Useful websites

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Ncs gov uk   

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance across England to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. The service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers.



Get the low-down on the world of work, with Bitesize Careers. A site to help you find out what jobs you may be suited to, with videos and profiles from young people.

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Start is a free and comprehensive digital platform, offering schools and colleges a single starting point to help simplify and improve careers guidance in schools.

By following Start’s structured and progressive activities, the platform caters for all students helping them to make more informed decisions about future study and career options at the right time and in good time.


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icould is a small, dynamic charity, providing career inspiration and information for young people. We show what is possible in work and offer different ways to think about careers through free access to over 1000 personal video stories, detailed job information, plus practical tips, insight and advice.  

Free university and career advice.



Every year, Titan host a Careers and Skills Fair for students in Years 6-8: a chance to meet lots of employers and organisations and to start thinking about the range of opportunities available when you leave school. 

This year, they have created this ‘virtual’ resource so that you can have fun learning at home in your own time.  It is packed full of information, advice and fun activities and is suitable for students in Years 6-11.



Careersbox the national online careers film and video library. Real people, real jobs to help young people, students, teachers, career professionals and influencers.


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Psychometric tests (also known as Aptitude Tests) are a common part of the job interview process at many companies across the world.They generally consist of a series of timed questions, that are most often numerical (maths questions), verbal (reading comprehension questions) or logical (diagrammatic questions).

Click the owl to have a go.




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