Careers Advice and Guidance for Young People
If you are 16 -18 years of age and are not currently in education or a work based training programme, you are able to access free and impartial careers advice and guidance to help you identify options that may be suitable for you.
If you are in school, college or are learning with a training organisation then you should be able to access careers advice and support from your school or learning provider.
- Are you unsure what you are doing next?
- Do you know where to find careers information?
- Do you need inspiration or better ideas to help you take your next steps?
Below are some websites that may help you research career ideas and find more information about routes, qualifications and skills you will need.
Careers Guidance Websites
National Careers Service: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/
Success at School: www.successatschool.org
If you would like to learn about apprenticeships and if they are for you then as a starting point, go to the website below to see live vacancies.
Get in go far: www.getingofar.gov.uk
The Apprenticeship Guide: www.apprenticeshipguide.co.uk
Worcestershire Apprenticeships: http://worcsapprenticeships.org.uk/
There are a number of free job clubs held around the county please refer to these websites:
Worcester Hive: www.thehiveworcester.org
Fortis Living: www.fortisliving.com
Contact local job centres and libraries for information on further job clubs.
Job centre: www.direct.gov.uk/jobsearch
To find vacancies register on these sites. Here are just a few there are many more available.
Total Jobs: https://www.totaljobs.com/careers-advice
These websites are just some of the sites available so please don’t limit your research to those listed above. Babcock Prime does not recommend any particular website; these are for signposting only.