Our team of fully qualified Careers Advisors offer a client-centred service to students studying full-time or part-time courses at the College.
Through 1-2-1 drop-in meetings, we offer confidential, impartial and accessible information, advice and guidance to help you decide your next steps. We support careers education and progression advice through group tutorials and students are able to access advice online 24/7 from the student portal with advice, documents and links that cover the areas listed below.
How we help with your progression?
- Applying to university: navigating UCAS
- Apprenticeship advice
- Finding work: including CV, applications and interview tips
- Student Finance: including 19+ Learning Loan
- Volunteering and gap year advice
What else do we offer?
We deliver Higher Education and Career Fairs each academic year here at the College, providing students with the chance to research many different progression opportunities. Weekly lunchtime advice is available from a range of external companies on topics such as volunteering, Apprenticeships, gap years and part-time jobs.
We have grown our links with both local and large corporate employers over many years, as well as working closely with initiatives such as ‘Inspiring the future’ and ‘Speakers for Schools’. These enable us to offer employer led activities including visits to companies, CV workshops, mentoring and career insight talks.
The College have also been proactive in being part of our local community and working with local community groups to improve access to jobs and training for our students.
Our top 5 destinations for students in 2021 for degree courses were University of Westminster, Middlesex University, London Southbank University and Greenwich University, with some securing places at Queen Marys, which is part of the prestigious Russell Group universities.
We have been accredited by the Matrix quality standard for information, advice and guidance services since 2007.
What is Labour Market Information?
LMI tells you about current and forecast job opportunities in different sectors. For example, it can tell you what average salaries are for particular roles, whether industries are predicted to expand or contract, and about technological or training changes. It is very helpful in planning your career, and therefore in helping you decide what course to choose.
Click here for more info on LMI for All - an online data portal, developed by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills, which brings together existing national sources of LMI that can inform people’s choices about their careers.
The College is committed to helping students make informed choices about their career goals and aspirations.
We are actively working towards meeting the Benchmarks of good career guidance, developed by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation.GOOD CAREER GUIDANCE
If you are an employer or training provider and want to come and talk to our students please click here to see our Employer Access policy and contact details.
We have a range of careers related events, activities and support on offer for our students. Please click on the link below for more info.CAREERS PROGRAMME