A-Levels

Continue your studies with A-levels to help you progress onto university, an apprenticeship, or into the world of work. A-levels are an academic, subject-based qualification some students choose to study after completing their GCSEs. They can be the stepping-stone to securing a place at university and studying for an undergraduate degree, or taking on an…

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T-Levels

Gain the knowledge and experience you need to go straight into employment, an apprenticeship, or higher education, with a T Level. A T Level is a brand new technical study qualification that offers an alternative to A-levels, other post-16 courses or an apprenticeship. They give students the opportunity to complete a 45-day industry placement to…

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Vocational qualifications

Develop real-life skills in a particular job or sector with a vocational qualification. Vocational qualifications provide people with practical skills and learning that make them suitable for specific job roles or employment in a specific sector of industry. They combine a mix of theory and practical learning and many students take part in work experience…

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Traineeships

Get work ready and develop the skills employers are looking for with a traineeship.  Designed for people aged 16-24, traineeships are education and training programmes that incorporate work experience. They help young people secure an apprenticeship or employment by getting them ‘work ready’. Every traineeship has three specific elements; high quality work experience with an…

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Intermediate or Advanced Apprenticeship

Learn while you earn with an Intermediate or Advanced Apprenticeship. An Intermediate or Advanced Apprenticeship allows you to learn while you earn. An apprenticeship is a real, paid job where you benefit from training and gain experience along the way. There are hundreds of different apprenticeships to choose from, in a whole range of sectors…

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Employment

From writing a CV to getting work experience, there are lots of things you can do to find your first job after leaving school. Many young people on leaving school at 16 are keen to go out and find a job and start earning their own money. If that’s your preferred route, there are some…

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