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What's right for me? Free expert 1-2-1 careers guidance for young people in Bucks

What's right for me? Free expert 1-2-1 careers guidance for young people in Bucks
Our fully-funded ‘What’s right for Me?’ 1-2-1 careers guidance programme for pupils in Years 11, 12, 13 and 14 (up to 25 for young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan and looked after children) in Bucks has been extended until the end of December 2021. 
 
‘What’s right for me?’ provides individual careers guidance for Buckinghamshire students who need extra support to decide on their next step. One-to-one support will be offered by a Level 6-trained, Enhanced DBS-checked careers counsellor from Adviza. 
 
Guidance will be provided either by a virtual appointment over Microsoft Teams or by phone, with follow-up support as needed.

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We’re looking forward to speaking to you to talk about your next steps and help you decide what’s right for you.

Here’s the legal bit we need to mention:

By submitting this form you’re letting us know that you agree to your information being shared with Buckinghamshire Skills Hub so that we can contact you to arrange 1-to-1 expert careers advice. This data will also be shared with our funder The Careers and Enterprise Company and your school. We are committed to looking after your data and complying with all relevant legislation. To this end, responses will be anonymised before they are shared. The information you provide will be stored securely for a maximum of 18 months before being deleted permanently from our system. If you are not happy to share this information, please do not submit the form. 

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Buckinghamshire Skills Hub is part of the Buckinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership (BLEP). To find out more on how the Buckinghamshire Skills Hub processes data, please take a moment to read our Privacy Policy on the BLEP website >

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