Careers - Other Useful Links

"Students are given good quality careers education and advice to ensure that choices for courses and future destinations are balanced and realistic." (Ofsted)


Careers - Other Useful Links


Employment Links

 

Career Choices

 

Specialist Careers Portals

 

Careers Information Youth and Special Help

 

Interviews

Get help with preparing for an interview.

How to make a good impression

 

Universal Job Matching Service

Search LIVE jobs and training opportunities in the locations and subject areas that you want.

 

Jobcentre Plus

  • Telephone: 0845 6060 234

 

Volunteer Centre

 

Pathfinder

 

Indeed

 

Universal Job Matching Service

 

Your CV

It is very important to have a good CV. This can be problematic because you risk your CV looking impersonal and standardised. It could also lead to you not presenting your learning, skills and interests in a targeted way

View an Example CV

How to write a cracking CV

 

Other sources of information

 

National Careers Service helpline for students

Callers to the helpline will have direct access to experienced careers advisers who can advise on all the different options available to them, including A levels, GCSEs, BTECs, apprenticeships and other vocational options. Other support will be available on topics such as clearing, university, gap years, moving away from home and re-sits. National Careers Service free helpline - 0800 100 900 - is open from 8am to 10pm every day.

Students looking for help with clearing or their UCAS application should contact UCAS at UCAS

 

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