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Careers advisers from the Exam Results Helpline will be on-hand from 8am on Thursday 15 August (A level results day) to provide valuable careers information and advice to students (and their parents) across the UK who receive higher or lower A level results than expected, and more importantly who don’t know what to do next. More


Exam Results Helpline advisers urge students to ‘stay calm’, as they prepare for thousands of calls from students (and parents) who are keen to talk over their options after receiving unexpected exam results this year. The Exam Results Helpline telephone 0808 100 8000 is a free telephone helpline staffed by independent careers advisers. Students across the UK who receive unexpected exam results (A levels, GCSEs and equivalent qualifications) can call in for advice about their learning and career options. More

Nurses at Medway Community Healthcare are celebrating being short listed for the Nursing Times Awards for Student Placement of the Year (Community).

In the last year, over 218 nurses have undertaken a placement with Medway Community Healthcare across a range of services including *specialist nursing, palliative care and community nursing in clinics, hospitals and people’s homes across Medway. More

An event to give young people with additional needs advice on jobs, advice and activity opportunities is coming to Medway this week.
The Medway Opportunities Fair will take place next Thursday, 27 September from 9.3am to 2pm at the Corn Exchange, Rochester, designed to give 13 – 25 year olds with special educational needs of learning difficulties an insight into the range of
From job prospects to information on housing, further education, money advice and exciting sports and leisure opportunities, the event sets out to bring a range of services and information which can make that transition into the big wide world a bit easier – whether that is discovering routes to work or uncovering an inner athlete. More

Young people can step into a new career thanks to a new fitness instructor course starting in September. More


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