It’s not always easy to find informed and impartial advice about career and study options.

Is it better for you to complete an apprenticeship or study a full-time course?

Is your future career best suited to studying academic or professional and technical qualifications?

How do you progress into work?

The Advice and Guidance Team can help answer these questions. They are a team of experienced and qualified advisers who help students to make important decisions about future career and study options. They will take the time to get to know you, your ambitions, qualifications and skills so you can progress on to your chosen career path. Their advice is completely impartial.

If you are 16-18, you can book a free careers appointment by emailing careers@cornwall.ac.uk or telephoning 01726 226443.

If you are 19+, The Cornwall College Group deliver the National Career Service offer, which provides information, advice and guidance for those who are 19+  who are unemployed, in work, in learning or volunteering, to help manage careers and to support progression into learning, training and employment.

Our qualified careers advisers provide advice and support tailored to each individual customer’s needs through digital technology, telephone and face to face meetings. They help customers identify and overcome any barriers they face to give them the chance to unlock their true potential and find a fulfilling career which offers opportunities to progress.

Please email louise.fildes@cornwall.ac.uk or telephone 01726 226730 for more information or to book an appointment.