§ 34. Mr. Leslie Huckfield
asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he will make a statement on his future plans for the inclusion of careers 333W advisory services within his Department's offices.
§ Mr. Dudley Smith
The employment service already provides careers advice for people aged 18 and over through its occupational guidance and other advisory services. In certain areas where my Department operates the youth employment service, its careers officers give careers advice to young people at school or under age 18.
I would refer the hon. Member to previous replies about the announcement of Government plans for the future organisation of the youth employment service.