Careers Information for Students


The links below provide access to some helpful information about potential careers and choices which students may find useful.


Hampshire Futures

Hampshire Futures provides us with our Careers Adviser partnership, here are a couple of links to the guidance and support they are offering.


Amazing Apprenticeships

Amazing Apprenticeships have released their new ASK programme, with new resources to help and inform students during lockdown. Follow the link to find out more:


Learn Lounge by Springpod

Springpod have added some new sessions to their Learn Lounge, their online learning platform, all are available online and for free. You can either watch the careers talks live if you would like to participate in the interactive polls and Q&A or you can catch up on all our previous talks by watching the recordings. Simply click on the link and have a browse:


Work It Careers videos from the CEC

The Careers and Enterprise company have put together some videos from young people imparting their experience of post 16 education, apprenticeships and work. This week, meet Bejay, 24, Mia, 18, and Callum, 21.


Success at Schools

The new Success at Schools newsletter focus is on the jobs and careers that have been so integral to keep the country going during COVID-19.


Sparsholt College

The expert lecturers at Sparsholt College have created a range of activities, resources and tools within the different subject areas available at the college. These resources are to help prepare applicants for starting at Sparsholt in September. All applicants have already been provided with this information, and they are now offering these to students who haven’t applied to the college.

The link for the welcome activities is:

The college is also still accepting new applications from students due to start year 12 in September, if you’d like to apply just follow the link below:


BCS Webinar

Ever wondered what it would be like to create apps or defend companies from cyber-attacks? Are you interested in what it's like to do an apprenticeship, or to go to university?

BCS are arranging live video link-ups with people working in, and learning about, different areas of technology. You'll get a chance to hear from them about what they do in their job, the most exciting parts of what they do, as well as how they got into it and tips for following in their footsteps. This is a rare chance to find out about different future paths that are available in tech from the people who are directly involved. You'll also be able to put forward questions for them to answer.

In a recent webinar session Josh Callicott, a cyber-security apprentice from BT talks about what it's like to do an apprenticeship, what it's like to work in cyber-security and any tips for people who are interested in this path.


Premed Projects

Premed Projects are used to running world class residential work experience events for students interested in healthcare careers but whilst we all wait patiently for life as we know it to return to normal, they are offering students the chance to take part in an exciting interactive TV event - perfect for all students with a passion for medicine, biology and the human body of any age.

The special 5 part live TV event which ran from May 25th 2020 - May 29th 2020 is now available now on Catch Up

To find out more and enrol on the course follow this link:



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