Get support in Salford
Get help with jobs, skills and work
Do you live in Salford and want help finding a job or getting access to training and education? Visit Salford City Council website for details of support available to residents.
- Full name
- Postcode of where you live in Salford
- What you need help with, for example: finding a job, looking for training or education
- What your current situation is, for example: recently unemployed and looking for work
unemployed for longer than three months
recently completed education at college or other training
Are you a Salford resident looking for work?
Salford Employ • Salford City Council offers a brokered bespoke ‘one stop’ offer on behalf of Salford City Council’s Employer Engagement Partnership, in order to connect local people and businesses to opportunities in Salford.
Salford Employ can connect you to: job vacancies, apprenticeship vacancies, work experience and pre-employment training opportunities.
- We also have details of some additional vacancies and support.
- You can also find details on the Salford Employ Facebook page.
- Career advice, information and support is also available from the National Careers Service.
- Email email@example.com or call 0161 393 4500 – Connexions are a service in Salford, for NEET young people ages 16 to 18 (or up to 25 for SEN). They offer impartial career advice and information to support the individuals that use the service.
Support for Professional and Qualified Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Are you a refugee or an asylum seekers with professional work experience in areas such as architecture, IT and business services and have a strong level of English at Level 1 or higher?
Support for 14-24 year olds in Salford
A one-stop shop for all links to education, employment or training opportunities in Salford and beyond. Plus information on accessing emotional health services and financial support.
Are you a BNO visa holder?
The Hong Kong BN(O) Welcome Hub is conducting a demographic survey for BN(O) visa holders across the North West, with the goal of improving services across the region. Please complete the survey via this link:New survey for Hong Kong BN(O)s – North West Regional Strategic Migration Partnership
The North West Regional Strategic Migration Partnership (RSMP) is funded by the Home Office, and hosted by Manchester City Council. They are local authority led, but work with organisations across the statutory, voluntary, community and private sectors to help the region to deal with, and benefit from, migration. Click here for more information: North West Regional Strategic Migration Partnership
Digital Everyone: Salford
Digital Everyone Salford is one stop website to help you find courses, training and support to do more online, confidently and safely. We can help you find friendly support in the place where you live. Find out more about Digital Everyone here.
Get more active
We are delighted to announce that our long-awaited outdoor activities are up and running. Visit our Salford Council Website for more activities and offers for the community here.
Booking is essential – To find out more and to book on to any of the below sessions, please call 0800 952 1000 (option 2), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not turn up without booking first.
Adult Weight Management
Our Weigh Ahead groups are for adults looking to lose weight. Weigh Ahead is about making long term changes that you can keep up, not quick fixes. We have Weigh ahead groups at different locations in our local communities and also sessions online. See this link for sessions available.
To book a place call us free on 0800 952 1000 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm
Connect with others with similar interests to improve your mental wellbeing – join in one of our virtual social or special interest groups from tea and chat, to seeing, to sleeping well. See programme here
We can put you in touch with others who share the same passions as you. Check our activities timetable to see what we have on this week or call us on 0800 952 1000 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.
Join a library
Salford libraries offer a range of services for local communities. This includes books for all ages, audio books, DVDs, daily newspapers and magazines.
All libraries haven computers available for public use free of charge and plenty of activities and events for children and adults take place at Salford libraries throughout the year.
Looking for fun in Salford?
Come and discover the fascinating history and exciting future of our vibrant city. Visit Salford page for information about what you can see and do in Salford.
Salford is buzzing with activities, events, talks, walks, exhibitions, music and sports, most of which are free.