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Useful careers websites

This page provides numerous useful career related websites which can help students in terms of their post 16 choices, whether they want to go into further education or work based training.

Health Organisations in Coventry & Warwickshire have created a hub network named the ‘Local Health Careers hub: Coventry & Warwickshire’ to ensure opportunities into healthcare are shared and created as new government strategies (such as apprenticeships and T-levels) are released.The Health organisations consist of NHS Hospitals, Hospices and GP practices in Coventry & Warwickshire. Part of our agenda is to ensure young people can vision a career in healthcare and to ensure we offer them the correct knowledge and opportunities to start a career in health. To enable us to best do this we have created a Brand New Website: Where anyone can access information regarding routes into the health sector and different roles within this. Health careers are not just doctors and nurses, we have finance, business, estates department and many more who all have amazing career development opportunities within them and we are passionate about encouraging the next generation to discover what career may be best for them, in the health sector.

This website provides a free video library of interviews with professionals sharing insight into their jobs and career journeys, with a new video added every week. Each interview covers what they studied at school, their transition from school to further education and into working life.  Students are also able to find out what qualifications and skills are needed for their jobs, what a typical day looks like and their advice for someone wanting to pursue a similar career. 

This website is dedicated to the Film and Drama Industry which is rapidly growing. The industries include jobs in the production of feature films in the UK and the ways in which audiences get to see them, whether that be in cinemas, on TV, or through streaming channels like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. 

There are opportunities for people with a very wide range of skills to work in film and TV drama.  It’s not just for people writing the screenplay and operating the cameras.  The industry needs electricians for setting up the lights, carpenters and plasterers to build the sets, accountants to keep the books and people who enjoy law to negotiate the selling of rights. Have a look at the different departments. Learn how a film is financed, made and distributed, or how a TV drama is put together. Find a job role that interests you and click on it to learn what you need to do to get it.

This website centralises thousands of jobs available to help people find new career opportunities. A search for "trainee", "school leaver" or "apprentice" will bring up lots of potentially suitable vacancies for pupils.

This website has different industry categories from Education, Health and Care, Retail etc.... and you can view a number of recordings from large well known Companies giving Career Advise.

This website is excellent for searching for jobs under a variety of sectors and you can also look at the latest edition of the Careers Magazine online.

A website with a vast amount of information from 60 second interviews with a variety of people from different professions, interview techniques hints and tips, Apprenticeship information and much more!

An excellent website offering support online, over the phone or face to face regarding career choices. It also provides free online support in building your CV and gives useful interview tips.

The official National Careers Week website sponsored by RBS has a huge number of free resources. Definitely worth a look!

 This website gives real life case studies and interviews and has useful information for jobs, including the average salary that you would be likely to earn in different roles and the average weekly hours. Also, have fun and take "The Buzz Quiz" which is a "Myers-Briggs" personality type quiz in terms of an animal outcome!

Heart of England Training {HOET} has many years experience of delivering high quality vocational training and offers many apprenticeships and courses for students aged 16-19 years old.

The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce Training has their own website supporting young people in training and development, further education and apprenticeships. An excellent source of advise. 

The Government website which tells you about Apprenticeships, how much you can earn and the different levels of Apprenticeships.

This is a fantastic website which offers a vast amount of information on Apprenticeships, Reviews, Jobs and Careers Advice for School and College Leavers. Definitely worth a look!! 

The Local Government Association website gives advise on working for your local Council and the options including Apprenticeships.

 An excellent website giving a wide range of advice to Post 16 students on further education, jobs, Apprenticeships, Application tips and much more! It also lists the "The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers" with information on each of the Companies. 

The official Warwickshire College Group website with a vast amount of information from Apprenticeships, school leavers advice, A-Levels, subjects and careers etc...

 This website gives you tips on how to write a CV, interviews and Assessment Days, A-Levels and Apprenticeships advise, the latest Apprenticeship jobs. You can even do a free Careers test to see which is the right path for you. 

This website is specifically aimed at young people who have a disability. 

A great website full of careers advise for young people including interview tips, creating a CV, Preparing for Assessments etc....

This is a useful website where you could find many local apprenticeships in all areas and sectors.

This website advertises apprenticeships, school leaver programmes and much more. You can even take the Career Test to guide you in the right direction.

A great website where students are able to quickly register their details and apply for positions in their preferred location and area of interest. This website advertises a number of Apprenticeships and Training Programmes. 

Target Careers Futurewise helps to support school leavers make decisions about their future. You are able to explore options for Careers, University or Apprenticeships and also get help applying successfully. 

A website which connects you to some of the biggest names in Sport and supports you in choosing the correct career path for you.

This is a brilliant website for anyone interested in the "gaming" industry. They offer numerous events and competitions too. 

Adzuna is a search engine for job ads that lists every job, everywhere. Adzuna provide smarter search options and powerful data about the job market, giving you the information you need to take control of your career. - This website is a complete guide for students in dealing with psychometric tests during interview processes for internships and first full time jobs. This website offers free practice tests including numerical, verbal and inductive reasoning tests. - Wikijob is a fantastic website which offers you free guides on cognitive ability tests. For further links, please visit and


Of course, if you already know which route you wish to take, you can go directly to the website of the College, University, Company etc. Remember, there is always someone there to help you!

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