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Career Information, Advice & Guidance

With so many options and so much information, the process of choosing your next move can be more than a little confusing.

Use our careers explorer below to find out what opportunities are available for you.

Careers Lead: Kayleigh Norris

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Making decisions about your future can be daunting.

Perhaps you’d like to study a vocational course at college? Maybe you’d like to find out more about going on to university? You might be keen to earn while you learn and start an apprenticeship? Or perhaps you want more information on local career opportunities.

Whichever route appeals to you, you must do your research first. By spending some time finding out more, you can help ensure you make a choice that’s right for you. To help you on your way, we have provided below a list of useful career pathways which cover a range of educational routes

Suffolk New College’s CEIAG (careers education, information, advice and guidance) programme is based upon the Gatsby Foundation’s Good Career Guidance benchmarks.

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