Careers: What next?
Careers information advice and guidance is delivered in Hindley High School by Aspiring Futures Career Service, This service is” a bought in” service for students in Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 to ensure they have all the necessary impartial information advice and guidance regarding their future; option choices when in year 9, and post 16 options such as College, Training providers, Apprenticeship, University, Volunteering, Traineeships.
Y 7 are made aware of the service via assemblies and we have placed posters in Y7 form rooms with days and times Catherine is in school.
The linked named careers adviser is Joan Courtney, she is in school on Wednesday in the careers office in E-
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Wigan Council Values:
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Wigan Aspiring Futures Career Service mission statement:
Wigan Aspiring Futures Career Service’s mission is to provide impartial and independent careers information, advice and guidance to young people which actively raises their aspirations and allows them to develop the skills to become effective lifelong career planners. We want all young people to reach their potential, to enjoy successful and rewarding careers and to contribute positively to Wigan’s economy. We believe this can most effectively be delivered through strong partnerships with local stakeholders including learning providers, employers and parents.
Wigan Aspiring Futures Career Service Values:
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APPRENTICESHIP ADVICE FOR YEAR 11
ESSENTIAL EXAM AND CAREERS LINKS
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Careers information and Guidance solutions for all ages. Click the link below for more information.