Island Futures

Frequently Asked Questions for this Service

Question: I’m a young unemployed person, but I don’t receive any unemployment benefits. Can I still access the service?

Answer: Yes. The service is for all young people within the specified age range

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Question: How old do I need to be to see a Adviser?

Answer: The service is available to young people age 13 – 19 (20th birthday) and up to 25th birthday for people with a learning difficulty and/or disability

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Question: Do I need an appointment to see an Adviser?

Answer: Ideally yes. To book an appointment at either County Hall or a community drop in centre please call 01983 823888. To book an appointment in school, please contact your school careers co-ordinator.

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Question: Can my parents/carers attend with me?

Answer: Yes. Parents and carers are welcome to be involved – but it is for you and your parents/carers to decide what is best for you

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Question: Is the advice independent?

Answer: Yes all the Advisers are fully qualified to level 6 or 7 and the advice is guaranteed to be independent.

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