Career Information

Please use this page to consider your career pathway post 16.

There is a lot of useful information on this page and we will update it as we get information from colleges, employers etc. so keep coming back.

The following organisations are currently covered on this page.

  • Bury Careers Event
  • Bury College
  • Holy Cross College
  • GM Higher
  • Amazing Apprenticeships
  • North Lancs Training Group – Apprenticeships
  • The Growth Company – Apprenticeships
  • National Citizen Service
  • Barclays life skills – Choose your next step

Please click here to see a letter to Year 11 regarding post 16 options form Bury Council – Julien Kramer Interim Assistant Director, Education and Inclusion Children and Young People

Click the below image to be taken to the Bury Careers Event page.


National Careers Week
This year it takes place on 1st – 6th March. The Headline sponsor is NatWest.
National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to provide a focus for careers guidance activity at an important stage in the academic calendar to help support young people leaving education.
https://nationalcareersweek.com/

Bury College

Applications for courses starting Sept 2021:

Bury College is still accepting new online applications and conducting interviews by telephone for courses starting in September 2021
Applications can be made by clicking here

If you are already holding an offer to study at Bury College for September, then you need to confirm your place and accept the offer (if you have not already done so) by doing one of the following options:
Log onto the portal: http://applicantportal.burycollege.ac.uk/
Email: admissions@burycollege.ac.uk
Telephone: 0161 280 8200

Bury College would like to invite you to the re-launch of the Virtual Open Event which will be live on the website from:

Wednesday 24th February

The virtual event has been updated with lots of new features:

  • Updated information on A-levels, Vocational courses and Apprenticeships
  • Details about T-Levels – our brand-new Level 3 qualification
  • Essential information for parents and carers
  • Live chat facility to talk to a member of our advice and guidance team until 8.00pm on Wednesday 24th February

There is no need to book, simply visit www.burycollege.ac.uk and discover the wide range of opportunities available to you.

Holy Cross College

For the latest information from Holy Cross College, please visit https://www.holycross.ac.uk/

GM Higher

For a wealth of information visit the Greater Manchester Higher website for some amazing resources here: https://gmhigher.ac.uk/my-student-journey/

Amazing Apprenticeships

https://amazingapprenticeships.com/resources/ This website has a constantly updated bank of resources about Apprenticeships including materials on Wellbeing in response to the coronavirus crisis. Twitter @AmazingAppsUK

They also offer an opportunity with the RAF to mark International Women’s Day, you can read about that by clicking here.

North Lancs Training Group – Apprenticeships

Their website is very informative https://www.nltg.co.uk/age-16-18/why-choose-an-apprenticeship/ 

The Growth Company

They have supported thousands of young people who want to kick-start their careers. http://www.gceducationandskills.ac.uk/apprenticeships/

National Citizen Service

See their website for the latest opportunities offered by NCS https://wearencs.com/ There are FAQs and a live chat function, and if you want to speak to someone directly, you can call 0800 197 8010

Still not sure? Try the Barclays Life Skills tool

This LINK HERE can help you decide what you want to do next.

Apprenticeships External Links 23rd February 2021

Click here to register to find an apprenticeship through Gov.uk

Click here to be taken to the Rate My Apprentice site, to search all apprenticeships across the UK

Explore the National Careers Service site to gain valuable information on your career pathway