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Take the iCould quiz to find out your strengths and explore subject choices and jobs that could suit you.

The Young People Index® is a revolutionary online instrument that is transforming young people’s lives, helping you to nurture your key talents.

Careers information and tools for 11-19 year olds, all in one place.

Broken down into three easy steps:

  1. Start with you
  2. Explore your options
  3. Plan your next steps

    This activity booklet provides information about choosing a career, alongside tips on how to boost your skills and employment opportunities.

    A good place to start is to recognise what skills you already have. Use the ‘Wheel of Strength’ from Barclays Lifeskills to help identify yours.

    Mathematical skills are needed in a diverse range of career areas. These include business, law, nutrition, sports science, building, and psychology to name a few! Follow the links below to find out about how maths is used in different career areas and what ‘Core Maths’ is.

    Brought to you by the Hampshire Careers Partnerships, the Year 11 career guide is a helpful reminder of your options after leaving school and provides a quick overview of what you need to do and when. We have also included some information on CVs, application forms and interviews which you may find useful.

    We’ve collated links to organisations that offer virtual work experience opportunities. Why not take a look?

    Posters developed to help you find out job roles which relate to the subjects you enjoy. We would suggest you research the jobs to find out what they involve and the entry requirements.

    Wondering how the subjects you study at school will help you in later life? This document provides a number of useful websites where you can help link your curriculum study to potential careers.

    There are many different routes into further and higher education, and it’s important to find out which is right for you. Check out these testimonials from students who have taken different educational journeys.

    After GCSEs, you could continue studying subjects you like, take vocational qualifications, an apprenticeship, or work or volunteer and study part-time. Explore each of these options in this article from UCAS.

    Why not take a look at the interactive videos Hampshire Futures Careers Team have created? Find out about various career sectors, how you can prepare for college, and lots more! Click the link below to head over to Hampshire Futures Careers Information Service and look for the ‘Interactive Careers Videos’ tile.