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Careers Links & Resources

Please use the links below for Careers help and guidance


Unifrog is a complete destination platform that allows students to search for opportunities and make applications for their next steps.

Click here to sign in

Not sure what to do after School or College?

Entrust have created a free course called Positive Directions. Click the link below for more information.

INSPiRED Teenager Plus Facebook Group

Supported by the HM Government and The Cabinet Office as part of the Inclusive Economy Partnership, this innovative digital community learning approach will enable parents/carers, teenagers and new graduates from right across the UK to work through our research-proven INSPiRED Teenager career development programme free of charge and live together. This is with the support of other highly experienced careers advisers, employers and guest experts.

It has now been launched and is open for all parents with teenagers out there who are interested in finding out more about the programme and working together to ensure we support our young people through this challenging time. Watch this video to learn more about the INSPiRED Teenager Plus programme and our #MagicMomentChallenge. We hope you join us in it and share news of it too. Please also join us on Facebook here: INSPiRED Teenager Plus Facebook Group

CAREERS Resources and BUZZ Quiz

If you are looking for some at home resources about careers, you may be interested in this icould programme ( which features over 1000 videos of real people talking about their careers as well as the Buzz Quiz, which helps students develop self-awareness and looks at how personality can affect work.

Careers Information for all Y11 and 13 Students

Can you please ensure that you maintain contact with your future education providers. All Colleges and Universities will have regular updates on their websites, for those of you who have applied for 6th form you will be contacted via school.

During these challenging times it is important that you stay focused on your future by continuing to learn your curriculum areas via edulink.

For Parents and Students there are many links and resources available on our school careers page. Please take this opportunity to use them.

There are a vast number of career based videos on YouTube, they include: C.V application, interview techniques, developing key skills etc…

Some of you may be contacted by our careers advisor, Jackie Flint, alternatively it may be Yvonne Knight who is our careers support worker from Staffordshire County Councils careers team, entrust. They are there to help you.

If you have any other careers related enquiries, contact our careers co-ordinator, Mrs Higgins Email she will direct your query to the right people, where possible.

Working Options in Education – Student Zone

Working Options in Education provide a vast range of video clips, resources and tips linked to real life careers. Employers and employees from a wide range of industries/companies give their advice or share their personal careers stories.

This is a brilliant way of helping students transition to the workplace.

Go to link:

These are some areas covered:

Careers – Covering a whole range of careers tips, advice and personal career journeys

Interview Techniques – A wide range of professional people sharing advice, including; how to prepare for an interview, how to ask the right questions, how to complete a job application form, preparing for interview tests and much more

Presentation Skills – What makes a good influencer? Making a good first impression, how to write a CV that stands out from the crowd, how to show you have the skills employers want

Team Working – Tips on how to be a team player

Problem Solving – How to be a problem-solving Ninja

Other areas Student Zone covers are: Mental well-being; personal finance; healthy eating on a budget

Jaguar Landrover Careers
National Careers Service Direct
GOV.UK Find an Apprenticeship
The Career Design Institute
Join the Army
RAF Apprenticeships
Royal Navy Apprenticeships
The Royal Wolverhampton Hospital NHS
Step Into The NHS
Not Going To Uni?
UCAS Careers Advice
Staffordshire University Helping Hand
Cascaid Kudos Careers Guidance
Amazing Apprenticeships
The Apprenticeship Guide
Work Ready Schools
Screen Skills Risk Assessment

QA Apprenticeship Programmes

QA is the UK’s leading tech skills and talent services provider. We have ramped up our virtual and online course offerings to enable you to learn from home with minimal disruption.

QA Apprenticeship Programmes

Codsall High Sample CV


NHS Futures Team


National Careers Service Resources

These are free resources from the National Careers Service that provide regional level Labour Market Information which will be helpful for schools and ECs to use to supplement other information they already have.

Follow the link below:

Labour Market Information

Careers information for students: Speech and Language Therapy

You may not realise that you need a degree to become a speech and language therapist. It is really important to us to encourage students from all backgrounds to consider it as a career so the profession can better reflect the diversity of the populations they serve. The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, has a careers guide available aimed at teenagers.

Follow the link below:

Russell Group of Universities

Informed choices Information tool provided by The Russell group of Universities to enable parents and students Post 16 to make informed choices.

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Want a Career in Law?

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