Careers Advice and Guidance

Individual interviews are available throughout the week for all of our students. Students can make an appointment at a time convenient for them by visiting Student Services.

Our Careers Advisers can help students to make a start with careers ideas and/or check information and guide progress.

Careers Lessons

These are available for students via the tutorial programme in February/March of year one. Students can also opt into extended, specialised ‘professional programmes’ for careers enrichment.

Employment Support

Full and part-time employment vacancies, apprenticeships, company information, advice on CVs, help with applications and interviews, short courses for job seekers.

Bulletins are produced termly, providing updates on careers, courses and enrichment opportunities. Available in tutorials, from Student Services and via the Portal.

Useful Links

  • University Rankings & League Tables

    Best way to find out how university have preformed from last Graduation, from a mix of data from university destinations to student reviews.

  • Worcestershire Apprenticeships

    Search for Local Apprenticeships around Worcestershire, with plenty of filters, so you can focus on the careers you want.

  • The Complete University Guide

    All you need to know about university can be found on this site, from which university to choose to day to day university life.

  • National Careers Service

    The National Careers Service provides high quality, free and impartial careers advice, information and guidance. Services are available to anyone aged 13 and over.

  • All About School Leavers

    All About School Leavers, helps school/college leavers get jobs and understand the career paths available to them. Here, you’ll find information on the different levels of apprenticeship - Intermediate, Advanced, Higher and Degree - as well as the latest school leaver job news and advice to help guide you on your career journey.

  • University Open Days

    Find out when a university has it's open day throughout the year, so you never miss a date, simply search for your university.

  • The Student Room

    Online student community, where you can chat with current university students and get advice.

  • Prospects

    Help guide for university courses.  Match your skills and personality to over 400 job profiles.

  • UCAS

    UCAS is an independent charity providing information, advice, and admissions services. They are there to help people figure out what the next step in their education might be, and to support them when they take that step.

Useful Documents

Student Support - After College

We are committed to helping our students succeed in their chosen careers. That's why we offer career guidance appointments for up to two years after they have left college.

Students applying to university will need a college buzzword that the college can provide, please contact


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Meet the Team

Andrew Fitzpatrick

Andrew Fitzpatrick

Senior Leader for Student Progression & Enrichment

Sarah Mills

College Counsellor

Chris Brayford

Student Services Co-ordinator
Jan W

Jan Whitehorne

Careers Adviser / Deputy Head Student Services

June Devonport

Employer Liaison Officer

Jody Cox

Student Services Co-ordinator

Kath Fox

Careers Adviser

Jenny Jones

Student Finance Officer

Jane Wells

Mental Health & Wellbeing Mentor