We have qualified advisors on hand to give you impartial advice and information about the pathways to your future career. This includes help with doing further study or training at CONEL or with another provider, finding the right part-time or full-time job and preparing for interviews, or choosing and applying for a place at university.
We can help you if you are:
Our impartial help and advice service provides you with a high standard of confidential information, advice and guidance to direct you to the learning area you need, based on your future goals – whether that be university or your dream career. As our service is completely impartial, this can include referring you to another college or learning provider, if necessary – we want you to make the right choice for your future.
Brenda Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org
Impartial careers advice
We offer individual advice about your specific career options and next steps
We can talk to you about
We help you learn transferrable and industry-specific skills for the workplace, as well as how to create job applications that will make you stand out
Opportunities to network
We run workshops, events, one-to-one meetings, through your course or by connecting with you directly
We also support many work experience placements at CONEL, from finding you a placement and preparing you before you go, to supporting you on the placement and helping you identify the skills you’re gaining along the way
Each year we run Higher Education fairs, as well as other events throughout the year supported by employers, universities, and other organisations.
We advise teaching staff on developing careers education and planning activities in their courses to help enhance employability and confidence with career planning. We also actively source and advertise mentoring schemes to support disadvantaged students seeking progression into employment, training or education.
Jan Dunster – email@example.com