If you are unsure about the future or just want to be better informed about what is out there for young people either with jobs, apprenticeships or university, our Careers team can offer you an individual appointment to support you in a number of ways, from your UCAS application, to CV building, help you with job searching skills or just helping you to get a better understand your future pathway options. The Careers team can be contacted for more information via firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Careers and UCAS please refer to the guides below.
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Higher Education Fair 26 April 2017 5.00-8.00pm
We will be holding our 2017 Higher Education Event on Wednesday 26 April. There will be 80 Universities and Specialist Providers attending. Presentations will be held throughout the evening. Please see full programme for details:
Higher Education Fair Programme 2017
Presentation: 'All you need to know about Applying to Higher Education & Student Finance'
Preparation for the Fair and useful questions to ask can be found on the following Link: http://university.which.co.uk/advice/open-days/top-questions-to-ask-at-a-university-open-day
Apprenticeship Presentation Session 24 November 2016
Strode college presentation Amazing Apprenticeships.pptx
Apprenticeships for sixth form leavers - NP 24 Nov.pptx
Alternative to Higher Education Fair - 9 March 2017
Alternative to Higher Education Programme of Event and Providers
Step into Work Programme
The Step into Work Programme has been designed to support Level 3, Year 1 students moving into Year 2 who want to progress into work or training (such as an apprenticeship) rather than into Higher Education, immediately on leaving college. Students have been asked to apply for this programme by completing a short application form and if successful, will move to a new Core Studies group. This group will follow both Step into Work and key aspects of the regular Core Studies programme and will include career guidance sessions, mentoring and employer partnership options, workshops and masterclasses over the coming year. Although this programme has a work-based focus, it will not preclude students applying to UCAS at a later date and this will continue to be supported if required.
To download the programme booklet, please click here.