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Develop your skills as an adviser
Practical tips when planning and delivering Higher Education advice and guidance to your students, from securing speakers to arranging work experience. Plus, useful careers resources and recommended tools to embed into your day-to-day work.
Advising students about GCSE choices: the basics

Our quick guide will help you understand the facts about GCSE choices and advise your students.

Advice
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Careers tools and recommended resources

Help students on their path to Higher Education by keeping up-to-date with careers tools and resources.

Advice
4 min read
Developing your skills as an adviser

How can teachers improve their careers advice skills? Use our advice as a starting point...

Advice
4 min read
Events and summer schools to prepare students for Higher Education

Some tried and tested ideas for organising events in schools and colleges.

Advice
4 min read
Finding and organising speakers for your students

External speakers can add real value to what you do - read on to find out how to organise them in your school.

Advice
4 min read
GCSE choices: practical ways to guide students

If you're advising Year 9s with GCSE options our advice will help you guide them...

Advice
4 min read
How to help students find worthwhile work experience placements

Find out how to make sure students' work experience placements are worthwhile, suitable and give them something useful to take away.

Advice
4 min read
Teachers - how to promote your subject using the world of work

Careers expert and blogger Janet Colledge advises subject tutors on how to make your subject relevant to the world of work for...

For students
4 min read
University events for your students

The university events and activities that will help students decide on their Higher Education courses.

Advice
3 min read
Using past students to enrich your HE programme

How to keep in touch with past students and make the most of their experiences.

Advice
4 min read
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