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Careers Advice Zone
Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance
The Chelmsford College Careers Programme represents the commitment of the Careers Advice Zone Team, in collaboration with it's teaching and support staff, to provide quality information, advice and careers guidance services to anyone considering or enrolled at the College.
The team are here to provide support and guidance to help you navigate your way through the maze of decisions regarding your future, so that you can make informed and realistic decisions to achieve your next step.
We use the Gatsby Charitable Foundation’s Benchmarks to develop and improve our careers provision.
The service provided is accredited to the Matrix Standard Award for information, advice and guidance services.
Our services include:
- Individual careers advice and guidance interviews
- Post Results Service
- Information on progression routes
- UCAS application support
- Employability skills
- CV and personal statement writing
- Apprenticeship, job vacancies and volunteering opportunities
- Progression Fair with up to 80 stands including employers, training providers and universities
- Industry days and other visiting speakers
- Workshops on topics such as CV writing, job hunting, personal statements and progression
The CAREERS POLICY provides more detail about the careers support which you are entitled to receive before, during and after you leave us.
Appointments can be booked by emailing email@example.com, or by telephone 01245 29 30 31. Alternatively, if you are already with us, drop-in to M004 or P130c.
Careers leader: Sarah-Jane Easdown, Information, Advice and Guidance Manager.
National Apprenticeship Service
How to find and apply for apprenticeships
Information on apprenticeships, gap years, distance learning and jobs.
What to study, where to go and how to get there
The Careers Advice Zone Team has been talking to all students on Level 1 & 2 courses about progression. Download the ‘Future Me’ booklet which highlights the options available to them to consider. The booklet was offered to all students in these groups during tutorial time. It also includes lots of useful websites which will be useful when they are thinking about their next steps.
Do you know that Chelmsford College offers apprenticeships? Is this something you have considered? Do you actually know what an apprenticeship is?
Chelmsford College uses Pathways - a series of tools which embed and connect relevant careers information, drawn from a number of UK sources including national statistics and labour market intelligence to inform and provide comparisons for job prospects, potential earnings and progression routes including Higher Education courses and apprenticeships. This information is intended as a guideline only and Chelmsford College and Pathways accepts no liability for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of information provided.