The Moving On Results Day Guide for 2017 is available

Moving on

Each year the Moving On team produce the Results Day Guide. This offers information, hints and tips to help students and parents prepare for results day.

This year the guide is introduced by new NUS President, Shakira Martin, a fantastic role model and source of inspiration for young people.

Containing information for post GCSE choices as well as post A-level options the Moving On Results Day Guide will see students through the day, from what to do if they think their results might be wrong to how to go through the clearing process.

The information doesn’t stop there - once results day is over, if students haven’t already decided, if they’ve changed their mind or if they’ve been forced to change their plans they’ll need to know what options are available and we’ve got information on academic, vocational and apprenticeship routes to help them make an informed choice.

At the heart of what Moving On magazine does is information on the variety of careers available and the Results Day Guide is no exception – the guide includes articles on:Moving on

  • IT careers
  • Hospitality and catering roles
  • Working in land-based
  • Jobs for the film buff, traveller and swimmer
  • What to do with a business degree
  • Automotive manufacturing
  • Technician roles in engineering
  • Working in digital marketing
  • Health and social care roles
  • Transport and logistics
  • Careers in construction

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