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National Careers Week: Become a Spa Therapist/Technician

In honour of National Careers Week 2018, we’re profiling some of the latest jobs from Careers 2018. Next in the list of roles is Spa Therapist/Technician – download a PDF of this job profile here: Spa Therapist job profile Qualifications and courses Spa therapists must have qualifications in the treatments or therapies they wish to offer… Read more »


National Careers Week: Become a Costume Designer

In honour of National Careers Week 2018, we’re profiling some of the latest jobs from Careers 2018. Next in the list of roles is Costume Designer – download a PDF of this job profile here: Costume Designer job profile Qualifications and courses Entry without qualifications may be possible, however most people have a Foundation degree,… Read more »


National Careers Week: Become a Biochemist

In honour of National Careers Week 2018, we’re profiling some of the latest jobs from Careers 2018. Next in the list of roles is Biochemist – download a PDF of this job profile here: Biochemist job profile Qualifications and courses A degree in biochemistry or a related subject is required for entry to this profession…. Read more »



National Careers Week: Become an Economist

In honour of National Careers Week 2018, we’re profiling some of the latest jobs from Careers 2018. Next in the list of roles is Economist – download a PDF of this job profile here: Economist job profile Qualifications and courses Candidates with only a Foundation degree or HND will not be able to enter this… Read more »



Let’s show more respect for non-academic training and education

Some things in life are inevitable: swallows migrating; dodgy bank holiday weather; toast falling butter-side down. Also inevitable is the release of the A-level and GCSE results being followed by a swarm of media pundits arguing about educational standards, and schools boasting about the number of their students who have gained university places. In 2001,… Read more »



Is medicine the course for you?

Only around 40% of applicants for medicine are successful in gaining places. Does this mean that the remaining 60% were unsuitable? The answer, of course, is no. Many of those who are rejected are extremely strong candidates, with high grades at GCSE and AS under their belts and the personalities and qualities that would make them into excellent doctors. There… Read more »


National Careers Week: Become an Interpreter

In honour of National Careers Week 2017, we’re profiling some of the latest jobs from Careers 2017. Next in the list of roles is Interpreter – download a PDF of this job profile here: Interpreter job profile Qualifications and courses Fluency in English and at least one foreign language is a prerequisite for those looking to work… Read more »