CAREERS WEBSITES AND FURTHER INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS
Good quality careers education will raise the aspirations of all young people. Students in Years 7-13 are encouraged to take responsibility for their future choices and to start researching and planning for their future. In addition to the support and opportunities that we offer in school, there are some very useful resources that can be accessed from home.
|WHAT JOBS WILL THERE BE LOCALLY?|
|SHAPE YOUR FUTURE BOOKLETS|
|STUDY OPTIONS POST 16|
|STUDY OPTIONS POST 18|
|www.ucas.com||Advice and information services to Post 18 education.|
|www.notgoingtouni.co.uk||One stop shop for preparing students for course choices at school and beyond.|
|RESEARCHING UNIVERSITY COURSES|
|www.university.which.co.uk||Provides information on what to study, where to go and how to get there.|
|www.unitasterdays.com||Search for university and college taster days, workshops, residentials, open days and more.|
Click here to view our Sixth Form Prospectus 2019.
Alternatively click here to visit the National Careers Service Website for any information on job profiles and support with CVs.
For alternative, online careers information and advice click here.
Click here to visit the UCAS website , we encourage all students to find the right course for them.
For more information regarding Apprenticeships click here.
Or if you’re interested in finding out about voluntary opportunities click here.
For an interactive careers website visit here.
Click here for an introduction to Aptitude tests – these are short tests which some employers may use to assess the competency of a candidate.
Video interviews are becoming more popular, please click here for more information and techniques to support you.
Personality tests are increasingly popular with employers to ensure they are picking the right candidate for the job – click here for a guide.
Raising The Participation Age –
For more information and facts for Local Authorities, Parents, Employers, Pre 16 Providers, Post 16 Providers and Young People please click on the following link: