Customer Stories

Prospects supports The Queen Elizabeth Academy

"Prospects has made our life easier."

06 October 2017|Number of views (196)

Schools have a statutory duty to provide independent careers guidance for their students. Prospects, as the largest employer of qualified careers advisers in the country provides tailored career guidance services for schools by request. One school who buys in Prospects’ services is The Queen Elizabeth Academy (TQEA) in Warwickshire.


Prospects helps individuals to overcome their difficulties

"I have found working with Prospects one of the best experiences of my life."

03 October 2017|Number of views (136)

Before contacting Prospects Laura* faced a number of difficulties in her personal life, and consequently struggled with mental health problems and anxiety. She was put in touch with Prospects who enrolled her on the Government's Work Programme.  


From redundancy to promotion within five months, thanks to the National Careers Service

"This experience has massively improved my confidence, so much so I was promoted in my new job in just five months."

29 August 2017|Number of views (182)

Mark was an experienced, bi-lingual software developer working in the gaming industry in London. However, following a shock redundancy he was presented with the opportunity to re-evaluate his career goals and make the best use of his unique language skills.


Jane didn't know what a CV was, but thanks to the National Careers Service she now believes she can do anything

"Before I came to the National Careers Service I had no self-confidence, yet now I have, and I really believe I can do anything I put my mind to."

29 August 2017|Number of views (177)

51 year old Jane hadn’t been in work for over 20 years, and had no idea what a CV was before she received support and guidance from the National Careers Service.


National Careers Service helps one man realise his dream of becoming a social worker

"I have a bright future to look forward to and an exciting and challenging career in social work."

29 August 2017|Number of views (162)

After seven years of failed attempts to get accepted on to his dream university course, 41 year old *Aaron from Enfield succeeded first time with tailored help from the National Careers Service.


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