Good quality careers education and guidance helps students to develop the knowledge, confidence and skills they need to make well-informed career choices.
Deciding what to do in the future can be difficult. With many different options, qualifications and courses to choose from it can be hard to decide. Some people have a clear idea of what they want to do and how to achieve it but not everyone is like this.
Everyone is different but it is important to start thinking about the future. Think about what your skills are and what you are good at. By law, all students at the Academy are entitled to impartial information, advice and guidance. There are various websites that can give you some idea of careers that may be suitable for you.
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Our apprenticeship insight event will introduce you to the exciting world of craft engineering; providing you with the opportunity to learn more about our company, gain hands on experience and visit our sites. You’ll also get to meet our current craft engineering apprentices, who will provide insights into their role and share their experience.
Taking place over 4 days throughout January & February 2022, places on the programme are limited.
Following the insight experience, you could be offered a full time position on our Advanced Craft Engineering Apprenticeship, starting in autumn 2022.
Applicants need to have either achieved five GCSEs 4-9/A*-C or National 4 (or equivalent) including Maths, English and a Science or be on track to achieve five GCSEs 4-9/A*-C or National 4 (or equivalent) including Maths, English and a Science by September 2022
Registration closes 6 December 2021. All applications will be reviewed, and you will receive an outcome decision via email by 17 December 2021. Register here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/CraftRegistration/
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