Careers at Castle School
Year 11, 12 and 13 recently attended the National School and College Leaver Festival. Here we met a range of education and training providers and employers and got to try out lots of different activities and discover education and career opportunities we had never thought of before.
Click below to find out about Apprenticeships and discover whether they could be right for you.
Click below to see a brand new 6-minute film (with British Sign Language interpretation) following the inspirational stories of apprentices with learning differences, disabilities and health conditions. Learn how these apprentices are progressing their careers through apprenticeships and the ways that their employers and training providers are supporting them.
Click below for Open Day information for South Staffordshire College- Cannock, Lichfield, Rodbaston, Tamworth and TORC.
City of Wolverhampton College Open Days. Click here for more information
Click here for the new City of Wolverhampton College online prospectus.
For QAC open day dates and information visit https://www.qac.ac.uk/future-events.htm
The SEND My Choices guide can be found here
Labour Market Information for our area can be found here.
|Walsall Construction Overview.pdf
|Walsall Digital and Technology Overview.pdf
|Walsall Haulage and Logistics Overview.pdf
|Walsall Health and Social Care Overview.pdf
|Walsall Hospitality Overview.pdf
|Walsall Manufacturing and Engineering Overview.pdf
Around My Town is a series produced to tell you more about the jobs in the local area. Click below to view.
Amazing Apprenticeships new arcade contains games to develop your knowledge and understanding of apprenticeships.
Click here to access the latest Get Ahead newsletter from Disability Rights UK
Take the 4Schools Quiz to see what creative careers in TV and Broadcasting might suit you!
Click below to download the slides from the Juniper Training presentation at our last Careers Event
Click here for information about the new Skills Tank site, Bloxwich.
Preparing for your journey onto college, university, a training course or employment can feel overwhelming. This toolkit for young people is designed to help prepare you for successful careers guidance sessions and work experience placements.
Hereward College provides study programmes, learning experiences, and award winning work placement opportunities for young people (age 16-25) with complex disabilities and learning difficulties.
Use the Skillsometer tool from LMI for all to find out what jobs could be good for you in future:
Use the Careerometer tool from LMI for all to find out more information about jobs you are interested in:
Destinations Data 2021-22
Destinations Data 2020-21