It’s important that you receive impartial and unbiased information, advice and careers guidance to help you make the right decisions about future choices.
Our Careers Guidance team work closely with schools to arrange a wide range of workshops, roadshows and talks to give you an insight into college life.
In addition to this, the team offer one-to-one CIEaG (Careers Information, Education Advice and Guidance) about our study programmes and your next steps.
They are available in school, or outside of school hours for personalised IAG to get you on the right track.
Parents / Careers are also free to contact the team to book an appointment, to help them gain a better insight into what’s on offer here at North Lindsey College – whether this is straight from school, an apprenticeship or Higher Education.
The Careers Advice and Guidance team are here to support you in making fully informed choices.
This will help move you towards realising your ambitions and unlocking your potential.
We know that you face a future in a fast changing world, career opportunities today will vary from those potentially available in the future; plus you may change your mind about your career direction and options.
The Careers Advice and Guidance team can help you to:
• Find out about courses on offer
• Recognise your skills
• Consider choices and options open to you
• Make informed decisions about your future
• Create an action plan to help you take your next steps
We can also offer you:
• Impartial guidance interviews with qualified staff
• Pre-entry, on-course and exit guidance for students
• Information on learning opportunities, occupations and career development
• Information on careers, education, apprenticeships and training
• Local and national information on College and university education
• Access to a range of resources available to individuals including online resources
• Access to specialist local help for vulnerable young people and those with additional needs
• Referral to internal and external sources of additional support
This is available to current and potential students of any age.
The College promotes and supports equality of opportunity and wherever possible the College will seek to provide you with the information in a format which most suits your needs.
Our Student Services team achieved the Matrix Standard for IAG in 2019. The Matrix Standard is a unique quality standard for organisations to assess and measure their advice and support services, which ultimately supports individuals in their choice of career, learning, work and life goals.
Careerometer: A tool to compare career options
This is a tool provided by LMI for All which you can use to search and compare different career options.
Use the tool to find out average salaries, working hours and much more.
Still in school and want to learn more about your favourite subject?
Our virtual open events are a fantastic way to learn all about our curriculum, what it’s like to study at North Lindsey College and how we support you to progress to employment, further training, an apprenticeship or employment.
When possible we will offer After School Clubs, these are an opportunity come onto campus, meet your new tutors and other student and do something fun in the process!
To request further information please call our Customer Services team on 01724 281111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Careers, information and guidance information is updated yearly and will be reviewed in July 2021.
Careers Guidance Events
– Campus Tours
Our Careers team are available to give individual and group tours of our fantastic facilities.
Whether this is our brand new Animal Management Centre, housing over 72 different species of animals, to our multi-million pound Engineering Technology Centre, air cabin, Kingsway Fitness Suite or look at the social side of college life with our own on campus Starbucks and Costa Coffee.
Contact the team on email@example.com for further information and to book your tour.
– Open Events
North Lindsey College’s open events are a great way to get to know us even better, come onto campus and wander around at your own pace.
Our full campus tends to be open during these events, with subject areas hosting a variety of activities for you to have a go at. Our tutors are also on hand to talk to you in depth about our study programmes.
Help is also on hand during these events to learn more about the financial support available and wider support available to our students.
Click here to see all of our open events.
– Advice and Enrolment
These events are slightly different to our open events, in that the full campus is not open. However, all of our subject areas are represented in our Learning Resource Centre (LRC).
They are informal evening events whereby you can come along, chat to tutors and make your application for 2019 if you are ready.
Careers Guidance are also on hand for that personalise advice to help you pick the right study programme.