The careers department is dedicated to providing quality careers guidance from year 7 right through to the end of 6th form studies. all students are welcome to come to the futures office in the library during breaks and morning tutor group for one-to-one guidance on course choices, CVs, interview techniques, work experience and much more.
All Wales students have access to Kudos, a program that helps each student assess their interests and skills, and research different education and career options, enabling them to make informed decisions about their future.
Kudos can be accessed by clicking here.
Please click the link to get access to the websites that are listed below: http://www.rotherhamcareers.com
DirectGov – The place to find government services and information including careers information, job hunting advice and applying for a job.
Bestourse4me – bC4me shows the link between what you study, what you earn and the jobs you can get.
National Apprenticeship Website – where you can find out information about apprenticeships plus search and apply for vacancies. The majority of employers use this website to advertise apprenticeships.
Careersbox – a series of online short films about various careers ranging from Creative and Media to Retail. You get a good idea about what the job is like from people involved in that kind of work.
iCould – Here you can watch people telling their personal career stories in their own words.
National Careers Service – dedicated to helping you get the advice you need for future skills, careers, work and life choices. They can help you develop your career with specially designed tools to help you move on in your career, or get you on the job ladder.
Passportfolio helps you to find out more about yourself, show what you have achieved, and take control of your future! You can record your skills, interests and achievements, build a CV, personal statement and action plan, explore your options and search for local courses all in one place.
UCAS Progress – Search, explore and compare courses at schools, academies, colleges and work-based learning providers for post 16 education.
UCAS – the website where you can research what courses are offered at which university and make an application. It also offers loads of advice and information about finance and the application process.