Below are various websites giving you information on a range of career-planning tools and advice. Gathering as much information as you can on all your options will help you make an informed decision. The grey link below will take you to the students and parents info page where there are more resources to explore.
National Careers Service is a government (UK) website which features many useful career development insights including Job Profiles, giving you an overview of each job role, industry information, how to enter various careers, the salary you can expect, and more relevant information. As a careers adviser I refer clients to this website on a daily basis.
I used to work for LAT (Leigh Academies Trust) and helped to create a website for them including resources for teachers. Click here for that page.
A website with lots of information for students, parents, teachers and graduates. Information from choosing A-levels, what to do after University, choosing a careers, and lots more.
A very useful website giving you lots of careers information such as facts about different jobs and much more.
They also have a quiz to see what jobs would suit you.
Rate My Apprenticeship is a top apprenticeship website. The placements are rated, by apprentices so you know what to expect from a particular employer. You can also search for current vacancies.
Various information and resources for delivering careers education and guidance.
For more resources on Careers Education, please click the button below.
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