There are lots of different ways to learn. Some people study best in lectures and classes. For others, hands- on training like apprenticeships is best. However you want to learn, there's something to suit you and we're here to help guide you through options available.
Types of learning options
We've got online resources to different types of learning options for you to explore. However, if you would like to speak to someone, our career advisers are always here to help. Call 0800 917 8000, our line is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. They can give you some guidance about what your next steps could be. Alternatively, you can make a face-to-face appointment by contacting your local centre.
College and university
Picking the right course, college or uni and campus can be tricky. We're here to help guide on making a choice that's right for you.
Find out about online learning and whether it's right for you.
Events and fairs
Explore the different universities, colleges and employers by attending exhibitions and open days.
Up for a fun, challenging new experience? Help others and your career by volunteering.
A year out after finishing school, during your studies or even from work could you give room to think. Find out more what you could do in a gap year.
Certificate of Work Readiness
If you do not have the experience you need, the Certificate of Work Readiness can help you prepare for work. You'll build the skills, experience and confidence that employers love to see on your CV.
Learning on the job
Sometimes the best way to learn something is by actually doing it. Find out about learning on the job.
Additional support for learning
We've pulled together some organisations who can help people who need additional support in learning.