General careers information websites
The FutureGoals careers campaign is designed by young people for young people, teachers and parents, and aims to raise awareness of career opportunities in our region.
Career videos, job information and advice on career options and the world of work.
Comprehensive, up-to-date careers information that helps students transition from education to employment.
National Careers Service
Information, advice and guidance to help students make decisions about learning, training and work.
SkillsHouse Youth is an information, advice and guidance service for young people in Bradford.
Research the training, qualifications and experience needed for different careers.
Find out about the different roles available in the National Health Service.
Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.
The UK’s leading careers and educational information and development website. Learn how to write a CV, how to complete an application form, how to pass psychometric tests and also how to pass any job interview.
Apprenticeships are an exciting alternative to academic study. The following websites give a comprehensive overview of the apprenticeship opportunities that are available.
National Apprenticeship Service information and vacancies.
The Apprenticeship Guide
Find out about apprenticeships and search for apprenticeship opportunities.
Feedback on apprenticeships, degree apprenticeships and other school leaver programmes. Find the right scheme to apply for, and the right employer for you.
Many students will consider University as a natural progression from their level 3 studies. The following websites are an excellent source of information.
The Complete University Guide
Use the most recent university league tables to compare universities.
Research and apply for higher education.
Compare university courses, read reviews and find out about the higher education events happening at each university.