Future Thinking: Your Options after Education
If you’re waiting for exam results this August, you may have a few questions or worries. Don’t worry, we know that most people aged between 15 and 19 have been thinking about this day all summer.
The biggest question is either, “what happens if I get bad results?”, or "what should I do next?". The truth is, it’s not the end of the world, and you don't need to rush.
You’ll probably be disappointed that you didn’t get the results you expected, but it won’t hold you back from going far in life. There are plenty of opportunities to make sure you can achieve your goals – whatever they are. Whether you need to retake your GCSE’s or go on to study subjects which meet your interests, we can help you to find a course and provider to suit you.
Alternatively, an apprenticeship can help you to work toward a qualification while earning money and using your skills in a real business.
You possibly already know that apprenticeships are a mix of on the job training and studying. They’re becoming more and more popular for those looking ahead to their next steps (after school or college or even further along in your career – yes really!), and we think Tasha explains why perfectly:
All you have to do is call us on 08000 85 85 20, or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting Care Leavers in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
Both Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire County Council have now released their Care Leaver’s Local Offer – guidance, support and services which are available for those who have left care or are due to leave care soon, age 18 – 25.Read More