Advice for parents
Are you a parent with teenage children aged between 14 and 19 years old? Do you want to help them make the right decisions about what to do after GCSE and sixth form? Do you need help understanding what choices they have?
Careers Advice is not just for Young People, Parents/Carers also need support to help young people make tough and challenging decisions. Please click here for support as a parent.
Careers advice for parents is a website that has been set up by careers professionals and recommended by the UK Career Development Institute.
Advice for Parents: http://www.parentadviser.co.uk/advice-for-parents.aspx aims to give you an easy-to-read overview of all the essential facts on finding jobs and apprenticeships or choosing further and higher education courses which could make a real difference to your child’s future career prospects.’
This particular site is aimed at parents or guardians of young people who are faced with, or who will be faced with, making decisions about their options post 18. Parent Advisor information about all of the options post 18, including apprenticeships and gap years, as well as Higher Education.
The National Careers Service is also a good, reliable source of impartial advice and guidance.
More advice and materials available to download
- Download this free 'what's next' guide or explore the comprehensive range of easy to read support articles and parent Q&A page to help your child through the choices they are going to have to make.
- SuccessatSchool.org have created several guides to help you take a positive role in your child’s career journey. From university, apprenticeships & other pathways into work, to work experience and employability skills.
- The most current advice for Parents' and Carers' about Apprenticeships.