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. 

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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.

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

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    21st January 2023

    Most of you will be aware of the problems airports experienced post-COVID. Delays in flights and baggage were largely caused by a dearth of trained staff who had left the industry during Covid, combined with a surge in booking from consumers who hadn’t been able to fly for two years.

    Now as part of a series of measures, the government has launch Generation Aviation [link] to promote awareness of jobs in the aviation sector.
    So, we thought we would do our bit to help with that. Listed below are the types of employers in the sector:

    • Airlines – operations, ground and cabin crew
    • Airports
    • Freight companies
    • Baggage and cargo handling
    • Airport concessions – retail, catering and parking
    • Aeroplane manufacturing

    As you would expect, there are a huge number of jobs available – too many to go into detail here, but the skills broadly needed are:

    • Ability to work under pressure
    • Good communication – written and verbal
    • Team working
    • IT literacy
    • Problem-solving and thinking on your feet
    • Safety conscious
    • Aviation is a 24/7 operation so flexibility and an ability to work shifts is essential
    • Adaptability and a quick learner
    • An aptitude for languages can also be an advantage

    To find out more about the roles across logistics, customer service, engineering and catering, check out the jobs currently vacant at Heathrow and British Airways

    Check out videos to learn more at See Your Future Be Your Future