Advice and Guidance
We recognise that students join Morley at all stages of their lives and careers. As such, we have a Careers service that will support you in making an informed decision about your next steps and your progression. This service is Matrix Accredited and is available to all current and Prospective students, for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a one to one session with a qualified adviser.
What we support with;
Help to find the right course for you
Our qualified and experienced “Careers and Information Advice and Guidance Officers” can talk through your options, so you can know you are making the choice that is right for you.
This can include:
- different levels of study and whether the course has specific entry requirements
- the subjects we offer
- opportunities to progress to the next level and
- possible careers.
Support in your job search
You might never have had to write a CV or covering letter, or it may have been decades since you last did. Don’t worry. We can help you.
Our Careers Advisors work closely with course tutors and have developed a knowledge base around each curriculum area and what careers they can lead to. Depending on which course you are on, you may have a class workshop on CV writing, applying for a job or writing a cover letter. If not, or you feel like you need some more specific, personalised advice, please contact the team.
Want to go onto University?
Are you unsure what subject you want to study next or where you would like to go? We can help. The team offer UCAS workshops which cover the application process and how to write that stand-out personal statement. They also offer individual appointments where you can discuss your choices, options and next steps.
Gatsby Benchmarks and our commitment to you
The College is working towards achieving all eight Gatsby Benchmarks, and our Careers Programme reflects our ongoing commitment to all our learners have access to;
1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance