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Ambitions 2011. CONCORDE PARTNERSHIP KINGSWOOD PARTNERSHIP. PERSONALITY CHECK AN ACTIVITY TO HELP STUDENTS WITH WORKSHOP CHOICES. Employers are interested in you as a PERSON. WHAT INTERESTS EMPLOYERS?.

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Ambitions 2011

Ambitions 2011

CONCORDE

PARTNERSHIP

KINGSWOOD

PARTNERSHIP

PERSONALITY CHECK

AN ACTIVITY TO HELP STUDENTS WITH WORKSHOP CHOICES


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Employers are interested in you as a PERSON

WHAT INTERESTS EMPLOYERS?

Employers are not just interested in the KNOWLEDGE you have learnt in your various subjects at school

Employers are also interested in the SKILLS you have developed in order to learn


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This activity focuses on your

PERSONALITY & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

What is a transferableskill?

Which skills have you developed well?

In which subjects at school would you have learnt skills?

What do you know about your preferred learning style?

What do you know about your own personality?

What thinking have you done about careers you might enjoy?


What are transferable skills

WHAT ARE TRANSFERABLE SKILLS?

LEADERSHIP

(Can you inspire and

motivate others?)

REFLECTIVE THINKING

(Can you listen,

observe and reflect?)

ABSTRACT THINKING

(Do you like to learn

by thinking?)

CONCRETE THINKING

(Do you like to learn

by doing?)

EMPATHY

(Are peoples’ feelings

most important?)

LOGICAL THINKING

(Is being right most important?)

LATERAL THINKING

(Do you see the connections

between things?)

SEQUENTIAL THINKING

(Do you think step by step?)


Finding your personality type

FINDING YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE*

  • you will need to answer four questions

  • for each question you will be asked to choose which character you are more like when at school

  • write down the letter you choose each time

  • at the end you should have a four letter code - for example ENTJ or ISTP

* Disclaimer: This is not intended to replace a full Myers-Briggs Personality

analysis, and is based loosely on the quick analysis used in Buzzbook by David

Hodgson (www.thebuzzbook.co.uk)


Which one is more like you

WHICH ONE IS MORE LIKE YOU?

E

I

  • I think out loud

  • I prefer variety and action

  • I like to act quickly

  • I’m a good talker

  • I like to give my opinion

  • I think before I speak

  • I prefer quiet

  • I like to be careful

  • I’m a good listener

  • My thoughts are private


Which one is more like you1

WHICH ONE IS MORE LIKE YOU?

S

N

  • I need to be able to see

  • things to understand them

  • I like to think about real

  • things

  • I think ‘What are the facts?’

  • I want to experience things

  • I can visualise

  • I think of possibilities

  • I think ‘What if?’

  • I want to use my

  • imagination


Which one is more like you2

WHICH ONE IS MORE LIKE YOU?

F

T

  • I tend to follow my heart

  • I ask, ‘Will it affect people?’

  • I like pleasing people

  • I believe in praise

  • Criticism is hurtful

  • I tend to follow my head

  • I ask, ‘Is it logical?’

  • I like rules and principles

  • I believe in honesty

  • Criticism is useful


Which one is more like you3

WHICH ONE IS MORE LIKE YOU?

J

P

  • I like to plan and organise

  • I like to make decisions

  • I prefer finishing tasks

  • I quite like using lists

  • I like things tidy

  • I see how things turn out

  • I keep my options open

  • I prefer starting tasks

  • I’d rather not use lists

  • I don’t mind things untidy


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NOW YOU’VE COMPLETED THIS SHORT PERSONALITY TEST, CLICK ON YOUR 4 LETTER CODE THAT APPEARS ON THE NEXT PAGE TO ACCESS INFORMATION ABOUT…

  • your strengths

  • your weaknesses

  • your preferred learning style

  • your ideal role

  • some possible career options

USE THIS INFORMATION TO HELP YOU MAKE AMBITIONS WORKSHOP CHOICES


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CLICK ON YOUR 4 LETTER CODE TO FIND OUT ABOUT YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE, YOUR TRANSFERABLE SKILLS & TO GET SOME CAREER OPTIONS TO THINK ABOUTClick on the relevant BOX to go to directly to 4 PAGES about your ‘type’

ISTJ

ISFJ

ISTP

ISFP

INFJ

INFP

INTP

INTJ

ESTJ

ESFJ

ESTP

ESFP

ENFJ

ENFP

ENTP

ENTJ


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N

T

J


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You want to share your ideas with others.

N

You like to use your imagination.

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics ENTJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

E

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

E

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

N

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist in your mind.

N

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

J

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

J

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.


