Resources / Links

National Apprenticeship website – for further information, to register and apply for apprenticeships.

National Careers Service – help to choose or change career skills tests, course search, job search advice, personalised help from careers advisers.

Careers Pilot – your choices at 14, 16 and 18, routes to different qualifications and job sectors, and career tools to help you decide.

West of England LEP Prospectus – This guide outlines how – and where – you can develop the skills that local employers want and need.  Designed to help you make informed career choices in key sectors across the West of England, ranging from creative industries and construction to engineering and health, there’s never been a better time to earn, learn and maximise your potential right on your doorstep.

Tomorrow’s Engineers – is more than a one stop shop for information and resources about the amazing careers available in engineering.

Skills Junction – is a dedicated search engine, which aggregates courses and training opportunities in the West of England – bringing together information from educational institutions in the West of England, all under one umbrella.

Learning Partnership West – promoting learning, play and work to support communities, particularly those threatened by disadvantage and inequality.

Careers Box TV has a wealth of short films across a variety of industries to help young people make an informed choice.

GoConstruct Inspire, discover, experience and join the world of construction – films, case studies and a wealth of resources and work experience links.

The Shaw Trust – support for disabled and disadvantaged individuals

The Princes Trust – help young people aged 13 to 30 get into jobs, education and training.

Voscur Support Hub –  information on funding, training and support, including practical tools and access to one-to-one support.

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