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‘What’s right for me?: fully-funded 1:1 careers guidance for GCSE and A-level students in Buckinghamshire

We have been given extra funding by the Careers & Enterprise Company (through the Department for Education) to provide young people finishing Key Stages 4 and 5 this summer with 1:1 careers information, advice and guidance. We’re now asking you to publicise this free support to your students and parents after A-level and GCSE results days – and to put individuals who you know need specific help in touch with us. You are also able to book days with Adviza for next term.

We want to assist young people by providing local support to help them navigate the many paths available to them: from higher and further education to training, apprenticeship to employment. Above all, we want to help them understand what’s right for each of them as individuals.

  • What? Bucks Skills Hub’s ‘What’s right for me?’ programme provides individual careers guidance for students who need extra support to decide on their next step. One-to-one support will be offered by a Level 6-trained, Enhanced DBS-checked careers adviser employed by Bucks Skills Hub.
  • Who? Young people from schools in Buckinghamshire finishing Key Stages 4 and 5 this summer (or up to age 25 with a special educational need or disability, or looked after children).
  • When? The additional support will be available from August 2022 to 31 December 2022. Careers Leaders should continue to publicise this service throughout the Autumn term, targeting young people you feel are at risk of not returning in January.
  • Why? Our aim is to reduce the numbers of young people who have left Key Stage 4 or 5 in 2022 and have no appropriate intended destination or September Guarantee offer by the end of August 2022. We also aim to reduce those who have a ‘not known’ or NEET destination by the end of October 2022.


Skill Up Bucks Programme

'SUB' aims to link employers with students and job seekers who are 17+ and live in Bucks.  It is fully funded by the European Social Fund and the Department for Work and Pensions.  The programme is being led by Lisa Goodman.

The Skills Up Bucks programme objective is to match students with employers to create opportunities for them to meet and interact.

It is a great opportunity for students to find out more about the local labour market and to have support with employer visits, work experience, mentoring and sector talks.

Year 13 students can refer themselves, after they have left school,  using the email or visiting

This is an excellent programme for students who need support in respect of their pathway choices post Year 13 (they have to be 17+).

If you need any further information before referring yourself, please contact Lisa directly:

Lisa Goodman.   Mob: 07891052342,  E-ail:;  Web: and

See more information in the document below 'SUB Flyer Learning Provider Oct 21'