Further Help

The following organisations offer individual careers guidance:

For Schools and and FE Colleges

  • Your school or college should have a Careers Teacher or Careers Coordinator. You should also find a selection of useful information on careers in either the school/college library or a careers library within the school or college.
  • Careers Services
    mainly guidance for young people in schools & colleges, but some also provide services to adults.

For University or College Students and Graduates

  • University Careers services
    offer services to current students and recent graduates.
  • Graduate Careerline - staffed by experienced Higher Education Careers Advisers. You pay for the price of the call - the advice is free. Tuesday 3-8pm 020 7554 4515 (London), Wed 3-8pm 0141 553 4177 (Glasgow) Thurs 3-8pm 0117 928 8149 (Bristol). They also take calls through Typetalk 0800 95 95 98.
  • C2 - The Graduate Careers Shop
    guidance service for graduates, whether recent or some time ago.

For adults outside education

  • Careers Services
    mainly guidance for young people in schools & colleges, but some also provide services to adults.
  • Private Careers Guidance
    search for organisations in the Yellow Pages under Careers Advice.
  • Some Occupational Psychologists offer individual careers guidance. Search the Directory of Chartered Psychologists to find one in your area.

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