• Tutorial programme

Weekly small group sessions focusing on personal and academic development with an assigned tutor.


  • One-to-ones

Termly meetings with assigned tutors to discuss progress and set goals surrounding achievement and next steps after College.


  • Careers Clinic

Each Friday lunchtime, our careers advisor tutors run sessions to discuss and plan careers activities, with all students welcome to book appointments by clicking here.


  • Independent research

The College encourages students to be proactive in their research into future careers fields, work experience and making contacts. This can include using Unifrog, detailed below.


  • Unifrog

All the College's student have an account with Unifrog, which is a one-stop-shop for all careers and university information and advice, along with providing an excellent logging hub for students' files, CVs, application forms and personal statements.


  • Student bulletin

Each week, our Student Engagement Officer compiles a bulletin full of information about the opportunities available both inside and outside of College, with tutors going through the information with students during their tutorial sessions.


  • Labour market information

Both the tutors and Unifrog help students stay in touch with job-related information, such as the demand for certain skill-sets at any one time.


  • Job stats

The tutors and Unifrog are also able to advise students on the number of jobs and apprenticeships available in any given field and/or geographical region.


  • College trips

Subject-related trips are a vital way that the College introduces students to the related world of work and help students gain first hand experiences.

Educate North College of the Year 2023
TES Shortlist
Quality in Careers
CE Certified
BePART Educational Trust
Sixth Form Colleges Association
Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award