Results Days support from Adviza
9th Aug 2017
Adviza is once again offering support to students across the Thames Valley for A Level Results Day, Thursday 17th August and GCSE Results Day, Thursday 24th August.
Our professional careers advisers will be on-hand to give information, advice and guidance at many of the 120+ schools where Adviza provides careers services.
Young people getting their results can also drop in to speak to our advisers at the following community locations:
- In Reading our advisers will be available from 1pm to 5pm on the 17th and 24th August at the Reading Elevate Hub in Reading Library, Abbey Square
- An additional drop in session will be held on 31st August from 10am-5pm at the Reading Elevate Hub for those who have had their results and still uncertain of their next steps
- In Slough we are holding drop in sessions at The Curve in William Street on 17th/18th and 24th/25th August from 1pm-6pm
- In West Berkshire we are offering support through Elevate at Broadway House in Northbrook Street, Newbury from 10am-4pm on 18th August and 25th August. Everyone who comes to speak to an adviser for support will get a voucher for a free McDonald’s meal. Bring a form of ID with you (eg Birth Certificate/Passport)
In other areas across the Thames Valley our careers advisers will be in many local schools to support students on results days, particularly those who don't get the results they were hoping for.
If you need to change plans and don't know where to start, seek advice from school staff, your school careers adviser or Adviza. We offer a range of services to support you, both free and costed, including one-to-one guidance sessions and Morrisby psychometric assessments. Find out if you qualify for a free service through our bursary scheme.
Need to talk through your career issues? Book a session with a professional careers adviser.
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