Has a range of job profiles that can help pupils to begin to research possible career options, jobs available and entry requirements.
Science and Maths Careers website, lots of interactive quizzes to help pupils to think about careers in this field.
Lessons plans, videos and resources to support pupils to think about the types of jobs that will be available in the future in Merseyside and the surrounding areas.
Scottish Careers Service has excellent tips for CV’s, applications, and job interviews. Also has a range of interactive quizzes and tools to help career decision making processes.
Careers Web Magazine, resources to help young people and their parents make decisions about their futures, and the options available.
A range of on line resources for young people to start to explore their skills, future options and what they have to offer. This includes lesson plans for teachers and ways in which teaching staff can support pupils to identify their strengths and weaknesses.
Advice and Lesson plans to help young people to be prepared for the world of work.
Gives young people advice and information on the alternatives to Higher Education, also advertises some Apprenticeship and Work experience opportunities.
Normally a graduate recruitment site, however now has a school leaver section that advertises Apprenticeships, Internships and general advice on post 18 options.
Advice for young people on the future options available to them, includes discussion boards on lots of topics from student finance, relationships, and entertainment. Discussions are moderated and monitored to make sure that pupils using this site are safe.
A website that combines University League tables with top course choices and graduate employment rates. This is also broken down in to areas of the country to Students can really consider the impact of their University choice.
The University and College Admissions Service, can search for courses, universities and entry requirements. Also this is the website used to apply for Degrees.
If the course you’re interested in refers to Tariff points in its entry requirements, you can use the Tariff calculator to find out how many points your qualifications and grades are allocated.
- Create a comprehensive candidate profile and upload their CV to promote themselves to recruitment teams.
- Be instantly and continuously matched to the latest Compass jobs based on their profile and aspirations.
- Receive real-time email and profile alerts when a potential opportunity becomes available.
- View and manage applications.
- Enjoy a host of communication and networking tools.
LMI for All is an online data portal, which connects and standardises existing sources of high quality, reliable labour market information (LMI) with the aim of informing careers decisions.
Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.
Success at School provides details of the jobs available in different industries, advice about; apprenticeships; how to write covering letters and how to increase the skills that make you employable.
The university and college open day directory.
Advice on what to study, which university to attend and how to get there.
Advice regarding choices at 14, 16 and 18, routes to different qualifications and job sectors, and career tools to help you decide.
There are lots of things you can do yourself to develop your skills and get ready for work. BT have a website with lots of useful resources to help you get work ready.