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Click on the thumbnails below to access some useful websites for careers research. It is best to spend 30 minutes or so a time looking at the websites and come back to them regularly as they hold a huge amount of useful information. You can’t possibly do it all at once but a few visits will really help you get a better understanding of the world of work and the opportunities out there. Your teachers will always be happy to talk to you about your career plans and support you with applications so just ask!
You can use the sites to find out:
- What sort of jobs you might be good at
- The range of jobs available in different industry areas
- What is involved in different jobs as well as hours and pay
- Apprenticeship and job opportunities local to you and around the country
- College and university courses and applications
- How to write a good CV and application
- Advice for students about study
- How to plan for your future career goals
- Where to go for help and advice if you want to find out more
Careers Researchicould UCAS Takeoff Beach Pathway Plotr CareersboxNational Careers Service Futuremorph The Student Room Apprenticeships.org Apprenticeships in Sussex Apprenticeship Guide
Post 18UCAS Not Going To Uni Pure Potential Apply to Uni The Complete University Guide
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The APC Community Code of Conduct
I will try my best to……..
- attend the college every day
- be punctual
- go to every lesson and take an active part
- take every opportunity to learn new things
- work hard and do my very best
- show respect and understanding to everyone around me
- behave well in and out of lessons
- dress appropriately
- take care of the college environment
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LGBTU Advice and Support
The organisations below can help you with issues around your gender identity and sexuality. Do not hesitate to contact them; they will be able to give you support and they also offer advice and counselling.
SHARP stands for Student Help Advice Reporting Page. It is a method of confidentially logging a concern you may have.
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