If you need career or study advice, our dedicated careers team are here to help.
Are you exploring your career or study options, writing or checking your CV, preparing for interview, applying for university, finding out how or where to apply for jobs or apprenticeships? The college Careers Service are here to help you.
- Help to explore your career or study options
- Support with CV writing or updating your CV
- Useful tips and techniques for job and university interviews
- University application support
- Help and support with job and apprenticeship opportunities
We are based in Learner Services and provide a drop in service or you can book an appointment.
We arrange careers fairs throughout the year for students, with a variety of employers, universities and other organisations attending.
Thinking about university?
Our Careers Team provide advice and support for students planning to study higher education, including:
- Applying to university
- Writing a personal statement
- Choosing your course
- University interviews
- Support with any application issues
We also organise university workshops and visits, arrange guest speakers to attend college sessions and organise HE open day visits.
Looking for Employment?
Our Careers Team offer a wide range of services to help students find employment and make an informative choice about their future career. Our services include:
- Workshops and talks with employers
- Visits to employer work places
- Job search – how to find and apply for vacancies
- Specialist guide books and directories
- How to write a CV and covering letter
- How to fill in application forms
- Succeeding at interview
- CV updating
- Mock interviews
College employability strategy
Our college employability strategy outlines our commitment to ensuring that you have the opportunity to develop your employability skills so you can get a job and be successful in your chosen career. The college approach to careers guidance, employability and enterprise is broadly mapped to the Career Development Institute (CDI) framework and the Gatsby benchmarks, which ensures that labour market information (LMI) is used wherever possible to inform curriculum planning, ensuring that our provision meets the needs of the local community.