Skills Development Scotland
Your Careers Adviser at Stirling High School is Alison Adam. Drop-in sessions are on Thursday lunchtime in Room 157, no appointment required. If you do need an appointment speak with your Pupil Support teacher or email Alison on firstname.lastname@example.org
Your nearest Skills Development Scotland office is at 66 Upper Craigs, Stirling, FK8 2DS, Tel 01786 462036.
Also check out My World of Work – the place to start for finding out about options after school
- Course Search, My Strengths, CV Builder, job vacancies search
- Wide range of video clips of people talking about their job roles
- Content relevant to the world of work and current Labour Market Information
- Web chat facility for several of the tools such as the CV builder
Advice here on the Skills Development Scotland website
Here are the latest Job Opportunities for Stirling
See more career related websites below:
World of Work Online
My World of Work Online aims to enhance and support work placements by enabling you to step into different workplaces through a computer, whether in school or at home.
Within this resource you can discover and explore a variety of job roles, some of which will be familiar to you and others that you might not be aware of
Apprenticeships in Scotland
Apprenticeships in Scotland is a great website giving advice and current opportunities for apprenticeships. Advice here. Child Benefit can help with the cost of raising a child and keeping them in school. Other education benefits are available in the UK, including student loans to fund further study.
PlanIT Plus is Scotland’s most accurate and up-to-date resource of careers, learning and school information.
The team at S1Jobs.com help young adults find employment:
They have a great careers advice and CV tips – http://www.s1jobs.com/newsandguides/guides/
2016-17 University Open Days Here
S6 Careers Information and help Here