We can help with writing CVs and providing interview practice for your first job to helping you to apply for university. We also have designated careers advisers that help teen parents, young offenders and those young people in care or leaving care.
All post-16 courses and training can be applied for via UCAS Progress
Careers Adviser Availability
Information for Parents
Parents and carers can help young people to make wise decisions about their future. The following tips are to help you help your children with their future plans:
• Talk to your child about their career ideas and future plans.
• Encourage them to look at a wide range of careers - almost every job is open to both males and females.
• Talk to their careers adviser. Your child may be happy for you to attend an interview with their careers adviser, at school or college, or at your local careers drop in, Careers Advisers are also available at parents' evenings.
• Encourage them to develop their skills through out of school activities and interests. This will help them when they are applying for courses or jobs.
• Encourage them to find out about work through work experience and business activities at school or college.
• Support them with their school work and find out about their progress by talking to their subject teachers at parents' evenings.
• Go along to other open evenings or careers events at schools or colleges.
• Contact the careers service for more advice and information on 01782 237747, txt 07879 115678, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form (click here to view).