Careers Advice and Guidance

Careers AdvicePlus

Careers AdvicePlus is designed in consultation with and for schools and colleges looking to meet their statutory requirements and to support their learners in making successful transitions and achieve success. Our unique package of careers services is tailored to meet customers' priorities, budgets and students’ learning styles.

Head teachers and governing bodies have a statutory duty to secure impartial and independent careers guidance for every student from a specialist guidance supplier. Schools will have the power to set their own budget and contract with a supplier of their choice. Arrangements schools and colleges make will be tested through Department for Education destination measures and inspection. Schools and colleges can undertake a Prospects careers health checks to asses their current provision.

Prospects is one of the largest suppliers of careers guidance, employability activities, targeted support, curriculum development and data handling to schools and colleges in the UK. Schools and colleges choose us because we are synonymous with innovation, professionalism, quality, responsiveness and value for money.

Careers AdvicePlus can be divided into five broad categories;

  • Careers Guidance
  • Employability
  • Targeted Support
  • Curriculum Development
  • Data Handling

Careers AdvicePlus can help individual or a cluster of schools and colleges, or an area wide consortium. Our prices are highly competitive.

Find out more about Prospects Careers AdvicePlus

Who to contact

For further information

Careers and Skills team

For more information please email us stating your region, so we can respond appropriately.

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What people say

"Our Careers Adviser provides advice and guidance in a way that meets the needs of our students. He is careful to make sure that students are seen at an appropriate stage in their decision making process, and has worked out a pattern of individual and small group interviews that means our time can be managed effectively."

Bexley Grammar School, Bexley.