Useful Websites

The internet has been a great stimulus to careers education generally and there are a wide range of sites offering information. 

The two main approaches are
• Sites which give careers help and advice and
• Those which are solely for job hunting and making applications directly to companies electronically.
As with all research on the internet care must be taken to ensure that the site visited is safe and effective.
Below are a selection of sites we recommend to view:

 

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Information from the government about apprenticeships and traineeships

 

 Kudos

Designed for students aged 13-19, Kudos takes students on a journey of discovery where they explore their potential through a personalised experience based on their interests and aspirations. Students will discover new ideas, understand which careers best suit them and uncover how what they are learning in school links to future opportunities and their career destination.

 

icouldi

Explore career options and progression routes

careersbox

Online library of careers related film, news and information

 

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Impartial advice about choosing qualifications and progression routes

 

Plotr

Interactive quizzes designed to help you find your dream career

 

Prospects

Information about a variety of career paths

 

PurePotential

Information about a range of options at post-18 including higher education, apprenticeships, school leaver programme and access to the professions and employment

 

SuccessAtSchool

Information about CV’s, cover letters and personal statements. Also, career advice for schools and students aged 13-19. Search jobs, advice and find out about employers, work experience, courses, career choices and apprenticeships.

 

NotUni

Options for students who are considering options other than further and higher education

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