What next? Helping your young person at a career crossroads

Is your son or daughter in Years 9, 10 or 11 and undecided about their future? Sometimes the most exciting things may happen unexpectedly, but it’s also good to have a plan. Guide your son or daughter to the right career track, because their future starts today.

Here at Activate Learning we want to give you a helping hand, so you can better understand the options out there and how to support your teenager.

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Come along to our free What next after GCSEs? events for parents. Listen to experts on options after GCSEs, routes to university and employment, impartial careers advice and the skills that employers want. Ask questions of our panel, including career advisors, university staff and employers.

You will also get the opportunity to attend one session of your choice, to find out more about topics including: routes to higher education, technology, careers advice and which UK industries are growing most.

What next after GCSEs? is taking place at our Banbury, Oxford and Reading campuses in June. Places are limited and completely free, so book yours today.

One thought on “What next? Helping your young person at a career crossroads

  1. Having spoken to a number of Times Top 100 employers, it is clear that they are targeting future employees earlier and earlier, including college and school leavers. It is important that pupils are provided with plenty of information so they can make good decisions early. Well done Activate for providing this session – it is much needed.

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