Education is coming to an end and the workplace beckons - how can you make sure you are ready for work?
Some young people need extra help to get ready for the workplace, for example, if you have learning difficulties or disabilities, if you are a young parent or if there are other issues
Oxfordshire is a great place to grow up, be successful, and get the help you need help to get the best start in life.
Every young person in Oxfordshire has the right to information and guidance about learning and career choices
When young people with disabilities start work, training, or take part in work experience, their rights are protected
Help for young people misusing drugs and alcohol is available
Support is available to help young people access education, training or other opportunities in Oxfordshire
Think safety, whether you are at work, doing work experience, or seeking work
All young people need to stay in learning until age 18 - if you're out of learning or training, it's time to take action
Your rights at your work, apprenticeship, training, learning, college or placement are protected. But you may still need to solve problems.
Young people with special educational needs or disability may need extra help to learn and train
Local training providers offer alternative options for 16+ learning, including community-based programmes, engagement, and specialist support