Year 11 - Resources for Students
|Midland Independent Careers Guidance||
Subjects and Courses
Information from the National Careers Service website
What are "facilitating subjects" that top universities like? What subjects are needed for particular degrees? Find answers here. A "must read" document if you are not sure which A levels to take.
Link to the official Apprenticeship website with vacancies and information as well as other links to videos and tips on how to secure an apprenticeship.
TIP: Check out the “How to Write a Winning Apprenticeship Application” before you apply for vacancies
Follow this link for a selection of local (Worcestershire and surrounding area) college web sites
Follow this link for details of training providers who deliver a range of Level 1 Vocational Qualifications and Traineeships.
Links to local (Worcestershire) lists of jobs and Apprenticeship opportunities suitable for 16-19 year olds. See also "Apprenticeships" page.
Follow this link to find a selection of web sites which you can use to find more information about different aspects of Higher Education and choosing courses
Information for those looking for alternatives to University and Higher Education
Jobs and Careers
Link to the Job Profiles section of the National Careers Service website
An interactive careers platform for 11- to 24-year-olds. It’s completely free so why not give it a try?
Career videos, articles and more......
Short video clips of people in jobs, and video information on apprenticeships, etc.
Check out information for a section of different career sectors. Compare local information on different jobs and read about trends in broad sector areas locally.
Information on professional careers including lawyers, doctors, finance, etc.
Are you interested in science or maths? Have a look at the interactive activities and "quiz the scientist" video clips on the Future Morph website.
National and Worcestershire County Council information. The facts about the raising of the participation age to 18 and continuing learning