We have an Employability Coach and representative of the National Careers Service based at the main site at Crowndale Road. They provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
We can support with advice on the different stages of a job hunt, getting back into work or a change of career direction through personal appointments with the College’s Employability Coach or a representative of the National Careers Service.
At your appointment, they will discuss the ways you search for jobs, voluntary work or apprenticeships and guide you through the process of making job applications. They can help you write an effective CV, update and improve your CV before you send off your application and will even help you improve your interview technique by offering tips and practice opportunities.
They can advise on matching your skills to job opportunities and give you guidance on areas where you might need to improve or further study to maximise your chances of successfully progressing into your chosen career.
To support you further, we have a noticeboard in the Learner Centre with current job and voluntary opportunities.
If you would like to seek advice about your next steps our team of advisors can help you consider your options for further study and help you look for courses and learning providers.
If you are currently studying on a Level 3 diploma course at the College and are applying to university, we can offer you information and guidance on applying to university and can check your personal statement.
Appointments can be booked in the College Library or the Learning Centre.
If you are unable to attend your booked session, please contact email@example.com or 020 7255 4752
In April 2020 the College was once again awarded the highly valued Matrix accreditation for its delivery of Initial Advice and Guidance and support for its learners.