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Useful links

Useful links

Jobs Research/Support

The Planning Your Future Post-16 Guide 2023-2024 is available now.

Check www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship for more information and details about how to apply. 

You can also find out more about T Levels in the video below:

Jobs and Apprentice Search Tools

Gov.uk Job search website.

Indeed Job search website.

Derwent Training is an engineering college. Find their jobs list here. Discover engineering progression routes here.

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust vacancies.

Apprenticeships within the NHS This is your source for all information relating to the diversity of apprenticeship on offer within the NHS.

Get in go far Find out what you need to become an apprentice, what careers are available and which employers are offering them.

Career Guidance

Future Goals

BBC Bitesize

CareerPilot

Start Profile is an online tool to discover courses, providers and jobs.

Careermag created by Careermap, is an advice magazine designed to help parents understand children’s options.

APM provide services for people, places and business to create and improve skills, employment, and health and wellbeing.

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance across England to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice. This is supported by qualified careers advisers.

U-Explore is the UK’s leading careers guidance company, changing the face of careers advice and provision.

Success at School is for young people to explore careers and search for jobs, courses and advice.

Target Careers shows you to get in to a career – with or without a degree.

Career Ready is designed to prepare young people for the world of work.

Future Goals can help you to feel inspired and informed about careers in your local area.

How2Become.com is the UK’s leading careers and educational information and development website.

Worldskills UK are really excited to launch their new digital Careers Advice Toolkit a comprehensive guide to supporting young people with the employability and careers information they need for their futures.

SACU have created a whole host of tools to get you researching your future options.

T Levels presentation

Pathways into Healthcare presentation

Property needs you presentation

Post-16 information sessions/ taster days –  Click HERE to view

Uni and Higher Education

Russell Group informed choices

UCAS choose your future

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