The first thing that people tend to notice about us, is our welcoming and friendly atmosphere and all of the support you receive to achieve your ambitions!

If you need careers advice and support before, during or after you’ve completed your course, our trained Careers Guidance Team can help by providing you with in-depth careers information advice and guidance to make sure you make the right informed choices.

They’ll help you decide which course is right for you, from providing up to date careers information and advice, to job-hunting tips, including applying to University, the whole UCAS process & HE Student Finance advice. Our Careers Guidance Team make it their job to offer the best possible impartial advice, guidance and support.

Our Careers Guidance Service is for potential and current students of Walsall College aimed at young people aged 14 and upwards and adult mature students aged 19 and upwards with no upper age limit. All who access the service will benefit from having access to personal guidance with a qualified Level 6 Careers Officer. The Careers Leader is Helena Platt, Head of Student Experience. Contact details: 01922 657000.

Parents/Carers/Guardians are also welcome to contact the team about the careers support available for their child and to find out more about the possible progression opportunities.

Remember our service is free, impartial and confidential and is open to prospective and current students.

Guidance entitlement

To read our Guidance Entitlement CEIAG Statement click here.
To read our CEIAG Policy click here.

Gatsby Benchmarks

The Gatsby Benchmarks outline the important elements of a robust career programme – click here to view them.

Careers education programme

Take a look at our Careers Education Programme right here.

Parent or Guardian of a Walsall College Student?

Have your say on the College Careers Programme offered at Walsall College, click here to feedback.

Access Policy

To read our Access Policy click here

Hawbush Campus

Please complete this form above or telephone a careers officer to arrange an appointment.

Aspire to HE

Aspire to HE (higher education) is a partnership of schools and colleges, led by the University of Wolverhampton and part of the Uni Connect programme funded by the Office for Students. The main aim of the partnership is to support the government’s goal to increase the number of young people from less advantaged backgrounds entering higher education.

To support students to progress to higher education, the Walsall College Aspire team designs and delivers a programme of informative and engaging outreach activities including, one to one advice sessions, university campus visits, inspirational employer talks/visits and cultural capital day trips.  We want every young person we work with to be in a position to make an informed and ambitious decision about progressing to higher education.

To contact a member of the Aspire team please email or for further information about the project visit  the Aspire To HE website

Useful websites and tools:

Glassdoor helps you find a job and company you love. Reviews, salaries and benefits from employees.

The National Careers Service website provides careers advice and information on a wide range of jobs, training, apprenticeships, course resources and funding.

Explore various career routes across multiple sectors and hear from inspiring role models with industry insights.