Career Guidance To Suit You

Career Guidance From Specialists

There are a lot of places you can go for career guidance, so what makes our advice any different? None of what we do is guesswork.

We use science to determine which careers suit you, then our highly qualified occupational psychologists give you practical career guidance to get you on the right path. Whether you need help deciding on what to study at university or you’re looking for a career change at 40, we offer you careers advice you can actually use.

  • First, you register below and tell us your situation as well as how you want us to help you.
  • Second, we send you a few easy questionnaires for you to fill in as part of your online psychometric assessment. These help us really get to know you – your skills, interests and of course, your personality.   
  • Third, are careers advisors (who are also qualified occupational psychologists) analyse the results of your questionnaires and determine which careers would suit you.
  • Fourth, you meet with one of our career advisors and they explain what they found. They then give you expert career guidance about what you should pursue and how to go about doing it.     

Can We Help You?

The career guidance you need is unique to you; there seriously is no one-size-fits-all cheat sheet – and if you’ve been give one, it’s not really going to help you find your ideal career.

The whole point of our psychometric evaluation process is to learn about you as an individual and there’s no age limit on that, which is why we offer career guidance programmes for people of all ages, at completely different stages in their career.

So, if you’re:

  • A teenager, needing A-Level advice or unsure what to study at uni
  • Someone in their twenties, looking for a new career
  • Or a person in their thirties or above, wanting to make a career change

We have career guidance specialists who can help you get on the right path to a life-changing career. Register below now to speak with a consultant or take a look at our programmes.