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Career Advice

There are lots of places you can look for further information about possible career options.

At the academy we have a careers advisor, who you can take advice from.

  • National Careers Service - Useful information about career types, skills and CV writing.
  • plotr - An interactive site with articles, videos and games
  • iCloud - Lots of videos for inspiration of people talking about their jobs
  • Careers Box TV - Exploring and listening to information about potential careers
  • National Careers Week - Events and activities at National Careers Week
  • How2become - Information on different careers
  • Careers4u - Videos from professionals in a wide variety of careers and sectors
  • Go Think Big - Tips and tools to explore careers, and advice on getting work placements
  • Target Jobs - Fill out a questionnaire and get a tailored careers report
  • Careers world - News, information and opportunities in SE England
  • All About Careers - Take a careers test and explore different types of careers
  • Get Smart - Careers information plus student city profiles and advice
  • Student Ladder - Information and advice for all stages in your journey towards your career
  • Talking Jobs - Interviews and videos from different people working in a variety of careers
  • Access Professions - Get regular emails about opportunities and browse opportunities
  • Milkround - Resources to explore apprenticeships, traineeships and school leaver schemes
  • Moving on Magazine - Potential choices after leaving school
  • Prospects - Career planner and lots of information about careers advice and job sectors
  • Careers Gateway - Links to information about careers and higher education
  • Bright Knowledge - Careers, education and student life
  • TES - Subjects and Careers - How the subject you study at school can help you get a job