Careers Lead Ms Eppie Howard firstname.lastname@example.org
Careers Administration Support: Mrs Cathy Day email@example.com
Both Ms Howard and Mrs Day can also be contacted by telephone through the main reception 01865 862 232
Please take a look at the information sheet here.
Labour Market Information - LMI
See here for the OxLEP poster
Discover Your Future LMI video
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University of Bristol various options - online support and various taster events. click on the links.
CAREER INFORMATION - Year 11s, 12s and 13s
Exciting opportunity for at Oxford University Hospitals Trust, Customer services L2 & Business Administrator L3 is a fully funded Apprenticeship “ Earn While You Learn” and can be the first step to a professional career in NHS.
The vital role in our admin and reception teams provide support to our admin functions, and clinical departments for the quality of care to our patients. It is fantastic opportunity to Step into NHS.
What is the STFC?
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is one of Europe's largest research organisations supporting scientists and engineers and running experiments around the UK and world-wide. Activities carried out cover a wide range of science, engineering and technology, including materials science, engineering and instrumentation, particle physics, space science, accelerator-based technologies, information technology and computer science.
Inspiring young people and the wider public is one of the STFC's main objectives. This is achieved through a focused programme of public engagement, promoting careers in science, engineering and technology to maintain the quality of the UK programme.
Daresbury Laboratory (DL), Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) and UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC) offer work experience placements to Year 10, 11, 12 and 13 students each year, many from local schools and around the country. As far as possible they are placed depending on their interests indicated on the application form.
Information from the Success at School careers advice service
Apprenticeships these days come in all shapes and sizes. With an apprenticeship, you could train to be a solicitor, engineer, journalist, pharmacist or graphic designer—and that's just for starters. You will also be paid a wage, and any qualifications you undertake as part of your apprenticeship—including a university degree—will be paid for by your employer.
This short video provides a good overview:
An apprenticeship is a paid job with training. Apprentices also work towards relevant qualifications while on the job. There are four type of apprenticeships:
A basic level of literacy and numeracy is required to undertake any apprenticeship. If you don't have any GCSEs in English or Maths, you may be able to—depending on the apprenticeship—work towards a "functional skills" qualification while they do their apprenticeship. There are also traineeships students can undertake if they do not qualify for an apprenticeship.
This short video should help you understand whether apprenticeships or university might be better for you.