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There are a variety of opportunities to explore when considering what step to take towards your future career, including full-time courses, part-time courses, degree-level courses and apprenticeships!

Making the decision

At Kendal College, we understand that making decisions about your future can be challenging. Useful careers websites are listed below and our helpful Student Services Team is always on hand to talk you through your options.

t 01539 814700

Give us a follow for an insight into the day-to-day activities taking place across our campuses!

Our Open Events offer a great way to explore what’s available and find the best match for you.

Inspira also offers free, impartial careers advice to young people and adults. Book a chat with them here.

Useful careers websites

Your Bright Future

A website dedicated to your next step! Also includes a local jobs board.

Start Profile

A free national website that covers all the stages of career planning - explore your skills & interests, see suggested careers and find relevant courses, apprenticeships and jobs close to where you live.


Answer questions about what you find interesting and they'll match you with job groups containing more than 400 job profiles.

National Careers Website

This site includes a range of job profiles, employability tools and careers advice.


Earn while you learn with an apprenticeship.


A national search engine. Volunteering is a great way to discover what you like and don’t like doing. It also gives you valuable work experience which looks fantastic on your CV. If you can’t find what you are looking for, contact employers directly.

Careers guidance for students

The College offers information, advice and guidance to help students plan their next step after College.

This includes:

  • Your Bright Future website with information & advice about opportunities, making a decision, putting plans into action, and an online jobs board
  • Group tutorials covering careers, job & university applications and money management
  • Information & resources for parents
  • Individual support for careers decisions, CVs, applications, personal statements & interviews available from Student Experience and Progression Officers
  • Guest speakers from industry and universities
  • Trips to employers and universities

Careers Plan & Careers Strategy
Coming soon!

The College Careers Leader is Adele Mundy, Student Services & Marketing Manager: / 01539 814700.

Inspira also offers free, impartial careers advice to young people and adults. Book a chat with them here.

Careers support for schools

We offer a range of free careers services to schools, including:

  • Assemblies & workshops on post-16 and post-18 options
  • Attendance at careers fairs
  • Mock interview support
  • Taster days & visits

For more information, please contact:

Adele Mundy, our Student Services Manager

t 01539 814734