Choosing Your A-levels And Other Post-16 Options by Gary Woodward


Choosing Your A-levels And Other Post-16 Options by Gary Woodward

This book gives an overview of the different courses and qualifications available to young people post-GCSE. It profiles over 40 of the most popular A-level, AS-level and new diploma subject areas, listing everything students need to know to make an informed choice. The only book on the market to link post-16 options to future career aspirations, it contains independent advice providing all the options so that students can choose which route is best for them without outside influence/pressure. Easily navigable it is divided into sections by subject area and listed alphabetically making it easy for students to browse. Author Gary Woodward is a qualified careers consultant and has significant experience of advising young people about education and career options as well as job hunting.

About the Author

Gary Woodward is an independent career management consultant and careers writer. He has written many articles for careers magazines and websites, as well as for national newspapers. He has significant experience of advising young people on job-hunting strategies as well as helping more experienced career professionals with their career development.

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224 pages


Gary Woodward
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Publication date

15th June 2008



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