A brilliant repository of Hepp’s resources – activities, videos, information sheets, lesson plans and presentations that you can use with your students. Registration to access the resources is free and only takes a few minutes.
Our team of qualified careers advisers (Higher Education Progression Advisers) work with school and college staff to deliver targeted careers support to learners, giving students (and parents) the information, advice and guidance they need to progress onto their next steps and achieve their goals.
Our HE Progression Advisers are here to help if you need any support in your school, sixth form or college. Below are a few resources that may help staff, students and parents which are in addition to our new 2022/23 online offer.
Free one to one careers guidance appointment with a HeppSY careers adviser
Do you need help to work out what you want to do next, how to achieve your career goals or work out your career goal? If you study at a HeppSY school, sixth form or college and are in year 10 to 13 (or level 3 year 2), you can book a free 30 minute telephone appointment with one of our level 7 qualified careers advisers.
We’re impartial and focus on what is right for you. Our expertise is in progressing to higher education (university level study), but we won’t push a particular route with you. We are happy to speak to parents and carers of students who meet the criteria above. Please fill in this form with your details and we’ll get back to you.
We created a series of pre 16 and post 16 slides for National Careers Week that list careers related to a particular subject, skills developed in that subject and HE courses linked to that subject.
We also have a popular Continuing Professional Development (CPD) offer for staff.
LMI for All is an up to date and reliable source of labour market information, to help inform career decisions and help you think about your future career. Why not try adding a job you’re interested in to the boxes below? You can see how much you might expect to earn, and predictions on the future workforce (are there expected to be more or less of these jobs in future?). You can also compare them with the UK average.
Unsure about what career you’d like to do? Take this quick Skillsometer quiz to discover jobs you might like to do in the future. You will be presented with a series of statements. Select the emoji that shows how you feel about each statement. You will be given suggestions of jobs you might be interested in linked to what you most enjoy doing.