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Career support

Want to take the next step in your career? Your local Better library is a good place to start. With drop-in and bookable sessions offering advice on writing CVs and training to free WiFi access and support for the next generation of entrepreneurs, find job support and advice at your local library. Find out more below. 

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Learn, develop and start your career

Find out how your local library offers resources, guidance and support below. 

Find a job

Use the free WiFi and bookable computers to hunt for jobs, apply online and update your CV. Come along to drop-in sessions to help you fine-tune your interview technique and get on the right path. 

Develop your IT skills

Brush up on your IT skills and get an accredited IT qualification at your local library. Find IT courses that run throughout the year for a nominal fee to build your confidence and add to your CV. 

Drop-in sessions

Some libraries offer drop-in sessions run by the local job centre and linked government agencies to help with your job search. Find out what's available at your local library. 

Meetings and events

From bookable sessions and local business events to links to local business directories, enhance your career prospects, network and share tips and advice at a library near you. 

Business start-ups

Aspiring entrepreneur? Get help for your start-up and support from local businesses at a library near you. Offering workshops, events and access to resources, gain confidence about developing your business. 

Online resources

Access websites, such as COBRA - The Complete Business Reference Adviser, which is information on how to start and run a business, write a business plan and find grants, etc. Available at home via your library card or in certain libraries. 

Stay connected to your community

Tune into our libraries' Facebook and Twitter pages for dedicated online programmes to suit all ages. For access to at-home activities, sing-alongs for young children, or eBook reviews and more, start following your local library social media pages below.

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Libraries on Twitter

Enjoy games, puzzles, Q&A sessions and more from your local librarians on Twitter. Start following your local library Twitter page below and enjoy access to daily and weekly activity programmes for kids and adults alike. 


Online library programme available on our libraries Facebook pages. Select your library to learn more.

Libraries on Facebook

Your local library's Facebook pages are full of fun videos and activities presented by some familiar faces. From crafts and rhymes to bed time stories and activities for kids, you'll enjoy something new every day.