed Wednesdays)
From Monday 3rd April 2017, No appointment needed: Drop In - Monday, Wednesday and Friday only 1.30pm-4.30pm.
Help for Parents and Carers
Connexions Wolverhampton wants to help you support your son or daughter to make the best of their future. Check out our Parents and Carers page for more information on the help and support we provide.
Help for CEIAG Professionals
We have created pages to support CEIAG professionals in the Wolverhampton area. Check out our pages to see how we can support you and your instituition.
Connexions Opportunities and Apprenticeships Newsletter
We publish a weekly Newsletter which includes exciting opportunities for young people, up to date jobs and a list of local Apprenticeship vacancies. Download the latest Connexions Newsletter here.
Give Connexions Wolverhampton a "Like" on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @ConnexionsWton for up to date news on the latest local opportunities for young people
What about when our centre is not open?
The National Careers Service runs a helpline service 7 days a week between 8am and 10pm, you can: Phone: 0800 100 900 Text: 07766 4 13 2 19 Textphone: 08000 968 336 (if you are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech difficulties) You can also use web chat or email to talk to a trained Careers Adviser. They have different teams available to help you with queries from careers advice to issues using the National Careers Service website.
Using our information
If you need any of our information in a different format, such as large print, Braille, audio or another language, please let a Personal Adviser or your nearest Connexions centre know.
Connexions is committed to the active promotion and support of equalities and diversity in the way we organise, manage and deliver our services and in the employment of our staff. Connexions is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.