Careers
Advice


Do you have questions about what you want to do when you finish school?  Do you know what your choices are?

Careers education and guidance programmes make a major contribution to preparing young people for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life. They enable students to increase their knowledge, develop understanding and skills relevant to life in a rapidly changing world. A planned progressive programme of activities supports them in choosing 14 – 19 pathways that suit their interests and abilities and help them to follow a career path and sustain employability throughout their working lives.

Staffordshire University Academy is committed to providing a programme of careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) for all students in Years 7 – 13. The academy endeavours to follow the Statutory Guidance for Schools (DCSF, 2014) and other relevant guidance from the DfES, QCA, CDI and Ofsted.

If you have any concerns or thoughts about anything to do with careers why not come and have a chat to our independent Careers Advisor, Mrs Garner?

Mrs Garner is based in the Library on a Wednesday and is available during first and second break, so please pop in and say 'hello’. You can talk about jobs, apprenticeships, staying on for Sixth Form, College, University, volunteering or anything else to do with careers.

You can also email careers@suacademy.co.uk to arrange an appointment.

Explore our career advice website for more information – https://successatschool.org/​

 

 

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