The Careers Team will provide personalised advice and guidance services for students, including:
- Information, advice and guidance about a range of issues, such as careers, education, employment, training and student finance either directly or in partnership with specialist agencies.
- Support in gaining the skills required to increase your chances of successful transition from higher education to employment, for example CV writing, application and interview skills and practice.
- Preparation for the UCAS application process.
- Support following exam results, to help you decide on your next steps.
- Specific support for students applying to highly competitive courses or Universities.
- Small group/drop-in sessions or larger presentations on all aspects of careers work.
- Assistance with finding work placements and internships.
- External trips and visits to Universities and potential employers.
- Information and application support for students who are considering studying abroad.
- Students can visit the Careers area where a range of resources are available for students.
- Noticeboards in the Careers area display current labour market information and opportunities for students, for example, Higher Education Experience Days, Volunteering or Work Experience opportunities.
- Students can visit the Careers Desk and book an appointment for a one-to-one session with an Advisor or email [email protected].
There are a vast number of Careers websites available for more information, we would recommend:
|University course information||www.ucas.com|
|Includes information from the Annual Student Satisfaction survey||www.university.which.co.uk|
|General advice on Career roles and Action Planning||www.successatschool.org|
|Information on alternatives to University||www.notgoingtouni.co.uk|
|Current Apprenticeship vacancies||www.gov.uk|
|Information on careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics||www.futuremorph.org|
|Information on Careers in Health||www.healthcareers.nhs.uk|
|Information on studying in the USA||www.fulbright.org.uk|
|Information on studying in Europe||www.eunicas.co.uk|
The CIAG programme will be reviewed on an annual basis by the careers leader and adapted where necessary. This will take in to account any feedback from staff, students or external providers linked to the previous year’s activities.