Opportunities and Vacancy Bulletins for people aged 16-19 (up to age 25 with learning difficulties)
Young people aged 16-18 who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) can get support to find the right help for them.
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
Sometimes you may be asked to find a training provider for your apprenticeship, here's how to find one
Support is available to help young people access education, training or other opportunities in Oxfordshire
Posters, notices and fliers about open days, job clubs, training, learning and more for young people in Oxfordshire
Left post-16 education early? Here's what you need to do:
Find out about the School Health Nurse service and how they can help you
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.
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