Request Live Advice
Young PeopleLooking for Career Guidance
AdultsLooking for Career Guidance
Parents/CarersAssisting Your Child
EducatorsAssisting Your Students
EmployersPartner With Us
Local AuthoritiesServices For You
Easter. The calm before the storm. The two weeks before the mayhem of exam time is upon students everywhere again!
As well as National Careers Week comes to a close, National Apprenticeship Week ends too!
Join Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, Weymouth Job Centre and Dorset County Council for the Enable Employment event at Weymouth JobCentre Plus, March 15th.
Download the latest CEIAG newsletter now.
The National Centre for Diversity held their third annual Grand Awards on the 18th January 2018.
Students in England must stay in some kind of education until the age of 18. If you’re leaving school in the foreseeable future, make sure you’ve researched all your available options!
Colleges cater for multiple different qualifications and the first step in deciding what to do at college is thinking about what you’d like to do after.
It’s a new year which means most people are setting themselves goals and resolutions for 2018.
Today is Local Charities Day!
Advice and Guidance Apprentice, Kyle has won the National Inspiration Award acknowledging all of his hard work with young people for the past 9 years.
Teaching is one of the most popular options for people wanting to change careers.
When picking your A Levels, it is always a good idea to think about choosing subjects that you enjoy and are good at. Higher grades will give you more options afterwards.
Ansbury Guidance is now offering tailored packages for students in Years 5-7.
If you’re interested in a varied, responsible career that involves caring for people, have you thought about training as a nurse?
Working as a professional make-up artist can be an incredibly fun, challenging and rewarding career.
Term may have only just started but it’s already time to start thinking about what you’d like to do next!
Choosing to go to college or sixth form after school is a big decision, but your first year is a good time to start thinking about your next big decision!
Ansbury Guidance is supporting World Mental Health Day 2017 and signing the pledge.
It may seem a little early to start planning what you’d like to do after you finish school but you now must stay in learning until you are 18.