Do you know what you would like to do when you finish your education? Pilot, graphic designer, teacher, plumber, doctor, bus driver, marketing executive, retail manager, vet, police constable, electrician, photographer – just some of the choices to consider. The following career websites are useful if you are undecided as to what pathway to take.
The first choice is what to do when you finish year 11 – do you want to stay at the academy and attend the Sixth Form for A-levels? Do you want to go to college to study a trade? Here you will find helpful information and links to websites for careers guidance.
How to Apply for an Apprenticeship
You can find courses and learning providers on Help You Choose. Once you have chosen your course/s (you can choose as many as you want to) you can apply online. You can also use Kudos to find careers that might suit you.
Our Careers Leader is Miss Backham, Vice Principal email@example.com
The National Careers Service also has a lot of information that will help you build a CV and develop an action plan.
Life Coach Directory was set-up in order to raise awareness of coaching and to enable visitors to find the most suitable qualified coach for their needs. Coaching is the process of guiding a person from where they are to where they want to be.
If you have transport issues, Kickstart Norfolk is a member of the Apprenticeships Norfolk Network and they have a number of mopeds/scooters that they hire out at subsidised rates through Norfolk and Suffolk to individuals accessing apprenticeships, employment and education. Visit their website for more information.