Career path information for 16-18 year olds, undergraduates and graduates.
Guides those with an interest in engineering or technology through vocational study and higher education choices.
Across sector advice on what's available through further education - real-life stories of learners and employers for learners, parents and employers.
The National Careers Service for young people and adults provides access to online resources and professional guidance on careers, skills and the job market.
Phone, text, email, webchat, and message boards with advisers who offer careers and learning information, advice and support to 13-19 year olds between 8am and 10pm seven days a week.
Careerplayer has 3 main channels:
Careers - information on industry sectors - including engineering - and graduate job roles.
Advice - application tips.
Employers - the latest graduate jobs, graduate scheme and Internship listings.
Composites courses at university
Click here to see a list of universities offering courses in composites.
Find out what engineers earn, what skills you need, what kind of engineering is for you and about the routes into engineering and all the grants, bursaries and scholarships available.
Resources for teachers and employers keen to inspire young people into STEM careers including STEM Ambassadors who volunteer to help schools with STEM clubs, work-related learning, career insights and fairs, workplace visits, mentoring, and competition judging.
A one stop shop for information and resources for students and teachers about the terrific careers available in engineering.
The Semta-backed UKESF aims to increase the number of electronics employers that are Working with Schools; offers talented 17 year-old school students the opportunity to attend UKESF Summer Schools to find out about degree study and careers in Electronic Engineering; and links employers with high-calibre students for Scholarships offering bursaries and practical experience of the industry through mentoring and work placements. Meet the scholars here.
The Make It in Manufacturing campaign was launched by The Manufacturing Institute in 2006 to shake off the myths and negative perceptions that surround the sector and show the outside world, particularly tomorrow's workforce and potential investors, just how much modern industry has to offer. Advice, games, videos and case studies for students as well as resources for parents and teachers.
Moving On is a magazine devoted to informing young people and their parents about making the right choices for their future – education, qualifications and work experience in England.
A website is designed to show students, teachers, careers advisors and parents some of the amazing and unexpected places that studying science, technology, engineering and maths can take you.
Everything you need to know about applying for university and college courses.
Careers information and advice for anyone living in Scotland.
Free careers information and advice for young people, adults, parents, employers and professionals in Wales.
Gwybodaeth a chyngor gyrfaoedd am ddim i bobl ifanc, oedolion, rhieni, cyflogwyr a phobl broffesiynol yng Nghymru.
Free careers information and advice for Northern Ireland.
Information and advice for teachers and careers professionals including multimedia resources that can be downloaded and used in lessons to help students make informed choices about their future.
For career advisors: Keep up to date with everything that is happening in career guidance and development and the wider education, training and employment sectors, through regular information updates such as the Weekly News by Email and quarterly magazine Career Guidance Today
Life Coach Directory was set-up to raise awareness of coaching and to enable visitors to find the most suitable qualified coach for their needs. Coaching is the process of guiding a person from where they are to where they want to be, and can address a range of areas from career advice to family coaching. Life Coach Directory only lists life coaches who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent provided copies of their qualifications and insurance cover.
An ebook to download in English and Welsh showing case studies of women's success through the apprenticeship route.