Career Coach is a powerful online tool that uses comprehensive labor market data to help you find careers that match your strengths—and discover study programmes at The Sheffield College that will prepare you for success.
If you're not sure what you'd like to do in the future, you can use Career Coach's assessment tool to find out which careers are linked to your skills and interests. Or if you already have an idea of the career you want, you can use Career Coach to find more detailed information about specific job roles, including common daily tasks, salaries and job opportunities in your local area. Once you have a career goal in mind, Career Coach can match you up with study programmes at The Sheffield College that will help make your career goals a reality.
You can also use Career Coach to browse live job vacancies, so you can see the kind of skills and qualifications employers are after, and even use the platform to build your own profile and CV.
Career Coach has a variety of different functions, but essentially these can be divided into
Accessing Career Coach
Using the Career Coach tool is really simple, just start by clicking this link to head to the Career Coach website.
You don't need to provide any details to use the site, however if you want to save any of your quiz results or course matches you'll need to create a profile (you can use the same profile later if you want to create a CV or apply for the job vacancies!).
If you don't know what you'd like to do in the future, you can take Career Coach's 6-question quiz to help you figure out what areas you would be well suited to. By answering the questions about what you like and dislike you can discover your most prevalent personality types, and which broad career pathways relate most to your personality traits.
Career Coach has loads of information about a huge variety of jobs. You can search for jobs by area e.g. business and management, or art; by average salary and by the level of education required for the role.
You can also look up specific job roles and find more detailed information about them, like the day-to-day tasks required of that role, average salary, job opportunities, live vacancies and most importantly, which courses at The Sheffield College you can do to get into that career.