Useful links for Careers Guidance

Options after Year 11

Options after Year 11 – a young persons guide

 

Click here to view a guide of sixth form/college open events, including dates and times, within the Newham borough and beyond Open Events 2016-2017

 

In this section you will find links to websites that you can visit to help you make informed choices regarding your career options.

Here you can do a quick and easy self-assessment to get a picture of how you like to approach things and what jobs may suit you

      www.skillsexplorer.com

www.apprenticeships.org.uk

Here you will find lists of apprenticeships in diverse career sectors and industries and details about apprenticeships in general

www.ucasprogress.com

Here you can enter the subject and qualification you are interested in taking and get a list of places that offer what you are looking for

www.apprenticeships.org.uk

Here you can register your details if considering apprenticeships, and you can search for apprenticeships on this site

www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

This website has information on job profiles

www.icould.com

On this website are quizzes to get to know yourself and explore directions.

www.prospects.ac.uk

This is a graduate careers website, with detailed job descriptions.

www.centrallondonconnexions.org.uk

Here there is a lot of useful information about jobs, careers, the job market, funding.

www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

This is the government’s careers website, with tools and descriptions of jobs and income levels.

www.apprenticeships.org.uk

Here you will find lists of apprenticeships in diverse career sectors and industries and details about apprenticeships in general.

www.newham.gov.uk/16to19progression

This online brochure includes a range of information, advice and guidance, to help young people make informed choices about their futures.

Also you can click here to get a list of places to look at divided into schools,sixth forms colleges, university technical colleges and studio schools and further education colleges.