Careers Advice and Guidance
Not got the grades you were hoping for? Check out our careers advice and guidance to find out how we can help you with your next steps.
The Progression+ team includes experts in admissions, careers, higher education, work experience and apprenticeships who offer advice and guidance. They can help with all aspects of careers and progression which includes applying for courses, interview tips, CV writing, application forms, job and apprenticeship searches and gap year opportunities.
The team can help you to plan and progress onto work-based learning, employment or higher education. They can also help you to apply to UCAS, writing personal statements and providing information on student finance. They are able to assist with visits to local universities and open days and arrange careers related events in conjunction with faculties.
Based in the Progression Centre at the base of the Tower Block, they are open throughout the year.
For more information about the Progression+ team, including opening hours and contact details, please visit the Progression+ team page on CCG Online:
Don't know what to do? Our online Career Coach package is designed to help you map out your education and career options.
Career Coach can map out a path through education and training opportunities to help you reach your career goals, whatever they may be.
View Career Coach and find out the career options available to you:
Visit Career Coach
The National Careers Service
The College also works alongside the National Careers Service which provides free and impartial information, advice and guidance for people aged 20 and over. If you would like to arrange an appointment to see a National Careers Services careers advisor, please telephone 0800 100 900.
Crawley College, part of the Chichester College Group (CCG), aims to provide outstanding advice and guidance to ensure all potential students, students, their parents and guardians and employers can access a wide range of current, informative and varied information to support making their individualised progression choices.
Our aim is to support students in making choices which will suit their interests and abilities, sustain their personal and employability development over time and maximise their opportunities for the future.
The Careers lead for the Chichester College Group (CCG) is Lisa Humphries, Group Director of Student Services and Pastoral Support. You can contact Lisa on email@example.com
View the Chichester College Group (CCG) Careers Strategy in full:
CCG Careers Strategy