Former Level 6 Career Guidance and Development student, Allyson Hardy.

If you’re employed within the careers guidance or information services sector and want to advance your existing qualifications, then it’s not too late to enrol at Barnsley College.

The College has places available on a range of Business related courses, including the Level 3 and 4 Advice and Guidance, Level 6 Careers Guidance and Development and the Level 2 and 3 Libraries, Archives and Information Services. These courses are delivered entirely within the workplace, meaning students can study around their existing work and family commitments.

Former Level 6 Career Guidance and Development student and current Barnsley College Assessor, Alyson Hardy, said:

“Throughout my career, I’ve have studied continuously, for professional development and personal enjoyment and the Level 6 Career Guidance and Development course felt like the next step for me. By completing this course I was able to provide further support to my own students in terms of their career progression and encourage students studying while trying to balance work and family life.”

Students who enrol to a Level 3 course or above and who are aged 19 or over may qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan. Taking out a loan will provide students with the fees to pay for a course that could lead to their chosen career.

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