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Careers Resources

Careers Resources

 Use these resources below to help you gather independent and impartial careers advice for either yourself, your child or your employee.

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Resources for students

Career Coach

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 in that field.

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.

Click here to access Career Coach.


Kudos is an easy to use, informative and independent source of careers education, labour market information (LMI) and advice for students. It generates career ideas based on likes and dislikes and information on which subjects, courses and training are needed to reach career destinations.  Students can also build CVs and UCAS personal statements using these helpful tools.

To get the licence code to use this resource please contact the Careers Team by emailing CEIAG@sheffcol.ac.uk

Click here to access Kudos.

National Careers Service

Independent and impartial careers advice is available to all, free of charge, through the National Careers Service. You can use the service to find information about careers, skills, courses and training providers. 

Click here to access the National Careers Service.


We can support students through the UCAS application process and prepare them for higher education. A range of tutorials, resources and handouts are provided. Students can also get individual support from a fully qualified, impartial adviser. 

Click here to access UCAS.