Parent & Guardian Careers Bulletin

The Careers Department is open daily from 8.30am to 4pm.To book an appointment, students should come in person to the Careers office in the LRC. The Department is run by friendly, highly experienced staff, offering expert advice, information and guidance relating to every aspect of progression from college. Students have access to our well-resourced office and we run events throughout the year to introduce students to the variety of opportunities available. We ensure every student makes the right choices for them. This includes providing information on universities, apprenticeships, school leaver programmes  and paid employment. Every student has access to work-related learning during their time at Woking College and have the chance to take part in work experience opportunities, workshops and have access to speakers from industry and commerce. We help with CV writing for part time and full time employment, mock job interviews, application checking and finding work, including advice on approaching employment agencies, using job sites and writing covering letters. A weekly careers bulletin is emailed to all students.

Sarah Williams

Careers and University Adviser

Email:    swi@woking.ac.uk


Work Experience for Vocational Courses – BTEC students joining Sept 2019 Dedicated Work Experience Week Monday 3rd to Friday 7th February 2020


Work experience is a valuable part of our student’s development and is compulsory for students studying level 3 vocational courses

Click here for more details

Woking Colege IT

Autumn Term Events for students in college


At the time of writing, a number of events have already taken place in college and more are upcoming. These include,

    • 5th November – lunchtime talk to students on studying Masters and PhD’s at university.
    • Performing Arts – BTEC students trip to the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and a visiting speaker in Music Tech in September, a visit by professional actors in October and an A Level Dance trip to see the Richard Alston Dance Company in November.
    • Politics – Y13 students visit to ‘The Guardian’ newspaper offices in October to simulate the creation of a newspaper front page.
    • Media – Media hosted a speaker from Brighton Film School in September
    • IT- Employability Skills talk to students from Pearson Business School in October.
    • Year 13 students were invited to attend a number of talks during Monday tutor time. These included talks on the alternatives to university, employability skills, apprenticeships and cv writing.

Click here for more information on support for Year 13 students and an over view of the UCAS process

External Careers Events

External events are always advertised to students via the weekly student careers bulletin.

Click here for some of the upcoming events that have been promoted to students, as well as information on university open days for all students and Summer schools for Year students