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Worthing High School

Worthing High School

Careers, Post 16 & Work Experience

Our school Careers Department can help you with planning your career and Post 16 options. You can talk to them about any ideas or questions you may have related to this or to check out what might be available to you after Year 11.

We believe that each of our students needs high-quality career guidance to make informed decisions about their future pathways.

The Careers Leader at Worthing High School is Mr Martin Fisher. His responsibilities include:

Please contact him if you have any questions or require any information on 01903 237864 or email him- mfisher@worthinghigh.net

We actively encourage all students to feel free to drop into the Careers Office (B1b) during break times, after school or simply email for an appointment during school time and Mr Fisher will be more than happy to meet with you.

What CAN MR FISHER HELP YOU WITH?

  • Help students to make decisions about their education, training and future career.
  • Discuss your career ideas with you and look at how these match the skills, qualifications and experience that you have, or need to get to succeed in your chosen area.
  • He will support, guide & provide you with information to help with your Post 16 options.
  • He can tell you about entry requirements for different careers, courses, training, job vacancies and job trends in your local area, known as Labour Market Information. (LMI) He can also help you with CV writing and can advise on applying for jobs and college courses.
  • He will usually talk to you individually, but also work with groups of students in lessons and/or assemblies.

For an overview of Careers Education at Worthing High School CLICK HERE

Worthing High School holds the INVESTORS IN CAREERS Award - CLICK HERE

Careermag is a free magazine for schools, students, teachers, parents and career advisers. It is a termly publication with information for school aged children offering support and information on careers and qualifications. (the website will use the word 'subscribe' but access to the online publication is free)

https://resources.careersandenterprise.co.uk/resources/careermag-school-leavers

The aim is to connect everyone to high-quality advice and career guidance. The magazine looks at a variety of industry sectors in depth, giving students/parents/carers a clear view of all the post 16 options available.