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When choosing your A Levels, it is always a good idea to think about subjects that you enjoy and are good at, as higher grades will give you more options afterwards.
So, Christmas may be a time for presents and family and celebrations but did you know it’s also a great time to get a job?
If you are planning on attending university in 2018, listen up!
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!
It might seem a little early to start planning exactly what you’re going to do after GCSEs. Legally, you have to stay in learning until you are 18 either in a full time course at sixth form or college or an apprenticeship.
Finding a career pathway that’s suitable for you can be hard but by using these tips you can find your dream job!
GCSE Results Not What You Expected?
After GCSEs, courses are available at different levels and are available full time at Sixth Form or College or part time through an apprenticeship.
Have you collected your results today? Want to know your options moving forward?
Hopefully you’ve got all the grades you want and need to take your chosen next step, but sometimes this isn’t always the case.
Redundancy is always a shock, even if you’ve been expecting it, so give yourself time to adjust and try not to make any major decisions for a while.
An interview means the employer is interested in you and wants to find out more.
There's so much focus on writing CVs and less on covering letters. Do you struggle with what to write, what to include and leave out and how to start and end them?
Depending on your level of study, your exams are almost over so it’s time to think about how you can use the summer holidays to start preparing for your future.
So, your exams will soon be over, and you’ll have the whole summer ahead of you…what now?
Working part time while studying is a great way to earn extra money, get some experience in the world of work and make some friends.
If you’re in the midst of revision, then you’re probably a bit stressed out. Luckily, we’ve got some tips on how to reduce your stress!
So, you’ve got yourself an apprenticeship! Congratulations!