Careers Advice

Throughout your course with Bracknell & Wokingham College you are given advice and guidance about the varying career, education and training options available to you as your skills develop.

We organise a range of careers events during your course including higher education talks, exhibitions and conferences. You will also have the opportunity to:

  • Learn from course-specific industry speakers
  • Go on trips
  • Experience life in the work place through placements and work experience
  • Visit employers and universities
  • Attend careers events
  • Develop your employability skills

All are designed to make you ‘work ready’

Matrix Accredited

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You can be sure you’ll get the highest standard of impartial information, advice and guidance at Bracknell & Wokingham College, as we are proud to have achieved Matrix Accreditation.

Careers Advisors

Anyone who is wondering what career step to take next can access the college's advice and support for free! You can find out more about employment opportunities, Apprenticeships or get help with your CV from our Careers Advisors or from one of our Apprenticeship Training Advisors. You can also join the College careers Twitter feed for the latest job updates.

Careers library

Students at Bracknell & Wokingham College can find a range of books and other materials located in the Learning Resource Centre, which aim to help students make choices about their future. University prospectuses are available at Student Services. Anyone who is wondering what career step to take next can access the college’s advice and support for free! You can find out more about employment opportunities, Apprenticeships or get help with your CV from our Careers Advisors or from one of our Apprenticeship Training Advisors. Call 01344 868600, come and see our Student Services team at our Church Road Centre, or email study@bracknell.ac.uk

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service website has a wealth of information and tools to help you research your career, write a CV, take a skills assessment or create an action plan.
If you are under 19 and wish to discuss your career aims in more detail you can speak to a National Careers Service Advisor by calling 0800 100 900, emailing  or visiting the directgov Careers Information for Young People webpage and using the webchat service.  

Over 19s can also make an appointment to see a National Careers Service advisor at the college by calling 0800 100 900.

Want to go to university?

It’s not just our A Level students who go on to university. Students studying Level 3 vocational courses or an Access to Higher Education course at the college can also continue their studies at university.

We help anyone who wants to go to university. We have a dedicated Higher Education Advisor and can help with the UCAS online system, we offer guidance, interviews and workshops on making your choices, writing your personal statement and completing your online applications to UCAS and to Student Finance.

Get in contact

Ask our Enquiries & Admissions team by email or call on 01344 868600

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