The NAS teams with The National Careers Service to provide valuable apprenticeship advice

As young people receive their exam results, The National Apprenticeship Service and The National Careers Service will deliver two special services offering career advice to young people and their parents.

Run in partnership with the Daily Mirror and Fish4Jobs, a Jobs Bus will tour England from 15th to 22nd August to provide face-to-face workshops and advice in Newcastle, Manchester, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Lewisham and Bromley.It will then return during 5th-18th September, visiting a further 12 towns and cities.

Additionally, a #ResultsAdvice service will run on Twitter and Facebook which will allow young people to ask questions about their exam results, apprenticeships and wider career options.

Skills Minister Matthew Hancock said:“At a time when young people are making important choices about their future, we want them to know the full range of opportunities available to them. This includes how an apprenticeship could help them achieve their career goals, whether they want to be a lawyer, a pilot or even a space engineer. With the help of the Jobs Bus and the Results Advice service, young people receiving their results can have all their questions answered and feel confident about what route to take.”