With an apprenticeship you can earn money, experience work, gain qualifications and start your career - fast.
At age 16, you need to stay in education or training until you are 18. This does not mean that you have to stay in school, there are lots of different options.
Making choices about post-16 learning including A-levels is an exciting time with lots of interesting choices
Figuring out what you want to do for work can be confusing, here are resources to help you explore your options.
Every young person in Oxfordshire can access high-quality information and guidance about learning and careers choices
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!
Every year some students decide to leave their school and go to college for their post-16 learning.
Dropped out of education or had to leave? Aged 16-19, or up to 25 with learning difficulties or disabilities? Here's what you need to do:
Children must stay in education, training and learning until age 18. This can be at school, college, or (after age 16) in a job with training, like an apprenticeship.