If you are aged 16-18, then you must remain in education or training. This could be your school sixth form, a further education college or an apprenticeship. Your choices are wide and varied. So here goes, let's consider the options.
Vocational courses Many young people decide that an academic pathway is not for them and want a more hands-on and practical approach. Schools and colleges offer a multitude of vocational based courses such as City and Guilds, BTECs and NVQs. These can range from skilled training in electrical engineering and plumbing to hairdressing or business administration, social media marketing to IT.