The organisations listed below are partners in Caeers4Graduates and their web sites all provide further useful information:
The information sources listed below are not intended to be comprehensive and, with the exception of Prospects Graduate Services, are not endorsed in any way.
Windmills Career Management Programme
Structured Career Planning Programme
What Job would suit me?
On the Prospects graduate website. This is a guidance tool which can help to identify areas of work which might suit you
Department of Trade and Industry
Information on Employment Relations and legal rights and responsibilities at work
Ethical Trading Initiative
Alliance of companies, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and trade union organisations committed to working together to identify and promote ethical trade and good practice in the implementation of a code of conduct for good labour standards
Trouble At Work
provides up-to-date info and advice on work problems. Sponsored by NUS and Unison
Rights at Work
(Ireland) The trade union IMPACT has a comprehensive section on employees rights at work
London University Virtual Careers Library
Provides links to careers resources
Prospectus of courses run by distance learning
For Occupational Information
website includes downloadable versions of AGCSI careers booklets
searchable database of careers (Ireland)
Irish careers site with sections for students and professionals including preference excercises, industry guides and careers information
explore types of jobs alphabetically
AGCAS Job Seeking Strategies
Information booklet available from higher education Careers Services
Assesing your career: Time for change?
Ben Bell 1996
Build Your Own Rainbow – A Workbook for Career
The Art of building Windmills
Peter Hawkins 1999, Structured Career Planning Workbook
What colour is your parachute?
Richard Nelson Bolles Ten Speed Press 1997
The graduate Career Handbook
Shirley Jenner, Prentice Hall 2000