The Bucks Skills Hub website gives you invaluable career-related information, including guides to different job sectors, case studies on the world of work, how to make yourself more employable, and much more! Take a look around to find inspiration - your future depends on what you do today.
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Are you still studying but wondering what your next steps could be? We’re here to give you the lowdown on what your options are and how to decide on the right choice for you.
Graduating soon and wondering what’s next? Look no further for all the info you need to ensure your next transition is smoother than your housemate Baz’s chat up lines.
Living the rollercoaster that is life means that things are rarely predictable. If you are thinking of changing direction, our guide is here to help you navigate and flourish through these changes.
Being made redundant is a gut-wrenching feeling. One that can shake your confidence and rattle your trust. Bottom line – it sucks. The good thing? There is lots of support for you.
If you have a Special Educational Need or Disability, or you know someone who does, you might be wondering what success looks like. We are here to give you the support you need to realise your potential.
Read about an Amersham School student who started a car valeting business called Restoreddetailinguk in his spare timeRead More
Lee has been working at the Healthy Living Centre Community Café, run by Pebble Brook School, for the past year, on a supported work experience programme which is for some of their students with learning difficulties. Keerin from the Buckinghamshire Skills Hub team talked to Lee about his experience.Read More
Bucks New University works closely with a number of NHS Trusts and independent care partners to provide clinical experience for our students. Joe is now working at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and in this video he talks about his Nursing placement experience with us and the transition from student nurse to qualified nurse.Read More
Feeling that university wasn’t quite right for Isaac, he began to explore the apprenticeship option as the idea of ‘earning and learning’ was something that sparked his interest- particularly as he preferred to put theory into practice.Read More
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