As a parent you are expected to have all the answers, but in a constantly evolving world it can be a struggle to keep up with the latest options out there. Are apprenticeships right for your child? Should they be considering BTECs or T levels? And how can you guide your child to make choices at GCSE and A Level that will set them up for a brighter future?
Helping teens to decide on their future can seem more of a challenge now than ever whether you are a parent, a carer or a teacher. But don’t worry, professional help is on hand right here. So, whether you are worrying about advising your teen, helping them with choosing their career path, wanting sources of information and help, keen to look at different sectors, want help with understanding choices at 16, you’ve come to the right place.
The first place to recommend is Careers advice for parents, here you can find lots of information to help you give informed advice to your teen or Ansbury guidance
Encourage your teen to get the most from their Life skills lessons, CEIAG within school and to attend the Careers Fair.
Why not attend our annual Careers Fair: Second week in November.
Why not go through some of these with your teen to look together at some of the options available for them: