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Careers Information

Careers Information and Labour Market Information 

As a parent/carer you are one of the most influential people in your child’s life and in the best possible position to support your child as they consider their future, review their options and make choices. There are many organisations that offer advice and support to parents at various stages of their child’s career pathway. Please find below a list of useful links and contacts:

Cheshire Entrust- Careers support for Cheshire Pupils

Tel: 0333 300 1900    Email: enquiries@entrust-ed.co.uk 

Staffordshire Entrust – Careers support for Staffordshire Pupils

Tel: 0333 300 1900   Email: enquiries@entrust-ed.co.uk

Careers support for Stoke Pupils    

Text - 07879 115678     Telephone: 01782 237747         Email: careers.advice@stoke.gov.uk

Icould

www.icould.com

A good website for young people and their family to explore. Take the Buzz Quiz, find out about a huge variety of jobs and watch inspirational career story videos.

Start

www.startincheshireandwarrington.com

Students and parents can explore Cheshire and Warrington’s Start webpages to find out about local employers, careers and study routes.

Cheshire and Warrington LEP 

www.candwopportunities.co.uk

This portal is a pilot until 31st March 2021. It is updated with live jobs in the region every 30 minutes. Everyone can use the site to find out about jobs in local growth sectors and how to retrain or upskill.

First Careers

www.firstcareers.co.uk

This website is great for younger students to explore how their favourite subjects can lead to a range of careers and discover work experience opportunities with well-known employers.

Prospects

www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles

All students can browse one of the most comprehensive lists of job profiles giving information about the role, qualifications, salary and the skills required. There are also tips for gaining work experience in each career.

UCAS

www.ucas.com

This is more than just a universities website. Young people and their families can find out about different careers, apprenticeships, going to college as well as university.