Kudos will give you all the information you need to make important decisions about future careers and what subjects, courses and training you can do to reach your career destination.
I have created some useful tutorials to support you – click here.
Y10 College Options Podcast
Year 10 is an really important time to start thinking about what course and college you want to apply for. During this podcast, Joanna Cunliffe our independant Careers Adviser will provide really useful tips to prepare you for making these descisions.
Warrington & Vale Royal College Virtual Open Week
Taking place from Monday 1st June – Friday 5th June, this unmissable event is your opportunity to have a sneak preview into college life and discover more about their impressive facilities and courses.
Throughout the week, expert tutors will be hosting interactive subject talks on Zoom, Instagram and Facebook, allowing a valuable insight into their wide variety of fantastic courses. Tutors are there to help provide guidance and answer questions for future students, so feel free to ask away!
The open week will also feature exclusive videos from careers advisors, apprenticeship recruitment team and dedicated support staff, explaining how they can support you during your time at college and beyond.
Joining couldn’t be easier; simply register using the yellow form to access the Virtual Open Week Portal, where you can view interactive timetables, watch a range of fascinating videos, and apply for courses starting in September. Whether you already have your place or are considering applying, this exciting event is not to be missed.
Sessions will feature employers talking about careers in their industry, as well as providing advice on how to develop the skills that employers are looking for during lockdown. There will also be sessions on how to undertake a successful online interview and a discussion on progression to FE and University. All of the sessions are free to attend and will be led by local business or education professionals, giving young people and parents/ carers opportunities to ask questions live online. Each presenter will also set a challenge for participants to complete, so they will be able to go away and develop their employability skills further after the session has finished.
We would encourage students to watch these sessions live, however they will remain on the site for 12 months and questions can be submitted after broadcast. For more information
These give the opportunity to develop employability-related skills and personal qualities whilst in lockdown.