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Careers guidance helps you decide what A levels to take or what degree is best for you, as well as making the right career choice?
For those maturing into young adults it can be very difficult to see a realistic career path so the aim of the career guidance programme is to identify your real potential, unearth extra skills you didn't know you had, sieve through your career choices leaving only those that are most suitable and realistic, and help you decide what career to aim for as well as how to get there in terms of education and training.
Every career choice can seem daunting. Career guidance from professional careers advisors will help you make the right career decisions and find the perfect career for you.
Our careers guidance programme will help you define your career goals and achieve them. Thousands of people have achieved career success and personal fulfilment as a direct result of our specialist career guidance service.
The aim of career guidance is to identify your true potential, investigate the available options, and make a realistic career plan. Careful psychometric assessment followed by objective career guidance by professional careers advisors can give a big boost to self-confidence and reassure you in your ability to achieve your career goals, now aligned with your interests, personality and abilities.
You may be apprehensive about any kind of assessment. If you have little idea of what you would like to do for a career, but you know you want a career that you will enjoy; then having careers guidance will get you on the right career path for you.
If any of the questions opposite sound familiar, you would almost certainly benefit from our career guidance programme.
To find out more about our careers guidance service, contact us on 0800 999 7778. Or book a place on one of our programmes to help you choose the right career and get career guidance and help from one of our highly-qualified career guidance counsellors.
Our careers guidance programme is aimed at young people in their teenage years and is tailored for all those needing help with understanding what career choices will bring success and personal satisfaction, as well as helping you to decide on which A levels or degree to go for.
Getting professional careers guidance enables you to analyse the real you, find out your motivations and define your career goals, in an unbiased and methodical way.
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Career Analysts provides a completely objective, professional career guidance service utilising wide-ranging psychometric assessments, followed by objective careers advice which you can trust as professional and unbiased.
To understand more about our careers guidance service, call us on 0800 999 7778. Or book a place on one of our programmes to help you choose the right career and get career guidance and help from one of our experienced career guidance counsellors.
If you would like any further information, please feel free to call us on 0800 999 7778 or drop us an email.