Post 16 Options
Not sure where to start looking at post 16 options? This website is a great place to begin. http://www.careerpilot.org.uk/information/your-choices-at-16
Looking at which 6th Form to study at?
There are many Sixth Forms locally that you can consider, remember you are the customer so make sure you investigate very carefully to find the one that best suits your needs and that you will feel comfortable attending.
You will need to think about:
- The courses they offer
- The methods of assessment- coursework/exam etc
- The facilities they have to offer
- The size of the place
- How you are going to get there
If you want information on individual Sixth Forms and the courses they offer see links below.
Kirk Hallam College: Home | Kirk Hallam Sixth Form College (kirkhallamcollege.co.uk)
Bilborough College: Home - Bilborough College
Derby College: Welcome - DCG : DCG (derby-college.ac.uk)
Which subjects should you choose at A level?
Choosing which subjects to study can be quite daunting so make sure you do your research and find out as much information as you can. If you are thinking about going on to higher education (i.e. university), you need to make sure that choices that you are making now will enable you to study your chosen course at university. Talk to teachers, parents and friends – be prepared to listen to their advice. When you apply to Kirk Hallam College you will have an individual meeting with a senior member of the college to discuss your course choices and how these link to future pathways. This will help to ensure that you make choices which will keep the maximum number of options open to you in the future.
Check the UCAS website https://www.ucas.com/ for University entry requirements.
For more information about qualifications needed for particular jobs and careers click onto https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/
Looking at going to college, perhaps to study other types of courses?
Check out the following websites to look for college courses and training and open day dates:
Bilborough College – https://bilborough.ac.uk/
Burton South Derbyshire College – https://www.bsdc.ac.uk/explore/subject
Buxton College – https://www.blc.ac.uk/
Chesterfield College – https://www.chesterfield.ac.uk/
Confetti College – https://confetti.ac.uk/college-courses-nottingham/
Derby College (Includes Joseph Wright, Roundhouse, Broomfield Hall and the Johnson and Hudson Buildings) – https://www.derby-college.ac.uk/
New College, Nottingham – https://www.nottinghamcollege.ac.uk/
Apprenticeships – vacancy search
An apprenticeship gives you hands on experience, a salary and the opportunity to gain qualifications while you work – even a degree. All of this with some high quality, prestigious companies in loads of different industries.
This section of the Gov.UK website allows you to search for apprenticeships throughout England.
You do not need an account to search but you will need to create one to apply for apprenticeships.
Toyota Apprenticeships 2022 VACANCIES NOW OPEN!!
Apprenticeships at Toyota aren’t just about gaining a qualification. You’ll experience real hands-on work which will enhance your problem-solving skills and develop your confidence & knowledge within a maintenance role.
You’ll start your career working in our on-site World Class Apprentice Academy which combines the sales and manufacturing side of Toyota in the UK. The academy is filled with Apprentices from all over the country in different stages of their scheme. This offers the opportunity to learn from experienced members and develop yourself within a friendly team working environment…So why not join a career that’s made to last!
Please click the following link: https://recruitment.toyotauk.com/apprenticeships/
Rolls-Royce Apprenticeships 2022 VANCANCIES NOW OPEN!!
Your first step towards a brilliant career
Going straight from school to college or university isn’t for everyone. Apprenticeships give you the freedom to start your career straight after your school exams. Gain valuable qualifications, and earn a salary at the same time.
We see our apprentices as the future of our business. We invest in learning and development programmes to equip you with the skills, knowledge and support you need to reach your full potential.
Here are some very user friendly, free Online Resources that have developed to provide information for students (and their parents) about Apprenticeships.
Big Assembly – Something from National Apprenticeship Week
During NAW we will be streaming a Panel Assembly with Q&A’s on Apprenticeships that can be watched live and on demand. www.bigassembly.org
Vacancy Snapshot – This Webpage shows Students a selection of very well-known Companies and Familiar Brands that employ Apprentices. https://amazingapprenticeships.com/vacancies/
Live Broadcasts – A selection of bite-size videos (each about 15 minutes long) Interviewing Apprentices from different sectors to talk about their experiences. https://amazingapprenticeships.com/live-broadcasts/
As well as 6th Form, Colleges and Apprenticeships to consider, there are also many training providers who offer a range of post 16 provision including level 1, level 2 and level 3 courses. Some of these providers offer vocational learning, pre-apprenticeships, traineeships and apprenticeships:
- Cross Country Success!
KHCA students represent the County at Cross Country (PE - 09/12/2021)
- Christmas Dinner, 2021
Thursday 16th December 2021. (Whole School - 07/12/2021)
- Year 11 Science Revision
Please see below for details of upcoming examinations and revision sessions. (Whole School - 01/11/2021)
- Health & Social Care Apprenticeships
Apprenticeships in Health and Social Care, open to those aged 16+ (Whole School - 22/09/2021)
- Year 7 Football Trials
Friday 17th September, 21 (Whole School - 16/09/2021)