Receiving your A Level and GCSE Results this week? Looking for advice on career options?
We have some great advice to share with you...
This year, GCSE and A-Level Day falls on Tuesday 10th and 12th August. Here you’ll find useful tips on the next steps after receiving your results.
What to do next after receiving results?
Alliance Learning offer Information, Advice and Guidance sessions to help students find out about their future career options. Get advice towards writing or improving your CV, gain vital interview techniques and find out the Apprenticeship opportunities that apply to you.
Our team are available to speak from 8:00 am to 4:15 pm Mon-Thurs and Fri between 8:00 am - 2 pm. Please call us on 01204 696744 or email email@example.com
Steps to follow on results day
1. Seek advice from our recruitment team on the many career options you can take.
2. View our website – www.alliancelearning.com and see our latest Apprenticeship courses. If you didn’t receive the results you were hoping for, don’t worry! Alliance Learning can help you and possibly offer you a variety of course options.
3. Talk to us directly and discuss further your results.
Is it too late to apply for Apprenticeships in August?
It is never too late to apply for an Apprenticeship, we have over 45 live vacancies across our website, including Business Admin, Customer Service, Engineering and more! You still have plenty of time to view the latest options.
Will I have to re-sit my GCSE Maths/English?
If you did not receive your Maths and English qualification, you will be able to undertake these qualifications alongside your main course. We will help you gain the vital skills to complete your course.
Will I be able to earn a salary?
Earn while you learn! The minimum wage for apprentices under the age of 19 or in the first year of their Apprenticeship is £4.30 per hour and all other apprentices are entitled to the National Minimum Wage for their age. This is a national guideline, but many employers pay above the apprentice minimum wage. On average, a starting wage for an apprentice is £180 per week, and this may increase as the apprentice progresses through their Apprenticeship.