How to Choose GCSEs with Confidence. This 30 minute tutorial will give your teen information, advice and weblinks to research and decide which GCSEs to pick. Included is a workbook for them to complete so they recognise their strengths and are able to build the correct foundation for their future career choices.
After this tutorial your teen know how to:
Identify strengths and skills for suitable careers in the future.
Choose GCSEs with confidence knowing you have have selected the subjects that are the best fit for you and your career plans.
Think ahead to possible University courses and the A Levels you will need to consider.
Don't leave your teen's career to chance. Get informed.
Feel assured you have kept your career options open.
Understand fully the implications of your choices.
Our workshops are aimed at 13 - 19 years olds and we recommend that parents also join into the session so they are able to support and encourage their child
Really useful information given and great to have the questions to ask myself. It helped clear up a lot of confusion I had.
Year 9 Student
Lots of knowledge and resources I hadn't heard off. I'm really glad I signed up now.I feel more confident having career conversations.
I thought it was useful to think ahead to University as I had not realised particular A levels were asked for in some degree subjects.
Year 9 student
Hi, I'm Susan Smith
Careers Coach & Employability Expert Post Graduate Diploma in Careers Guidance, Registered Professional with Career Development Institute,
For over 25 years I have worked with university and school students to support informed and successful career decisions. I write and teach career education programmes in schools and universities and I am professionally trained in personality type and its impact on subject choice and career decisions. I am up to date with the latest information and guidance on university admissions criteria and know the A levels and GCSEs looked for in applying to Universities and Degree Apprenticeships.
Get the right information from a qualified careers professional working in schools.