Careers advice and guidance
We can offer you advice to make decisions about hat you want to do when you leave school or college.
Our careers advisors
Our careers advisors can support you to:
- develop your self- awareness by helping you consider your strengths, abilities, interests, qualifications and aspirations for the future.
- explore your options to help you make a well-informed decision about what to do next.
- discover the world of work and what employers are looking for.
What can our advisors support you with?
- looking for a job
- applying for jobs
- creating a CV, personal statement or application form,
- interview tips and practice
If you are in school or college, talk to your Careers Advisor or ask your tutor to make you an appointment. If you are 16-18 (up to 25 if you have an Education, Health and Care Plan or are a care leaver), you can speak to a TIAG Careers Advisor.
Useful careers websites
The Targeted Information, Advice and Guidance Service (TIAG) provides independent and impartial careers guidance to encourage, support and enable young people to get into education, employment and training.
We have a statutory duty to provide this support to the following young people:
- aged 13 - 24 who have an Education, Health and Care Plan
- aged 13 - 24 who are in care or care leavers
- aged 16-19 and not in education, employment or training (NEET)
- aged 16-18 and working with the Youth Offending Service
If you don’t fall into any of these categories but need support, your school, academy, advanced learning centre or further education provider has a statutory duty to provide careers guidance to their learners. See your education provider for details.