Information, Advice and Guidance

Career Guidance

Your time at college is valuable and how you spend it will determine what direction you take. We are here to help you make an informed decision – so make use of us while you can! We can help you in a number of ways:

  • Whilst you are at college, we can help you to decide which career pathway is best suited for you by considering your interests and your abilities
  • We can support you in finding out information on your options following your course – whether this be more education, training or into work

Information Advice Centre

We have a fully stocked careers library as well as a selection of computerised career programmes to help you research different careers and decide upon your future direction.

Useful Online Careers Resources

Want to know what you can do with your course? Moodle has a collection of all the best career information and job vacancy sites that relate to the vocational study areas offered by Reaseheath.

  • Extensive information on careers and courses
  • Useful sections on CV writing, interviews, job seeking and assessing your skills and interests
  • Support with UCAS applications
  • Our own Job Shop

Job Shop

In the student restaurant employability boards have been set up to support and help students with all aspects of employability.

“All students whilst on their study programme at Reaseheath College have an entitlement to a free impartial Careers and Guidance review with a qualified CEIAG Advisor”

The College’s careers service will help students with:

  • Employability – Helping students to write a CV; Looking at typical Q&A that they may encounter at Job interviews etc.
  • List up to date job vacancies – (part time vacancies prior to Easter half term – then full time after Easter half term)
  • Apprenticeships – Looking at how to apply for Apprenticeships and sign posting
  • Degree Courses and Advice for those going into HE – Looking at Personal Statements, UCAS applications, HE finances and accommodation issues

All the jobs and CEIAG will be accessible on Moodle.

Careers meetings are conducted by qualified careers advisors who are available for students to make an appointment and discuss their requirements everyday.

The Careers office can be found in Centrepoint.

Careers Coordinator

Robert Icke
Robert IckeCareers Coordinator
Kenny Nolan
Kenny NolanCareers and Work Placement