With an apprenticeship you can earn money, experience work, gain qualifications and start your career - fast.
Apprenticeships let you start working and earning money while you learn, build skills and gain qualifications.
Education is coming to an end and the workplace beckons - how can you make sure you are ready for work?
Basic skills are the key skills you need in study and life, and include Maths, English and ICT
Construction isn't just for labourers and isn't just building - IT, Engineering, Site Management and Administration all play their part, and there are good opportunities for everyone.
Jobs in ICT come in all different varieties - find out how you can get started in the field, and get a job that suits your needs!
With a variety of different fields in law, there are many different job opportunities for someone interested in pursuing law, find out what job suits you and your needs!
Continuing with education after GCSEs is a popular choice, with lots of different ways to learn
If you have been successful in your application for an apprenticeship, but are then told by the employer that you need to find a training provider….don’t fear! It is simple to find a training provider!
If you're leaving school at 16, you'll still have to stay in learning, but their are plenty of options available to you.
Your rights at your work, apprenticeship, training, learning, college or placement are protected. But you may still need to solve problems.
Local training providers offer alternative options for 16+ learning, including community-based programmes, engagement, and specialist support
Youth Hubs are a new initiative from the Job Centre to help younger jobseekers (those aged 16-24) access the opportunities and support they need to find work and get ahead!
Results day can feel like an anxious time. But even if your results are not what you hoped you can still find a great place to study - guaranteed.