SERC Offers Career Advice

Join Careers Clinics at SERC and be prepared for results day

Join Careers Clinics at SERC and be prepared for results day

With young people across Northern Ireland waiting for A-level and GCSE results, the South Eastern Regional College (SERC) continues to offer free, impartial, and tailored careers advice in the run-up to result days.

Shirley Moore, Senior Careers Officer at SERC said: “The SERC’s Careers Service is here to help with those vital next steps school leavers and their parents will want to consider.

“Our team offers professional, impartial careers advice and guidance and is available to prospective SERC students and parents, as well as everyone living in the local community.”

SERC Careers Clinic in Downpatrick: Careers advisors Cahir Clancy and Julie George will be on hand at Downpatrick Campus.

For those students who are looking at their options, and thinking of coming to SERC, you can book a 30-minute appointment on 15–17 August 9.30am–4.00pm or on 22 to 24 August 9.30am–-4.00pm.

Book by emailing: ,

letting SERC know your nearest campus. Alternatively, you can complete a careers enquiry at:

The team will be on campus on A-level results day 18 August and the following day, and on 25 and 26 August as students plan next steps after GCSE results. These sessions are on a drop-in basis, first come, first served.

Shirley added: “Deciding on the next step after leaving school can be a daunting and anxious time and young people and their parents may not know about all the courses or learning opportunities available.

“Whether or not you get the grades you’re expecting, it is important to make informed choices. Our team of careers advisors can talk young people through their individual situation and help them to see for themselves what options are available to them, not only at SERC but also further afield.”