From the moment you enrol with us at Dianthas, we start preparing you for your next steps.
It’s your future, and we want to ensure you have the opportunity to make the most of it – starting with a career that matches your ambition. What is it you want to be? Where do you want to go?
Here at Dianthas we have what you need to progress to the next stage in your career. You can discuss this with your dedicated vocational coach who will be able to guide, inform and even help you with the next stages. You may want to specialise, or you may not have an idea on where your qualification or career path can take you. The options are almost endless and here at Dianthas we would love nothing more than to help you reach your goal. For an idea on the different pathways look here.
Some other useful contacts listed below may be able to assist you as well.
Here at Dianthas we have put together a list of useful contacts that you can use, alongside speaking to your coach.
Careers Advice UK
We provide careers information, advice and guidance. We can help you to make decisions on learning, training and work at all stages in your career.
Whatever your skills, qualifications or interests, there is a career for you in the NHS and we are recruiting now. You could work directly with patients, in hospitals, an ambulance trust, or in the community. And once you are part of the NHS team we’ll work with you to develop your career, and fulfil your potential.
Take a look here Your NHS career | Health Careers
UCAS helps to inspire and empower people to make aspirational choices about higher education and learning
Contact them at UCAS | At the heart of connecting people to higher education
Liverpool City Region
The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and its partners are committed to ensuring that young people and adults are able to access high-quality learning opportunities and Careers Education, Information Advice and Guidance support.
Skills for Care
There are lots of different job roles in social care; it just depends on what you’re interested in, who you want to work with and where you want to work.
Contact them on Job roles in social care (skillsforcare.org.uk)