Careers Advice & Guidance
Diane will continue to deliver careers advice over email to all students who require it. For the first years who were due to attend vocational talks over the coming Mondays, all students on these registers have been emailed the presentation to read through at their leisure. Year 2 are advised to make firm choices via their UCAS Track screens by early May, and apply for student funding by 25 May – link here https://logon.slc.co.uk/cas/login?_locale=en_GB&service=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.student-finance.service.gov.uk%2Fcustomer%2Fhome%2Fpages
Any student searching for apprenticeships are advised to use these websites – Find My Apprenticeship https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeshipsearch and UCAS CareerFinder https://careerfinder.ucas.com/
Careers guidance is your passport to the future. We have highly experienced, specialist advisers who, together with your progress tutor, help you make the right choice for your future.
At college there will be opportunities to take part in events such as the Higher Education Fair, educational and employer visits. Whatever your ultimate destination we can help you get there.
Our Careers Coordinator Diane Bate is available to see students; 8am – 2pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Please find below a selection of leaflets designed to help you choose your career pathway.
Apprenticeships: a parental view – https://youtu.be/2jWBFNlJZg4
Links, tips and adverts for apprenticeship schemes in the area.
Degree Apprenticeship Opportunities
Here you will find job opportunities as well as tips and techniques for job interviews.
KPMG’s Audit Apprenticeship and KPMG360° Digital Software Engineering Degree Apprenticeship are available for students looking to get a head start in their career after leaving school or college. Starting in autumn 2020, those joining will receive the training, qualifications and experience they need to thrive in the world of business and the tools to support them in their transition into the world of work.
Bitesize Uni – Tuesday 14-Friday 17 July 2020
Free four day residential event to help year 12 and first year college students make informed decisions about their future.
Careers Events in College
All college based talks are in room 101, or in the Atrium
16th March: Careers Talk, Health
17 March: Oxbridge conference at St James Park, Newcastle (10 places only)
23rd March: Careers Talk, Psychology, counselling and social work
30th March: Careers Talk, STEM
20th April: Careers Talk, Emergency and uniformed services
26th April: Careers Talk, teaching and work with young people
29 April: UCAS convention at Teesside Uni (Yr 1s encouraged to attend)
11th May: BMAT and UCAT talk for Year 1 medics
29 June: Progression Fair (11am-1pm)