Careers Wales Update Feb 2021
Hello all, I hope this message finds you well. The spring term can be a very important time for Year 11 and sixth form students to be planning ahead. Half-term can be a great opportunity to find some quality time to research your options and check out what may be needed from you to move on.
Here are the latest video updates from your Careers Advisior Nerys Bullen, to help you out! Click on the links below:
I will be available during half term, if you have any questions or would like to talk about your career ideas, You can contact me by phoning the Careers Wales helpline on 0800 028 48 44 ext 6560. Don’t forget you can book an appointment with me, for a phone or video meeting, using the online booking system links below.
Year 9-13 Parents
It doesn’t matter what course you are doing. You need to know what options you have when you leave school.
30 minutes advice and information sessions are available with Nerys Bullen the schools Careers Adviser.
If you are uncertain about your child’s options and would like to know more about how you can support them please book an appointment using the link below.
Year 12 and 13 Pupils
Careers Wales can help you plan your career, prepare to get a job, find and apply for the right apprenticeships, courses and training. To learn more here about your Post 17&18 options click button below.
For lots more Careers information and pathway advice click on Careers Wales link below.
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Newport Sixth Form Careers Collaboration
As the Career Wales Adviser linked to St Joseph’s RC High School, I will be providing information, advice, and guidance to students in key stage 4 and 5 via a range of digital services until 2021. My role as an adviser is to help young adults explore their ideas, plan their next steps, and develop the skills to deal with the uncertainties ahead due to COVID-19.
Following the First Minister’s announcement this week regarding the fire-break lockdown in Wales, there has never been a greater need for Careers Wales to have the up-to-date contact details for Key stage 4 and 5 students, these will help Careers Wales keep them up-to-date with relevant information such as sixth form, college courses and apprenticeships. To help students take control of their future and access information, advice or guidance they may need please complete this short survey: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/YK6CE/
Please visit our website https://careerswales.gov.wales/plan-your-career, as a parent learn more about student options and how we can support families with career planning. If you have any questions, please contact Careers Wales on our free helpline 0800 028 48 44 or chat with an adviser on LIVE WEBCHAT.
YE Learning Zone
YE Learning Zone is home to our brand new digital courses. These have been designed to develop the vital skills young people need to earn and look after their money. Click on the documents below for more information.
Watch this space...