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National Health Service Careers Information

Find out about working in health, explore job roles, qualifications and career planning.


Tomorrow’s Engineers is a platform to inspire young people, provide careers advice and promote engineering in schools led by the engineering community.

Careers in Aerospace

The only website dedicated to providing independent and impartial information, advice and guidance on career pathways in the aerospace and aviation community and is brought to you by the Royal Aeronautical Society and ADS Group, working in partnership to provide a non-commercial, free-to-use platform for users of all ages.

Pilot Careers

Pilot Careers Live provide two exhibitions each year at Heathrow for anyone interested in a career in aviation and aerospace, from aero engineering and flight deck positions to maintenance, airport operations, management, air traffic control or flight ops.
By visiting Pilot Careers Live you can meet:  Leading pilot training academies from the UK, mainland Europe, USA and beyond,  Military air forces including the RAF, Army Air Corps and Fleet Air Arm,  Universities,  Pilots,  Former students and Airlines.

Maritime Careers

The UK is a world leader in  the maritime sector.  With sea trade expected to double in the next 20 years, the need for a highly skilled workforce has never been greater. The UK is committed to providing world-class seafarers, port workers, engineers, naval architects, shipbrokers, financiers, accountants, consultants, insurers and lawyers, so that – together – they can meet the long-term needs of this global sector.   Investigate the full range of opportunities available.

Adult Social Care

Working in social care is about providing personal and practical support to help people live their lives. There are lots of different roles in social care depending on what you want to do, who you want to work with and where you’d like to work. You could be supporting someone with a physical disability, autism, dementia or a mental health condition. You could be working in a care home, out in your local community, in a hospital or from someone’s home.  The adult social care sector will need up to half a million more workers by 2030 to meet growing demand for care and support.