January 2015 - Careers Advice for Parents and Young People
National Study Programme for Young People (NACRO)

National Study Programme for Young People (NACRO)

The Benefits   Study within a supportive environment £40 per week paid to learner Travel costs covered Access to IT resources to support study Refer a friend for £50 The Nacro charity are currently offering young people between the ages of 16 and 18 the...
5 Tips To Bag Yourself A Digital Apprenticeship

5 Tips To Bag Yourself A Digital Apprenticeship

By: Scarlett Wilson, Digital Marketing Executive @ Bubble Jobs If you’ve just finished school or college, then you might be thinking about starting an apprenticeship. There are lots of different subjects to choose from, and one of those is a digital apprenticeship. It...
Choosing  GCSE subjects  ~  the essential guide

Choosing GCSE subjects ~ the essential guide

In the world of education making the step up from Year 9 to Year 10 is referred to as one of the key transition points.  A fancy term which just indicates that something important is happening; so everyone (especially parents and carers) should pay attention! Very few...
Work Experience ~ What’s going wrong?

Work Experience ~ What’s going wrong?

“It helps young people find out more about the working world, can give insight into what careers and jobs are available and what they need to do to get there. Crucially, young people tend to listen more to employers than to teachers or parents so their interventions,...
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