Careers Education

Coundon Court will prepare all our students to transition successfully toward a future career path.  We want all students to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes through a planned program of learning experiences.   We aim to fully prepare our students for the world of work by supporting their professional development and transferrable skills to be successful in the career they choose.

CEAIG Policy

Coundon Careers Education Journey

To ensure all Coundon Court students make fully informed decisions at key points; choosing options (Year 9), selecting which Post-16 subjects (Year 11) or determining further study, training or employment post-18 (Year 13) we have mapped out their journey.

Coundon Careers Journey - Guidance

This website has behind the scenes videos from a variety of jobs across the UK. Search by your favourite subject and see if you find something that interests you.

UCAS has a careers quiz as well as information about work experience and volunteering.

Apprenticeships are an option for those 16 and over. Find out about what they are and how to apply for one near you.

Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.

Provides information, advice and guidance to help you to make decisions on learning, training and work.

Free online courses.

All Coundon Court students have access to our Careers platform UNIFROG.  It is a comprehensive, user-friendly website that enables our students to learn about a range of careers, make good choices and submit strong applications.

Student Log In

To gain access students will need to use their Form Codes which link them to their form tutor.  Form Codes have been sent out via Edulink on 1st March 2021.  If you cannot find yours please contact Mr Chester who will be able to assist.

Parent Log In

Parents can gain access by using the form code COUNDONPARENTS which gives parents access as if they were a student.

Parents Guide to UNIFROG

Labour Market Information (LMI) is a useful tool to help research future jobs in the local area, understand the skills needed for certain roles and the demand for future employment.  The latest update for Coventry and Warwickshire can be found below

Local LMI

Click here to go to our page on higher education/options after leaving school.