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So, if you are
- lacking motivation
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- want advice about apprenticeships, university, internships or grad schemes
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- would like to create a CV or write a covering letter
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then we can help you.
Our hugely experienced, friendly Careers Guidance Consultants (from Careers Advice Ltd.) will help you clear the obstacles and trot off down the right path (they just can't help you get out of bed!). Sessions can last from hours long session to a full package of 6 hours run over a couple of months.
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