As a parent, you'll know only too well that time can be precious. It is difficult to find the time to look into all the options your son or daughter has and to figure out the best pathway for their future. Click here for some information to help your child make decisions about their future.
With the right expertise and knowledge you need to guide your child, we can help you through.
Please never say "they don't listen to me anyway!". While it seems that way, parents can and do have a huge impact and influence on their child's progress, decisions and destination.
However, when you yourself feel a bit lost, how can you offer them advice about what road to take in terms of further study? Get in touch with your queries.
Whether they are choosing their GCSE options, A-levels, college course or degree subjects, it is not always as straight forward as it may appear.
Please see the links below for more information and advice.
Parents often ask what are the best options, such as full-time university courses or an apprenticeship, college vs 6th form, A-Levels vs BTEC Diplomas, and so on.
The answer? That depends on what outcome your son or daughter wants, to do in the future, how they prefer to learn, and what options are available at the time. It will also depend, of course, on what grades they might obtain.
Keep an open mind and encourage your child to explore all the options available, check the entry requirements, have a back-up plan in case things go wrong and apply for more than one option.
Drop Career Room a line with your queries. Click here for information.
If you have other queries not mentioned above, Career Room is still happy to help you, so please get in touch and discuss what support you may need.
Parents often like to support with preparation for university, from helping to choose the right course to buying toasters and towels!
Here is some advice from UCAS.
Search for a degree using digital UCAS.
Another degree search here.
What are UCAS points?
More about UCAS points.
University v apprenticeship? Click here.
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