It's important for pupils to be able to get advice when they need it. 

Throughout ​secondary school there are a range of planned engagements and activities that careers advisers deliver.

There are also specific times set aside for pupils to drop-in and get advice when needed. 

  • Pupils can drop-in no matter what stage they're at. They could be looking for advice around subject choices, or thinking about their next steps when they leave school
  • Pupils don't need to make an appointment or give any advanced notice
  • Drop-in times will normally be advertised around the school and outside the careers adviser's base

What's next?

Return to our school services table for a comprehensive overview of the help on offer. 

Learn more about the career information, advice and guidance (CIAG) services we provide in schools and centres across the country.