The Be-more website is the first of its kind anywhere in the world. Designed from the outset to provide an original, modern and accessible digital portal for all users in the Liverpool City Region, Be-more.info brings together thousands of apprenticeship vacancies, which would otherwise be disparately located, into a single centralised hub, providing helpful breakdowns of the role, the skills required and what future prospects the role is likely to lead to.
The following programmes and services have been collated to provide you with support and provision across a wide range of areas. Whether you are looking for the right website to learn more about Universal Credit, need help on careers advice or want to find out what other support measures are available – our partners are here to help.
Access financial support if you’re forced to self-isolate or seeking advice about help paying your bills.
Access resources, apprenticeship programmes and the New Future Pathway Programme.
From basic skills and employment to work-based learning and commercial training - we empower individuals and businesses with the skills they need to grow
Access a wide range of interactive and engaging videos across industries and sectors – learning more about careers and job roles for now and the future.
The Halton Ways to Work project is designed to help Runcorn and Widnes residents, of any age over 16 years old, get the support they need to secure education, training or employment
Households into Work is a unique and innovative programme of support for people living in households across the Liverpool City Region, who because of their circumstances have difficulty finding and sustaining employment. To be eligible for a place you must live in the Liverpool City Region, be aged 16 and over, be unemployed and be willing to join the programme.
If you, or someone you know should be referred to the Housing First Homelessness programme you can refer them by visiting:https://www.tfaforms.com/4857003
To find your local Job Centre Plus or utilise the ‘Find a Job’ Service.
Access information about the upcoming Kickstart Employment Scheme.
Knowsley Works is a free service supporting local residents into work through paid employment, training, information and advice, coaching and mentoring skills, 1 to 1 support, job search support, CV and application support and interview preparation.
The Liverpool Ways to Work programme is designed to help Liverpools residents, of any age over 16 years old, get the support they need to secure education, training or employment.
The MVRP Destinations Directory provides a resource to assist anyone in Merseyside who has an interest in supporting young people aged 16+ to achieve their potential. The directory highlights a range of opportunities in education, training, and employment, as well as general enablers.
Access impartial information, advice and guidance to help you with your decisions about careers, courses and work. Speak to an adviser using their live chat facility or call their helpline on 0800 100 900, 7 days a week.
Take part in all sorts of activities that will show you how to work in a team, have a better understanding of your community, get some skills to make your CV shine, boost your confidence, give you opportunities to make a positive impact in your community.
The Sefton@Work programme is designed to help Sefton residents, of any age over 16 years old, get the support they need to secure education, training or employment.
Students can visit the Shaping Futures website and live chat with members of our team now. If they need additional support, they will also be able to book a 1-1 phone guidance consultation with one of our fully-trained Higher Education Progression Advisors.
The St Helens Ways to Work programme is designed to help St Helens residents, of any age over 16 years old, get the support they need to secure education, training or employment.
Through a range of creative and innovative activities you will have the opportunity to discover your skills, employment opportunities, improve your life chances, and create your future.
A traineeship is a course with work experience that gets you ready for work or an apprenticeship. It can last up to 6 months.
Confused about what to do after school and college? UCAS can help provide you with the right support and guidance about entering higher education, apprenticeships, internships or study abroad.
Find out how to check if you’re eligible ,claim Universal Credit and receive other financial support using the Government’s Universal Credit Website.
The Wirral Ways to Work programme is designed to help Wirral residents, of any age over 16 years old, get the support they need to secure education, training or employment.
It’s okay not to be okay. Access youth centred mental health support and advice.