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Life after education can be tough – we change as people, we learn more about ourselves and that includes what we want to do in life. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. The decisions we make whilst young and in education often mean we have to alter our paths later in life. Do you now feel like your qualifications are irrelevant to the career you actually want? Perhaps you left education with limited qualifications?

To succeed in a career, you need a solid plan. School leavers often get stuck in jobs they cannot see turning into careers - whilst too many apprentices drop out without completing their course due to low pay and long, drawn-out learning. Even a huge percentage of university graduates end up in non-grad relevant roles immediately after leaving university.

If apprenticeships, college or university isn’t for you, or you’re now finding your previous studies no longer suit your career requirements we can help you.

 

26% of apprentices stop midway through courses

11% of 16-24 year olds aren't in education, employment or training

49% of graduates are working in non-grad relevant roles

Similar to buying a home, the most difficult part of climbing the career ladder is getting on the ladder in the first place. It’s important to avoid becoming a statistic by managing your own expectations effectively. You will need to successfully on-board yourself through entry-level roles and use your newly acquired experience to help you climb the career ladder and get you where you want to be.

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We want all our students to think about their life decisions so we can work with them towards achieving a common goal – empowering lifelong skills and careers. We want to inspire you to achieve – and we’ll help you gain career-relevant and certified skills whilst connecting you with the opportunities you need to succeed.

Your new career starts with a conversation – speak to one of our Academy Assessors today or download our eGuide for more information.

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