Drug and alcohol workers help people tackle their drug, alcohol or solvent misuse problems.
Family support workers help and advise families with long- or short-term difficulties.
Paint sprayers apply coatings and protective finishes to cars, vans, motorbikes and other vehicles.
Youth workers guide and support young people aged 11 to 25., They organise activities to help with personal and social development.
Neighbourhood wardens work in local communities to reduce anti-social behaviour.
Sales managers organise, coach and lead teams of sales representatives to work towards agreed targets.
Light industry assemblers work on production lines, fitting parts and components together to make products.
Computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinists make precision parts for the engineering and manufacturing industries.
Riding centre managers plan and run the centre’s activities, manage staff and develop the business.
Radiography assistants help radiographers with their day-to-day duties.
Mental health nurses work in hospitals and the community, to support people with a range of mental health issues.
Substance misuse outreach workers encourage people to get help from local support services, and advise them on minimising risks to health.
Fashion models promote clothing and accessory brands at fashion events and in magazines and digital media.
They also work in factories and power stations.
Food factory workers make frozen, tinned, baked and dried products.
Garage managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of a garage workshop.
Community development workers help people to improve the quality of life in their local area.
Roustabouts work on oil and gas rigs, maintaining equipment, unloading supplies and helping the drilling team.
Occupational therapy support workers work with occupational therapists to help sick, injured or old people to be as independent as possible.
Photographic stylists use clothes, props and accessories to dress sets and create the right ‘look’ and mood for a photo shoot.