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Links to useful websites

National Careers Service - information, advice and guidance relating to decisions on learning, training and work

National Apprenticeship Service - search for apprenticeship vacancies or register for alerts and to apply

Careers Yorkshire and the Humber - impartial advice and guidance, local Labour Market Information

UCAS Progress - online FE (post-16 application) system, information and guidance

UCAS -  online HE application system, information and guidance

Success at School - explore Careers, employers, jobs, courses and advice

Sheffield Futures - helping Sheffield's young people to reach their full potential and achieve the best out of life, whatever their starting point

NCS - chance to embark on exhilarating challenges, make your mark and build skills for work and life

Future Finder - personalised careers advisor, helping you decide which A-Levels to choose, based on your needs.

Target Careers - a Guide to your future

 

What are Key Skills?

What are Facilitating Subjects?

How to write an effective CV

 

Advice for Parents when helping Young People plan their future

A Parent's Guide to Apprenticeships

Paths to Professional Careers - A Parent's Guide

Parents' Guide to Careers in Engineering

Student Finance - What Parents need to know

 

Labour Market Information - Shape Your Future in South Yorkshire - flipbook (requires Adobe Flash version 10)

 

Qualifications Guide - a brief overview of qualifications from GCSEs through to PHDs, as well as Vocational qualifications from NVQs to Foundation Degrees, including information on the new T levels.

Informed Choices - a Russell Group Guide to making decisions about post-16 education

A Guide to Apprenticeships

A Guide to Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships - infographic

A Level Explorer - see where your A level choices will take you

Higher Apprenticeships - infographic

Degree Apprenticeships - infographic

Higher and Degree Apprenticeships Listings - updated June 2018

Which? University - search by university, by predicted grades and by category or use the A-level explorer tool