Careers Websites

Websites That Will Help Your Future Career

All students at DCHS have a unique access to Unifrog as that is the careers platform we use to record all of the activities a student completes during their time in school. It allows for research and recording of all careers interactions by both pupils and staff.

National Careers Service Website

For this website you will need to register. It is worth it. Here you can web-chat to careers ad and have guidance on your future careers and also develop your CV and research jobs and next steps.

National Apprenticeships Website

Interested in getting into work at 16? Know how to do this by exploring this website. Packed full of useful tips about how to apply for apprenticeships and to find out the different apprenticeship opportunities in our area!

FutureLearn - University and Your Future

FutureLearn partners with over 170 world-class universities, institutions and industry leaders to create world-class courses to help you with your career.

'University and Your Future: Career Planning and Making the Most of Your Degree' is a course where learners will identify their strengths and learn how to use their time at university to explore career options and prepare for future job roles.

It will help anyone unsure whether university is right for them to identify how to make the most of a degree to better their employability after graduation.


Gradcracker is the UK’s careers website for STEM students. They have over 150 employers at any one time advertising placements/internships or graduate opportunities.

LMI For All

LMI for All is an online data portal, which connects and standardises existing sources of high quality, reliable labour market information (LMI) with the aim of informing careers decisions.

There’s never been a more exciting time to get a job in the music industry. Not only are the creative industries booming but careers in music are getting ever more varied. If you love music you can find your place.

The music industry needs creatives of course but it also relies upon a range of other roles to keep the music flowing. There are roles available for those who love law and contracts, if you are good at managing people and processes, if your thing is design and media or if you know one end of a sound system from another. Whether you’re into lighting and staging, supporting artists to find their voice, recording and mixing tunes or managing accounts in a fast-paced business then this could be for you. The music industry also needs data experts, accountants, instrument technicians, venue managers, security staff, electricians and carpenters, caterers, managers… THE LIST GOES ON!!!

There is a world of opportunity within the music industry and we hope the job profiles provided here will show you just some of the potential roles YOU could take on in the future.