Use the following options to get help with the Elevate Me site:
How do I get more careers help?
National Careers Service
The National Careers Service is the government run careers advice service to help young people figure out what they'd like to do! The website has plenty of advice about careers from job profiles to searching for courses that could help.
You can the National Careers Service for advice in a number of ways - find all their contact information here.
If you’re 14-24 you can also check out the Careers Hub on the Youth Employment website.
How do I get back to the city?
From any page on the website you can return to the Elevate City by clicking the ‘Elevate Me City’ tab at the top of the page.
This will take you straight back to the city overview where you can then enter other buildings.
How do I get back to the homepage?
From any page on the website you can return to the Homepage by clicking the ‘Welcome’ tab at the top of the page.
This will take you back to the first page of our website where you can select to go to the city or directly to other pages.
What is a Progress Tracker?
Progress trackers can be found on the final floor of many of the buildings in the Elevate City.
The progress tracker is a simple checklist of things you might want to do or think about in order to be successful in that particular area. It's useful to work through the checklist in order.
You will find lots of downloadable content, actions to undertake, and questions to think about to help you on your way!
P.S. The login function was removed on 24th June so answers to any Progress Tracker actions cannot be saved.
Is there a special order to go round the city in?
Not at all, it's completely up to you which buildings you head to!
If you really don’t know where to begin here are some ideas:
- For help finding a job a route through the Careers Advice Centre, CV Hot House, WorkSearch Stadium and Interview Park could be helpful.
- For help with education a route through the Learning Slopes, Motivation, Health and Wellbeing Academy and Money, Housing and Benefits building could be helpful.