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Learning, work and volunteering

As children get older, there will be lots of choices that young people need to make about their future including where to go to college and what kind of work they would like to do in the future.

There are many questions that young people and their family may need help with. There are lots of options available and the first step is often just sitting down with someone at school or college who can ask you the right questions to find out where their strengths and interests lie. There are academic courses to study but also more practical vocational type courses such as an Apprenticeship or a Supported Internships.

Volunteering is also a good way to get experience and to find out about different jobs and what they entail. Jobcentre Plus also offer appointments every week in Oakham Library where you can find out about additional help to find work and support available in the workplace.

If you need more support and advice please contact Joe Cox – Transitions Coach on jcox2@rutland.gov.uk 

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