Here are a series of links to useful sites providing information about career choices...
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The Learn Live technology is free to schools and colleges and doesn’t require any additional equipment to be purchased or procured to interact with the live broadcasts. All broadcasts can be viewed via interactive whiteboards or projectors using IE or Google Chrome browsers on existing laptops, PCs or via an app on tablet devices. Since 2015, Learn Live have delivered over 350 live broadcasts and reached over 400,000 young people in schools, colleges and other educational institutions including Job Centre Plus. Over 2,000 schools and colleges have also engaged with the on demand video content with live interactive chat.
Youth Employment UK
Youth Employment UK is an independent, not for profit social enterprise founded in 2012 to tackle youth unemployment. As experts on youth employment and unemployment, we are ideally placed to understand the complex landscape facing young people, employers and policy makers.
The National Careers Service
The National Careers Service can help you with your career, learning and training choices. Find out more about the different ways we can support you.
A range of resources to help you find an apprenticeship.
Reed CV Template
A useful template to look at for preparing a graduate CV
Skills Health Check
The skills health check is a set of quizzes and activities designed to help you explore your skills, interests and motivations. Working through the skills health check can help you decide what kind of jobs might be right for you. You can save your results and come back to them at any time or able to download your report once you've completed at least one assessment.
National Careers Service
Find out what a job involves and if it's right for you.
National Careers Advice
The National Careers Service can help you make career decisions throughout your life. From deciding your education route, planning a career change at any age or getting the job that is right for you.
Careers films on the web.
Barclays Life Skills
A range of resources for young people to help prepare for work.
The Guardian Careers
Short article and a download for writing a CV