Useful Careers information, advice and guidance websites
Careers/Jobs information and research
National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance about making decisions on learning/education, training, apprenticeship/work, further and higher education.
Kudos is online careers guidance and information program that helps young people plan their future. Kudos is ideal for 13-19 year olds. Kudos helps young people to ‘match’ their interests and qualification aspirations to a list of suitable careers. They can explore these suggestions or look at their own career ideas; they can then see how well matched they are to them. (A log-in code is required from school to access) User Code: steparts05
iCould Careers Advice, Choices & Ideas – Find Your Dream Job! – icould. Need inspiration for your career? icould includes 1000 films of personal career stories, across all occupations.
Careersbox is the national online careers film and video library. Real people real jobs to help young people, students, teachers and career professionals.
Careers World is your one stop website for careers advice and searching for the very best training and career opportunities within England, Scotland and Wales. Covering a multitude of locations throughout the country, Careers World are the essential careers experts for those individuals of all ages looking to study or begin a career in their chosen sector.
Youthi is a Careers Information Advice and guidance site for 14-19. Find out all you need to know about 13+ Education, 16+ Education and 18+ Education. Search Apply Rotherham to find out more about your ideal course.
Further education, apprenticeships and training
What is an apprenticeship? Apprenticeships are an excellent way of gaining qualifications and workplace experience. As an employee, you can earn as you learn and you gain practical skills from the workplace.
Apprenticeships: How to
Local 6th form and college links:
Other 6th Forms, colleges and training provider are available and ther details can be found on UCASprogress or by searching on the internet.
The central organisation through which applications are processed for entry to higher education. InUCAS connects people to University and Higher Providers, post Uni studies including teacher training, apprenticeships & internships. Find all the information for your next step includes information and services for prospective students and higher education.
A comprehensive source of University information backed up with independent student reviews. Whatuni.com was established in 2007 and is visited by over 4 million users each year.Whatuni is part of the Hotcourses group which produces the busiest education comparison sites in the UK attracting over 35 million users per year.
A website to help you with your university application, personal statements, independent rankings, as well as advice on student finance, open days and what campus life is really like.
Local Labour Market information:
The following websites provide information and support on dealing with stress, bullying, exams, health and many more subjects areas.