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Schleswig-Holstein

Take advantage of careers advice from the Federal Employment Agency

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

Careers advice before working life

If you are not yet in employment, the careers advice service will advise and support you with questions about choosing a career and course of study.

You have already left school or are about to do so and are therefore faced with the challenge of finding a career that matches your wishes, abilities and interests. You are faced with many questions. Careers advice will help you find answers and support you in the process:

  • Clarify questions about career or study content,
  • obtain information on the training or job market,
  • take a career or study choice test,
  • find a suitable profession or course of study,
  • find a training position,
  • clarify questions about the application,
  • find alternatives to the desired occupation if the training position does not work out immediately,
  • overcoming difficulties at school or financial hurdles during training

The personal advisory service is supported by online services.

Even if you are considering changing your training or field of study or embarking on a new career path, a conversation with a careers advisor can provide you with helpful information on the existing options.

The careers advisor will discuss your career aspirations, interests and strengths on a one-to-one basis in order to find suitable careers or a suitable course of study for you. Careers guidance can be followed by the placement of a suitable apprenticeship.

Careers guidance in working life

If you are or were already in employment and would like to return to work, the careers advice service will advise and support you on issues such as career change or reorientation, career planning and further training opportunities and their financing.

The personal advisory service is supported by online services.

Careers advice in working life supports you in particular with

  • consolidating your employment or training relationship,
  • professional reorientation or reorientation,
  • Questions about returning to work,
  • questions about starting a career after training or studies and
  • questions about (financial support) opportunities for further vocational training.

Process flow

If you need support with your career choice or professional orientation, you can make an appointment for a personal or telephone consultation or a video consultation with your local employment agency.

Appointments can be made

  • In person at your local employment agency,
  • by telephone via the free service hotline of the Federal Employment Agency,
  • digitally via the Federal Employment Agency's eServices portal.

The careers advice service also regularly visits schools and universities. As a pupil or student, you can also have your personal consultation at your school or university. Ask the careers advisor for an appointment.

You will receive an invitation to the appointment by post or, in the case of a video consultation, by email.

Requirements

None

Which documents are required?

None

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

None

Legal basis
Appeal

None

Applications / forms

Forms available: No
Written form required: No
Informal application possible: Yes
Personal appearance necessary: No
Online services available: Yes

Author
Technically approved by

Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (BMAS)

Process flow

If you need support with your career choice or professional orientation, you can make an appointment for a personal or telephone consultation or a video consultation with your local employment agency.

Appointments can be made

  • In person at your local employment agency,
  • by telephone via the free service hotline of the Federal Employment Agency,
  • digitally via the Federal Employment Agency's eServices portal.

The careers advice service also regularly visits schools and universities. As a pupil or student, you can also have your personal consultation at your school or university. Ask the careers advisor for an appointment.

You will receive an invitation to the appointment by post or, in the case of a video consultation, by email.

Requirements

None

Which documents are required?

None

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

None

Legal basis

Appeal

None

Applications / forms

Forms available: No
Written form required: No
Informal application possible: Yes
Personal appearance necessary: No
Online services available: Yes

Author

Technically approved by

Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (BMAS)

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