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Careers Library

Every young person needs high-quality career resources to make informed decisions about their future.

This is why Moseley Park is committed to curating and developing an extensive library of resources for our students, all of which you can explore below.

Careers Information

Job Descriptions

Choosing the right job and employer are big decisions. Find the advice and guidance you need to make informed choices, as well as tips for structuring your job hunt, building your network, and showcasing your potential

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National Careers Service

We provide careers information, advice and guidance. We can help you to make decisions on learning, training and work at all stages in your career. This service is available to people who live in England.

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iCould uses the power of personal stories to inform young people’s career choices. Run by the Education and Employers charity as part of Inspiring The Future, can be used as a standalone resource or to support Inspiring The Future’s core activities. Free and simple to use, features over 1000 videos of people talking about their careers – explaining their job role, career path, and how different factors have shaped their direction.

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The Future of Work

What will jobs look like in 2030 and what skills will be in greatest demand? Gazing into the future may seem speculative, or even whimsical, because experience tells us that predictions about
what the world will look like years from now are destined to be inaccurate.

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Barclays Life Skills

Barclays LifeSkills is a free employability programme that supports people throughout the UK to develop the confidence, skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the workplace. Our educator content is designed to support a range of roles and settings – whether you work with young people or adults, in a classroom or job centre, one to one or with groups. Looking for a quick start to the programme? Check out our handy delivery guides for those working with ages 11-24 and 25+.

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Do you have the curiosity and creativity for a career in the world of property?

Join us to learn about starting a career in real estate. Whether you want to be the next sustainability star, estates expert or managing director of a project, this course showcases the real estate sector and the wide variety of career possibilities within.

Enter the fast-paced world of international property and hear from industry experts developing the International Quarter London near the Olympic Park. How does this impact local residents and the environment? Is it possible to create sustainable developments that work for all? And how can you be involved in decision making in the future?

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Summer Internship Experiences For Ages 12-18

We are already getting booked up for some of our most popular summer experiences in London. For a limited time only students can get 15% off using code SUMMER15. Shadow doctors in a hospital, argue a human rights case in the Supreme Court, explore a supercar engine with F1 engineers and much much more. Click on any area of interest below and register now.

World Skills UK

Free lesson plans, presentations and video case studies to support your students in making the right career choice

Designed with flexibility in mind, our new Role Model resources can be used as bitesize pieces of content or as a scheme of work and feature inspirational insights into a range of job roles and careers.

Our role models are young professionals who have achieved career success in their chosen field through apprenticeship and technical education pathways. They bring to life the benefits of choosing such pathways by sharing their experiences and the exciting opportunities they have encountered.

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On an apprenticeship, you’re employed to do a real job while studying for a formal qualification. By the end of your apprenticeship, you’ll hopefully have gained the skills and knowledge needed to either succeed in your chosen career or progress to the next apprenticeship level

There are four different levels of apprenticeship:

  • Intermediate– equivalent to five good GCSE passes.
  • Advanced– equivalent to two A-level passes.
  • Higher– equivalent to the first stages of higher education, such as a foundation degree or HNC/HND.
  • Degree– comparable to a Bachelors or Masters degree.

Most job sectors offer apprenticeship opportunities in the UK, with a wide range of specific roles on offer within each.

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A traineeship is an education and training programme which incorporates work experience, preparing young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘work ready’.

Designed for people aged 16 to 24 who don’t yet have the appropriate skills or experience, traineeships provide the essential work preparation training, English, maths and work experience needed to secure an apprenticeship or employment

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Available Apprenticeships

Penny Post – Credit Union

Penny Post has an exciting opportunity for an Apprentice to join their Customer Service Team.

Runner up and highly commended at this year’s Regional Apprenticeship Awards for the 2nd year running, Penny Post is proud to develop and invest in young talent. Working as part of a young friendly team, full customer service training will include supporting customers by telephone and email, using bespoke IT software and all aspects of business operations.

A full-time permanent role will be offered to the right candidate with potential progression if both the company and apprentice agree. Penny Post has recruited 5 Apprentices since 2017, the most recent of whom joined in April this year. All former Apprentices are in full-time roles with Penny Post and are now a part of our Leadership Team.

The job is listed on the Government’s website here –

Our head office is in Wolverhampton (within the Royal Mail Centre on Sun Street) so it’s a great opportunity for a local person, although at present we are working partly from home.

PTP Training Available Apprenticeships

Click to view – PTP Apprenticeship Vacancies

Useful Resources
Useful Resources
  • UCAS: The University and Colleges Admissions Services. All students wishing to go to University must apply through UCAS, but the website offers so much more. If you are thinking of going to University this is a ‘must read’ website.
  • PurePotential: Realise your potential and make an informed choice about your future university.
  • OpenDays: Find out university open day dates.
  • UniTasterDays: ‘It all starts with an open day’.

If your child has special needs it is really important to get high-quality advice on all possible career options available.

Not least because some options may be hard to achieve or require long term planning. Please take a look at the two websites below for careers advice for parents of students with additional needs.

Below is a list of events that can help you progress in your careers or provide information on what paths are best to take: