It is time to change gear and to starts spreading the National Careers Week message. #NCW2016 tweets are now coming thick and fast and we shall soon be releasing our new 2016 digital magazine shortly after half term.
In the meantime check out some great new pieces on our blog below and follow our new National Careers Week updates on LinkedIn!
Lawyer In The Making
Aspiring Barrister Rebecca Morgan talks about her personal journey in becoming a Lawyer. A great read and resource for any students thinking of pursuing a career in law.
We believe the future of banking lies in the fresh thinking, personality and bright ideas of our apprentices, interns and graduates.
The Skills Funding Agency fund skills training for further education (FE) in England.
Enjoy helping people? An Apprenticeship in Social Care might be for you!
Take your first careers steps with Milkround. There are plenty of careers options and guidance for school and college leavers as well as advice and resources for teachers and parents.
The IMI is the Professional Body for the retail motor industry and Autocity is the one-stop-shop for careers information and advice on careers in the Retail Motor Industry.
Find out why it is a great place to work, and the story behind our success.
The NHS offers a variety of roles which match every skill and interest.
Do you want to be a hairdresser? Love fashion & beauty? There are great prospects in hairdressing!
Anyone can use Start. And it’s free. Built by U-Explore, learners create a personal profile to generate jobs, qualifications and destinations to explore, all connected to live labour market information and course data.
There’s no right or wrong way to pursue a successful career in business, which is why EY offers several types of school leaver programmes. We’ve also created a range of ‘experiences’ to give students an insight of life in a multinational business.
The Wedding Planners Guild UK provides professional training to aspiring Wedding Planners, recognised by the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs.