Careers Wales

IMPORTANT Covid 19 Update
Bethan Rees (Careers Adviser) is contactable during normal school hours.
E Mail : bethan.rees@careerswales.com

All year 13 learners are asked to complete the following questionnaire on student destination by Friday June 19th. /

Dyma’r ddolen ar gyfer holiadur ar gyfer blwyddyn 13. Y dyddiad cau ar gyfer cystadlu yw 19 Mehefin.

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/HoliadurBlwyddyn13-Year13Survey/

Your Careers Wales School Delivery Team

School Account Executive (Careers Adviser) – supports your child in their career planning to help them make more informed decisions.  We are independent and impartial.

Bethan Rees

Business Engagement Adviser (B.E.A.) – helps your school to engage with employers.  This improves students’ awareness of the labour market and increases their understanding of the world of work      

Dylan Rees

Careers and the World of Work Co-ordinator (CWOW) – supports your school with their Careers and World of Work (CWoW) curriculum.  This includes working towards our Careers Wales Mark.                  

Vicky Glanville

Additional Learning Needs Careers Adviser (ALN Adviser) – supports your child in their career planning to help them make more informed decisions.  We are independent and impartial.

Sian O'Neil

Where can you get more information?

Our website Careerswales.gov.wales contains lots of information on career planning, courses and training, getting a job and apprenticeships.  You can also visit our YouTube channel

Career Search

Find out more about a job, including wages and more.

Job Information

Search for information on 100's of job titles.

Job Matching Quiz

Search for information on 100's of job titles.

Vacancies

Search for Apprenticeships, Jobs Growth Wales or Other Vacancies.

Contact Us

For further support or careers advice call us on: 0800 028 4844

Join us on Social Media 

Bethan Rees  is available in school in the Design and Technology building opposite room 713 on:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Contact Bethan or Sian O’Neil through the school website.

You might also like:

Choosing subjects in Year 9
Find out what the options are at 16
Learn about Options at 18
Find out more about Apprenticeships.
Going to university – Applying, open days, clearing, funding

Additional Year 9 resources:

CAREERS WALES AND YOUR SCHOOL

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