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Getting advice

It can be good to get some advice before making your application. If you’re coming to an open day you’ll be able to get a lot of questions answered, but you could also consider meeting a careers guidance adviser on-site.

Careers guidance advisors are always available to discuss any aspect of career planning, and course selection.

To book a guidance appointment email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01284 716 354. More information on our Careers Service can be found here.

What level is right for me?

Within each subject area there are courses at different qualification levels. Each level carries a different set of entry requirements – normally relating to subjects you studied at school and the grades you got in your GCSEs

It’s best to apply for the course with entry requirements that match your expected grades.

But don’t panic. No matter what grades you have when you leave school, there is a course for you...

The table below summarises the different levels available, typical entry requirements and how you can progress from one level of course to the next.

Whatever career you want to follow, our courses will provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge you need to get started and make progress.

Applying for Apprenticeships

If you’re certain about the career you want to follow, Apprenticeships are the way to start working while you study. You will acquire all the skills, knowledge and experience of your chosen industry as well as the qualification you need for advancement and success.

As one of the leading providers of Apprenticeships in East Anglia, we have fantastic relationships with employers of all kinds in the region.

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