Outlined below are a number of career resources and career tools that you will find useful as you progress through the Academy. On-line information is easily available and can be kept up to date more effectively than paper resources, so it is important you have access to a range of up to date impartial software packages or on-line resources. Listed below are websites that are frequently used by students. Should you find that any of the links have changed or do not work, please contact the careers lead, Mr Starkey, so that this resource sheet can be modified:
Youth Employment UK
Careers advice and guidance
Real stories to inspire your career
Careers guidance for college and school leavers
National Careers Service promotional video
National Careers Service CV Builder
Federation for Industry Skills and Standards
Care and Support Career Opportunities: What’s Involved?
Care and Support Career Opportunities
National Health Service
Barclays Life Skills
Click on a logo to visit the associated website
Website for Suffolk students, which gives general information and advice for young people in Suffolk, including options advice for Year 9 students, with links to local and national websites on a range of topics including access to the KUDOS careers software to help you look at yourself as a person and find which of your skills would be suitable for a particular career. Many useful resources such as a Curriculum Vitae Planner.
If you have not already done so, sign up so that you can make full use of the website. You will be able to research employers within East Anglia and discover the employment opportunities currently available.
Provides detailed sourcing and recruitment processes to support students to secure their dream job i.e. pilot, train driver, police officer, paramedic, fire fighter.
National apprenticeship website with useful information about Apprenticeships and how to search for vacancies. Register to access the details of all apprenticeship opportunities within the UK.
The national government website for adults and young people. Contains job profiles, career tools to develop skills and access to advice via email, text, phone and forums.
Career resource package. Very useful. Simply sign up and then enter your interests to research employment sectors and pathways.