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Supporting Students to Make Choices at Age 18

Expert Speaker Programme:

Supporting Students to Make Choices at Age 18

Our Expert Speaker Programme offers valuable CPD for education professionals on a variety of topics.

The event will run via zoom from 4:00-5:00pm.

If you have any questions regarding this event please email or

What will the session cover?

This session focuses on supporting teachers and advisers to help their students to make higher education choices. Participants will be encouraged to consider the best support for students deciding on a degree subject by thinking about career ambitions, or pursuing areas of academic interest. Resources which enable students to consider appropriate qualification choices for different courses will be demonstrated. The session will also look at types of university course, including sandwich courses and degree apprenticeships as well as the differences between more and less selective universities.

Who is it for?

This session is aimed at any education staff who work with young people from ages 16-18.

Further Information

Venita Chahal is the Project Manager for Advancing Access – an initiative of the 24 Russell Group universities which focus on CPD for Teachers and Careers Advisers.

Presenter Information

Venita Chahal

Project Manager for Advancing Access