Online Resources

The National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. You can create your own lifelong learning account and access a range of useful tools from real-life case studies and careers guides to web and telephone chats with independent, impartial fully-qualified careers advisor.

National Careers Service

Get In Go Far

For everything, you need to know about work-based training. Create an account for apprenticeship vacancy updates and to apply for opportunities online.

Get in go far


This website will be launched nationally in September 2014 and is primarily aimed at choices after GCSE. However, it contains a range of resources students will find useful when considering their options such as Careers quizzes.


I Cloud

This website has lots of videos you can explore by employment sector or life theme The Uni Guide use this online tool to see where your A Level choices may take you.

I CloudThe Uni Guide


This is a good resource for anyone thinking about university, careers you can reach from your subjects and job hunting trends.


Careers box

This is a free online library of careers related films, news and information.


Careers 4 U

This site contains videos on lots of different jobs, and students talking about apprenticeships, university and jobs.

Careers 4 U

Getting In

This site has a comprehensive overview of universities, courses and apprenticeships.

Getting In

The Success at School

The Success at School website also has a useful careers page, looking at roles in different sectors of the economy.

The Success at School website