What's a Guidance Session?
It is a chance to discuss the courses and subject combinations that you would like to study.A Guidance Session usually lasts about 30 to 40 minutes.
The Guidance Advisor will talk to you about the level of study that will suit you, based on your predicted GCSE grades.
The session will encourage you to think about how the choices you make now may affect future plans, including Higher Education.
You can also talk about any worries or concerns you may have about coming to college.
A Guidance Session is not a Careers Interview
You will not normally be made an offer of a college place during a Guidance Session. You will usually be invited to attend a College Interview at a later date.
The Guidance Advisor will not tell you what you should do. They will advise you and answer questions to help you make a decision
You can bring your parents or carers if you wish
It may be useful to have a Careers Interview before you come particularly if you are really undecided about your future.
All our Guidance Advisors are members of Student Services.
How do I arrange a guidance session?
Contact Student Services
- Eastbourne Vocational College: (01323) 637654
- Lewes 6th Form College (01273) 402205
- At Park 6th Form College (01323) 637111
Eastbourne Vocational College
Eastbourne Vocational College offers a range of Vocational subjects, such as BTEC Diplomas and NVQs in subjects such as construction, hair and beauty, business and information technology.
Lewes 6th Form College
Lewes 6th Form College offers a variety of A-Levels, GCSEs and Vocational subjects for 16-19 year olds.
- See all courses available at Lewes 6th Form College
- Download the Lewes 6th Form College Prospectus
At Park 6th Form College
Park College offers A-Level subjects and Access to A-Levels.
- See all courses available at Park College
- Download the Eastbourne Vocational College and Park College Prospectus
At Sussex Downs College you can use the Resource Centres on the Lewes campus and at Eastbourne. Here you will have free access to information about career choices and you can use specialist computer software packages to help you decide what career might be right for you.