Careers Guidance For You

Careers Guidance For You


Welcome to Adviza's Careers Portal:

The Gateway to Planning Your Career


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You'll find lots of useful information to help you make the right decisions when it comes to choosing options and career routes. 

Go to Students


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You'll find the information and tools you need to support your child at key times when decisions need to be made.

    Go to Parents


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    You'll find key information, resources and dates of events to support your students through key transition points.

    Go to Teachers

    20th February 2024

    The BBC is working with the UK’s leading film, theatre and TV organisations to help you find your new career in the creative industries.

    If you’re interested in a role behind the scenes, or just want to see how all the magic happens, the BBC’s Bring the Drama Festival is running hundreds of careers events. To connect with hundreds of events taking place in February and March 2024 download the ERIC Creative Arts app.

    To accompany the festival, a new BBC competition series is giving aspiring actors a chance to follow in their footsteps. In Bring the Drama, which is now airing on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, untapped acting talent from across the UK will be mentored over six weeks. These eight contestants will perform real scenes in the real sets from some of Britain’s favourite shows, including EastEnders, Peaky Blinders and Silent Witness.

    Almost 2,000 amateur actors applied to Bring the Drama in an open casting call. Of these, eight candidates were chosen. Each of them has a passion for acting, but none has been to drama school or been able to break through into professional acting. In the show, hosted by actor and comedian Bill Bailey, the actors will be mentored by casting director Kelly Valentine Hendry. An Emmy nominee for her work on Bridgerton, she has also cast shows like Gangs of London, Ghosts and Broadchurch. They will also receive advice from working actors like Silent Witness’ Genesis Lynea, Casualty’s Charles Venn and EastEnders’ Natalie Cassidy.

    So what are you waiting for? Download the Eric app today and see what's going on near you!