About Us

The Skills Hub brings together a range of partners to help you with:

  • Careers advice and guidance
  • Getting a job
  • Finding the right training
  • Starting your own business

We’re based on level 2 of Newcastle City Library, and we’re open from 10am – 5pm.

Every Tuesday and Thursday we’re focusing on young people. If you’re aged 16-24 and would like some extra support, or to find out how we can help you move into work or training, then get in touch, or pop in and see us.

To find out more about the partners we’re working with, click on our partners page

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What is the Skills Hub?

Watch our short video here to find out more…

The Skills Hub brings different organisations together to work collaboratively to meet the needs of people and employers in Newcastle. Since launching in Newcastle’s City Library in 2016, the Skills Hub partners have supported hundreds of people move into education, work or training.

We are based on level 2 of Newcastle City Library, and are open for some of our partner organisations who are offering face-to-face appointments.

We have an exciting programme of events with our partners to help you get on your journey to a great job, including ‘how to’ events, jobs fairs and more. These are now a mix of in-person and virtual events.

For more information on events with partners then register at Jobs@SkillsHub

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Careers advice & guidance

Explore your career options with free, impartial and confidential careers advice sessions with the Skills Hub partners. You’ll be able to reflect on your skills, abilities and experience and identify the best career path for you.

View our Partners
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Help getting into work and training

From one-to-one support, interview skills, CV tips and referrals onto any courses or training, the Skills Hub partners can help you to get into work, training or any other opportunities to prepare you for work, such as volunteering and work experience.

Our Partners

Access Jobs@SkillsHub
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Business start-up advice

If you’re considering setting up your own business and would like some advice and mentoring, contact Millin Charity , PNE Enterprise and Reviving the Heart of the West End will give you the necessary skills to move this forward.

Self Employment Advice