RESULTS DAY 2022
You’ve got your results… what next?
We have put together a series of links to services and advice and guidance, tailored to helping you with those important next steps.
The following guides are a mix of either reading guides or videos that should get you well on the way. An icon has been provided next to each link to highlight whether it is a video or written guide.
So get stuck in and get your career journey on its way. Good luck!
Be More Apprenticeship Support Team: Providing free impartial advice and information on apprenticeships across the Liverpool City Region
LCR Youth Hub: Discover careers events and opportunities near you.
National Careers Service: Explore your education and training choices
Amazing Apprenticeships: Find an apprenticeship, resources, vacancy snapshots, careers, inspiration, advice & more!
BBC Bitesize: Learn more about the world of work
BBC Bitesize: What next if you’re staying on at school?
BBC Bitesize: What next if you want to take a vocational route?
A Level, T Level, and VTQ results: Everything you need to know
GCSE and Level 2 and below VTQ results: Everything you need to know
My Choices: Take a look at the full playlist of helpful videos:
All About Futures: Education, Careers & Apprenticeship Support – Interactive Map
Learn Live: My Week of Work – Hear from employers and learn about their roles
All About STEM: Results Time: Apprenticeships Hints & Tips for Parents & Carers
Elevate EBP: We prepare young people for work
My choices: Apprenticeship Myths Busted!
My Choices: An introduction to uni taster days
My Choices: Top tips for CV writing with Axa
Shaping Futures: A downloadable pack designed to support learners, parents and carers in understanding transitions into GCSE, Further Education and Higher Education studies.
The Learning Foundry: Are you 16-24 and wondering what to do next?
Department for Education: The Education Hub is a site for parents, pupils, education professionals and the media
Department for Education: Looking for guidance on your next steps after exams? Here’s some advice from a National Careers Service adviser