Useful Careers Websites
SPIED – an opportunities bulletin for 16 to 18-year olds looking for their next step in employment, education or training.This document is produced by Prospects Ltd and outlines the wide range of post 16 opportunities available to young people in the Gloucestershire area. This information is correct as of 7.6.2019 but may be prone to change.
How to become put together by the team at CoursesOnline, this is a hub for guidance covering career paths in many different industries.
ADZUNA https://www.adzuna.co.uk/ - search across different job websites
Complete the Spartan Test on SACU to produce career and subject suggestions.
Careerpilot A good website with local information about job sectors and option choices
If you’d rather listen than read, then try watching some of the podcasts and short videos of people talking about their jobs on icould.
If you are aged 13 and over you can also access lots of useful careers information and talk to a trained careers adviser from the National Careers Service.
https://successatschool.org is a place for you to explore careers and employers as well as search for vacancies.
In addition there is a wealth of excellent information available on the web. Take a look at some of these websites:
Total Professions enables you to explore a wide range of professional careers and provides information and articles to inspire you to achieve your dream career.
World of Work Another excellent resource to find out about jobs in the south west region.
Careersbox Career films on the web
AutoRaise - http://www.careers.autoraise.co.uk technical apprenticeships in in the Vehicle Repair industry.
How to become a Plumber - a guide to what is involved in becoming a PlumberHow to become a plastic surgeon
The Medic Portal, supports those interested in a career in medicine
Words for work: Women in leadership, partnership between Lancome and the National Literacy Trust. A series of videos from a panel of inspirational women including Lisa Eldridge, Lancôme’s global creative director, and Funmi Fetto, executive editor and beauty director at Glamour UK, on topics ranging from ‘my first CV’ to ‘work/life balance’.
Psychometric reasoning tests for young job seekers useful to those who apply for jobs and other apprenticeships that require a psychometric test as part of the interview process: