Careers Resources

Click on the icons to learn more about careers, pathways and great opportunities to build your knowledge and skill base to tackle further study or the workplace.

National Citizen Service. Learn more about volunteering and taking on big and exciting projects to develop knowledge and skills to support future study or work.

Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE). Take on life-changing experiences whilst making new friends and discovering new interests and talents.


National Career Service. For Careers advice, job profiles, information, resources and more. 

TARGET careers is here to help school leavers make decisions about their future. Explore options for careers, university or apprenticeship and get help applying successfully.


Whether you’re deciding what to study, taking your exams, planning a career, or just curious, we’re here to explain the world of work, with advice from people who’ve found the right path for them.


The latest news, advice and guidance to help you land your dream job in the sports industry.


Prospects provide information on job and work experience, postgraduate study, career advice and apply for university.


Career videos, job information and ideas for your future.



Career exploration, jobs & advice.


Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.

Career advice for students aged 13-19. Search jobs, advice and find out about employers, work experience, courses, university and  career choices



LifeSkills provides skills and knowledge they need for work with tools, tips and learning resources


Career opportunities for science and maths.


Creative & Cultural Skills work across the UK to create a fair and skilled culture sector by shaping skills, education and employment best practice.


The Greater Manchester NHS Careers & Engagement Hub aims at improving the information and support available to people who are looking for career opportunities in the NHS throughout the region.


Opportunities for pupils not wanting to go to university