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What next after exam results?

22 August 2014

Whether your results were better or worse than you anticipated, you may now be re-evaluating your options for the future. Prospects offers a range of local services across the country, giving free impartial advice and support to help you take your next step.

If you collected your GCSE results and left year 11 this summer, you must remain in learning for at least another year. Your options include remaining at school for sixth form, going to college, finding an apprenticeship or work based learning.

If you received your A-level results this summer your options include finding an apprenticeship, work based learning opportunity, job or going to university.

Prospects can help you make these important decisions through our a range of services, depending on where you live. Prospects delivers National Careers Service contracts, on behalf of the Skills Funding Agency, in London, Yorkshire and the Humber, West Midlands and Bristol. Our expert advisers are knowledgeable, enthusiastic and impartial. They offer support with decisions about education and training courses, career planning, developing winning CVs and job search. Prospects also delivers Connexions services, on behalf of local authorities, in Brent, Milton Keynes, Bradford, Wakefield and Wolverhampton, and provides other targeted support for young people across the country, including information, advice and guidance.

Find out how Prospects can help you by visiting the Helping young people into work and training section of this website, where you can find information and contact details for your area, or visit the National Careers Service website.
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