Working in the Careers Advice, Information and Guidance sector means that I come across a lot of online resources. Here I have collated my favourites for you to access and learn from. Most are free!

Careerpilot is a free online platform offering a wealth of impartial information about routes to higher-level study in the South of England. It helps students identify their GCSE, post-16 and post-18 options with sections dedicated to a variety of qualifications, finding providers, researching courses and job sectors.

Amazing Apprenticeships is a small team with a big mission. We’re here to help educators, employers and students navigate the fast-changing world of apprenticeships and vocational education

This website brings together information on events from lots of different universities for you to view and book all in one place.

This is the government website where companies post the apprenticeship vacancies they have available and where people are able to apply for them.

The National Careers Service can help you with your career, learning and training choices. On the website you can learn more about over 800 different jobs, complete a skills assessment and find courses available locally. is open to everyone and uses the power of personal stories to inform and inspire young people’s career choices. Free and simple to use, the site features over 1000 videos of real people talking about their careers – explaining their job role, career path and how different factors have shaped their choices.

Indeed is a website where you can find jobs, there are over 250 million users every month. Lots of employers post their jobs here because they are free to post. 

Total jobs is another place you can look for job roles, employers have to pay to put their jobs on here so it is a slightly different variety to what you will find on indeed. 

Remember, each employer will have their own careers section on the website so you can also use these to research job roles at particular companies. Here are a few: