Get the Right Result for Your Future with Support from Careers Wales; ADVERTISING FEATURE

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Get the Right Result for Your Future with Support from Careers Wales; ADVERTISING FEATURE


GCSE results day can be both an exciting and anxious time for students and parents alike.

We live in changing times, with young people under increasing pressure to make the right decisions about their future - but who can sometimes feel bewildered by the range of opportunities and options ahead of them.

It can be particularly stressful if results are not as expected, or confusing if they are better than anticipated - and many students are simply unsure of what to do next.

Whatever the result, Careers Wales is here help.

We provide a free service at centres across Wales where our Careers Advisers can provide specialist and advice and support for every individual situation.

To find your local centre visit www.careerswales.com or call the Learning and Careers Advice Line on 0800 100 900 (029 2090 6801 if you're calling from a mobile). Lines are open 9am-9pm, Monday- Friday, and 9am-noon on Saturdays.

You can also e-mail us at lca@careerswales.com There are lots of choices to make, from continuing with learning at school or college, to starting employment and training.

Careers Wales can help make sure you take the path that is right for you.

* Continuing in full-time education: You may be thinking of continuing your studies, possibly at a sixth form or at a local college. …

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