Careers Information for Learners (CEIAG)
When it comes to providing you with independent effective career education, information and guidance (CEIAG), we are the experts. Read on for advice on how to further your career prospects.
Careers not qualifications
Whether you know your career goals or not, we are here to help you. We can guide you into the right learning curriculum that helps you to achieve your next steps, and to further your career opportunities. We offer a range of options to suit most learning levels, abilities and professions.
Whatever your career path, Total People can provide information, advice, and guidance to support you. We’ll be there every step of the way.
We have years of experience working with dozens of industries across many regions, spanning technical, professional and specialist learning programmes. Whatever industry you aspire to work in, we will support you to gain a balanced understanding of the industry as well as opportunities and progression routes, which will help you make decisions about your future career.
Register your interest
Register your interest using the form below and one our team will contact you.
Transferable skills are literally what they say – skills that give you the broad personal and professional skills to use in any career. Whatever programme you choose with Total People, there are core behaviours and skills which are integral to employment that can be applied to various job roles, for example:
- Building relationships
- Problem solving
- Professional behaviours such as commitment, attendance, and integrity
Opportunities for progression
Each of the courses we deliver are designed with progression and destinations in mind.
Before you start one of our courses, we will work with you to understand your career goals and aspirations so we can make sure we provide you with the best advice and guidance.
Find out more about industries you could work in:
The National Careers Service
The service is free and provides information on how to enter your chosen profession, the skills you need, what the job entails, progression opportunities and the average salary.
They also provide support and guidance on how to write a CV and apply for jobs.
UCAS provides a wealth of independent careers information, advice and guidance. You can find out about different careers, apprenticeships, courses as well as support guides that cover many aspects of student life.
The institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE)
The IfATE provides a range of information, including occupational maps. Visit the site and select the occupational route you are interested in.
We work with businesses of all shapes and sizes, helping them to make the most of apprenticeships and work-based learning.View all
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Whether you’d like to know more about a specific apprenticeship or ask a question, we’re here to help.