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Careers Guidance at Home

Use the following websites to get independent careers information, advice and guidance. Please e-mail Mrs Chaudhry (CEIAG and Progression Advisor) if you need further support.

https://gmacs.co.uk/ - Careers exploration through Greater Manchester’s Apprenticeship and Careers Service

www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk – This is the Government’s hub for careers advice for people of all ages where you can find help with drafting letters, CVs, exploring your skills or seeking careers advice

www.startprofile.com – investigate careers, watch videos and get great advice, find out about employers and work experience opportunities in your area

www.careersbox.co.uk – video based job profile information and skills explorer too

www.successatschool.org – gives clear and comprehensive information about a range of Career Zones (sectors), in an easy to access format. Students can create a profile to help to collate useful information. ’60 second interviews’ giving profile of professionals, provide a useful insight into specific careers

www.notgoingtouni.co.uk – opportunities that exist outside of university

www.ucas.com – information about university courses on offer, also the Stamford test to help with ideas about subjects to study

www.russellgroup.ac.uk – represents 24 leading universities, source of careers information & advice including ‘informed choices’ a downloadable guide to making post 16 choices

www.prospects.ac.uk – find out which areas you could access after a particular degree

MyCareerSpringboard.org – Springboard is for students. It is divided into two main sections: the Career Test and the Career Exploration Tool. In tandem, these two interactive tools allow students to find some career inspiration and gain an insight into their different career options

www.jobapplications.co.uk – this site has useful videos, demonstrating how to complete the online applications for many top companies in the UK, as well as providing detailed information on salaries and interviews. Applications forms can be printed off directly from this site

https://www.gov.uk/topic/further-education-skills/apprenticeships– the National Apprenticeship Service website provides general advice and information about apprenticeships.  Also advertises current vacancies

www.how2become.com – offers detailed advice on how to access a range of sectors. Also offers the purchase of resources, compiled in conjunction with professionals working in these fields, designed to enable you to achieve your dream career or course

www.fasttomato.com – an interactive careers website to help with ‘careers matching’ programme to help with career choice (log in for a free guest pass

jobs.telegraph.co.uk/careers  – lots of information about specific sectors as well as advice on how to create a CV and prepare for interviews

www.allaboutschoolleavers.co.uk – displays current apprenticeship and school leaver programme opportunities, to the latest school leaver job news, and gives career journey advice

www.allAboutApprenticeships.co.uk – gives live apprenticeship vacancies, organised by sector or area. Also offers plenty of advice on making applications

 

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