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Resources and careers information on working in the Creative Industries' Sector which comprises TV, film, radio, interactive media, animation, computer games, facilities, photo imaging, publishing, advertising and fashion and textiles.
View careers information on the creative and cultural industries. It includes craft, cultural heritage, design, libraries & archives, literature, music, theatre & dance, visual arts, advertising, animation, computer games, fashion, film, interactive media, photo imaging, publishing, radio, technical facilities and TV.
Provides information to anyone interested in drama and the careers related to it with a route map to the training and opportunities available.
Info on careers from food to fashion that have a positive impact on the future of our planet.
See the Land-based and Environmental Careers. Explores Agriculture, Animal Care, Animal Technology, Aquaculture, Environmental Conservation, Equine, Farriery, Fencing, Fisheries Management, Floristry, Game & Wildlife Management, Land-based engineering, Horticulture, Landscaping & Sports Turf, Production Horticulture, Trees & Timber and Veterinary Activities.
Quarrying gives us the rock, sand and gravel we need for places to live, work and play. Are you mapping out your future? If so, you might like to take a closer look at an industry many of us take for granted and the careers there are. Look beneath the surface and you will find a vibrant, high tech and environmentally responsible industry that offers a host of exciting and rewarding challenges.
All you need to know about careers in the finance sector and how to get a rewarding career through work experience, school leaver schemes and apprenticeships.
Discover careers in food and drink industry.
Working in housing is not just about the building - it’s about making a positive difference to people’s lives, their communities and their life chances by providing them with a decent home and environment in which to live. Over 150,000 people are estimated to work in the affordable housing industry in the UK. A career in housing is exciting and can provide an incredible variety of options, from housing management to residential involvement and from development to supported housing – to mention just a few. Put simply - if you want to make a positive difference working housing is for you!
Fancy a career in IT? But not quite sure what is involved? This site shows you some of the incredible places that education and careers in technology can take you. Big ambition your digital career starts here.
Future Lawyers Network is a unique resource to help current and prospective law students become successful modern lawyers. With expert advice and insight, they aim to help you understand the legal market, prepare you for interviews and manage the early stages of your career.
View information about careers in law and entry routes.
If you are a performer, casting professional or agent, click on the relevant link to the left to find out more about what Spotlight can do for you!
Use this resource which shows the range of careers where mathematics plays a significant role.
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View useful information on careers and apprenticeships in the motor industry.
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Find out more about working in a wide range of areas, from forecasting, observations, technology and engineering to marketing, business development or finance. Find out about the benefits and rewards you can get if you work for the Met Office.
Everything you could possibly want to know about working for the BBC. It includes types of careers, details about work experience and internships, access to their careers hub and current vacancies.
There are many different types of jobs in the horse racing industry. This website has case studies, details about the jobs, what’s involved in the jobs, qualifications and advice.
So you want to work in social research? This site offers general advice available on who social researchers work for, training, qualifications needed and where to job search.
EDT (engineering Development Trust) is the largest provider of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) enrichment activities for UK youth. They provide opportunities for 11-21 year olds to enhance their technical, personal and employability skills through industry-led projects, industrial placements and specialised courses. They develop partnerships, build links between education and industry and help organisations reach talent and connect with young engineers and scientists across the UK.
Look at up to date information about getting into the teaching profession. If you are interested in this career, this website is a must for you. You'll find out about the different training routes and what a career in teaching has to offer.