If you’re not sure whether to apply for a course at College or if an apprenticeship would suit you better, make an appointment to discuss the options with one of our qualified careers Guidance Advisers.
We will help you to draw up an action plan of the steps you need to take to achieve your career and education goals.
To make an appointment with a Careers Guidance Adviser call our Information Office on 030 030 32435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at our Careers Service leaflet to find out what to expect at a guidance appointment.
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Leaflet
The College is committed to ensuring that students have a planned careers programme to enable them to make informed choices about their individual careers aspirations.
As an organisation, there is a team approach to planning and running our careers programme; this is coordinated by the College Careers Leader who is supported by the Senior Leadership Team and Governors.
The Careers Leader for the College is Rachael Adair, Head of Library and Guidance. Rachael can be contacted at email@example.com
The College has a core careers programme which all our full time students (16 – 18 year olds) follow as part of their continuing professional development sessions within their study programme; this includes access to personalised impartial careers guidance from a qualified careers adviser.
Careers Programme 18-19
Not sure what you which career path to take? Take a look at Career Coach to find out about different careers, including current local data on wages and employment opportunities in our region. This service is available if you’re thinking about coming to College and also if you’re already a student.
Learn more about our Lincoln College Career Coach.
Parents and Carers
Take a look at Career Coach to find out about different career options that might suit your child.
There following websites provide useful information for parents and carers:
Careers Advice for Parents
Schools Liaison Service
We work with local schools to promote the education and training opportunities available through college so that young people have access to information about both academic and vocational routes and they can consider all the options available to them. School liaison activities include school assemblies, careers days and parents evenings. We also offer schools the opportunity to bring pupils to the campus to experience college life.
Schools Liaison Service guide
Once you’re enrolled at College you’ll have access to careers education, information, advice and guidance throughout your programme.
The team of qualified careers Guidance Advisers provide information, advice and guidance on the following topics:
Career planning and progression
CVs and job applications
University applications (UCAS)
Volunteering and work experience
Students also have access to the Careers Guidance information on Moodle as well as the careers resources available in the College Library.
To make an appointment visit reception, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01522 876220
Guidance Team Leaflet