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Planning for your future

Planning your future can be daunting and overwhelming, especially when there is so much uncertainty. It's important that you continue on your journey and there are a range of resources and support services available to you so that you do not have to put your future on hold.

Our friendly team of advisors in our Student Information Centre are available all year round and provide information, advice and guidance to help you on your journey and to find a career that suits your skills and abilities.


For current students, we can offer the following services:

  • University options and UCAS Apply support
  • Career and progression planning
  • CV writing & interview techniques
  • Course Fees Support
  • Job search and application support
  • One-to-one guidance appointments
  • Advice by email and telephone

Contact the team:

To maintain a safe working environment, we are unable to offer our face-to-face sessions currently.
We are still here to support you through telephone, email and by organising a one-to-one session on Teams.
Contact us on:

  • Telephone – 01227 811188
  • Email –
  • MS Teams – Contact us to book your appointment

Bursary support:

For students who require support, please report to reception with your mentor and one of the team will come out to help you.  Alternatively, we can provide support through telephone, email and by organising a one-to-one session on Teams.
Contact us on:

One-to-One Sessions

Book a virtual one-to-one guidance session with a member of the IAG team.

Contact the Team

Contact the team by calling 01227811188 or email them on

Support Services

Explore our range of support services and make the most of your time at College.

National Careers Service Skills Assessment

A skills assessment can be helpful at any stage of your career, like when you:

  • start your career
  • return to work
  • progress your career

You may want to take an assessment to help you:

  • find out what interests and motivates you
  • identify your skills
  • find out what you can do with the skills you have

Discover your skills and explore careers

The Gov website offers a National Careers Service Skills Assessment where you can answer questions about the things you like to do or are good at. Understanding yourself can help you work out what careers you may enjoy working in.

Visit the website to find out more.