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Leadership skills

N

Abstract Thinking

T

Logical and analytical problem solving

Your transferable skills ENTJ

J

Organisation and time management skills

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

E

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Strategic Leader, you can inspire others to follow a plan you have made for the future of a business.

N

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

Inventor, you are good at coming up with bright ideas, arranging them logically in your mind, and completing your plans for someone else to put into practice.

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Entrepreneur, you are good at coming up with new ideas to make money, and giving customers what they want.

J

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

Architect, you are good at creating the plans for how something will work.


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On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ENTJ

Possible career options ENTJ

d

6

Barrister you give specialist legal advice, and represent individuals and organisations in court.

d

1

-

6

Self Employed you can plan how to provide a service, or make a product that people will buy.

i

i

1

-

6

Politician you can inspire others to follow a plan you have made to improve the lives of people.

d

1

-

6

Web Designer you use both creative and technical skills to build or revamp websites.

d

i

i

1-6

Team leader responsible for leading and managing the team ensuring the smooth running of services

d

6

Architect you design and construct new buildings and restore and conserve old ones.

d

i

i

6

Research Scientist you plan experiments to solve some of the world’s greatest problems.

d

d

6

Marketing Executive, you come up with creative ways of communicating with customers.

i

i


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S

T

J


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You want to share your ideas with others.

S

You want things you can experience now.

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics ESTJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

E

E

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.

J

J


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Leadership skills

S

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

T

Logical and analytical problem solving.

Your transferable skills ESTJ

J

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

E

You like the noise of a group discussion.

You are good at making tough decisions quickly, and keeping a clear head under pressure.

S

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Supervisor, you are good at checking work and ensuring it comes up to the highest standard.

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Inspector, you are good at critically evaluating something, spotting every little mistake in a piece of work.

J

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

Operational Manager, you can inspire others by your ability to put a plan into practice.


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On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ESTJ

Possible career options ESTJ

1

-

6

Self Employed you plan how to provide a service, or make a product that people will buy.

d

1

-

6

Fire-fighter you protect and save people and property from fire and other hazards.

d

i

i

6

Management Accountant you are responsible for managing a company's finances.

d

1

-

6

Police Officer you preserve order, prevent and investigate crime, and detect and prosecute offenders.

d

i

i

1

-

6

Army Soldier fighting in combat zones to providing peacekeeping duties and humanitarian relief.

d

1

-

6

Mechanic role involves diagnosing and fixing engines and/or machinery

d

i

i

Production Manager make sure that manufacturing processes run smoothly.

d

d

6

Supply Chain Manager you plan and organise the transfer of goods and materials.

4

-6

i

i


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S

T

J


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You want to think in private.

S

You want things you can experience now.

T

You like to think logically

Your characteristics ISTJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.

J

J


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Research and listening skills

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

S

Logical and analytical problem solving.

T

Your transferable skills ISTJ

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

J

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

Jobs where you can organise things rather than people.

I

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Jobs where you can inspect things rather than people.

S

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Jobs where you can supervise things rather than people.

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

J

Jobs where you can examine things rather than people.


Ambitions 2011

On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ISTJ

Possible career options ISTJ

6

Judge you weigh up all the evidence, and decide who is innocent and who is guilty.

d

4-6

Accountant you job is to help people and organisations manage their money.

d

i

i

4-6

Auditor your job is tocheck for accuracy and efficiency within an organisation.

d

6

Patent Attorney you help protect inventors from having their ideas copied.

d

i

i

6

Trading Standards Officer your job to protect consumers from dodgy goods.

d

2to6

Quality Control Technician your job is to check that products meet certain standards of quality.

d

i

6

Crown Prosecutor you makesure decisions to prosecute are fair and effective.

d

d

5

-6

Forensic Scientist you use the principles of science and maths to obtain and analyse evidence.

i

i


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N

T

J


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You want to think in private.

N

You like to use your imagination.

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics INTJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

J

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.

J


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Research and listening skills

N

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

T

Logical and analytical problem solving.

Your transferable skills INTJ

J

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

You like organising and managing ideas rather than people.

I

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

Researcher, you search for information in order to answer a question.

N

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Strategic Planner, you create a plan which meets the needs of the future.

J

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

Designer, you create ideas and communicate them for others to build.


Ambitions 2011

On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

  • Now Scroll to next slide....

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Ambitions 2011

KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options INTJ

Possible career options INTJ

4

-

6

Pharmacologist you study the effects of chemicals on living things in order to design new drugs.

d

6

Operational Researcher youuse advanced mathematical theory to help people solve problems.

d

i

i

1

-

6

Web Designer, you use both creative and technical skills to build or revamp websites.

d

2

Deputy Store Manager you are responsible for the smooth running of the store.

d

i

i

4

CAD (Computer Aided Design) youuse software to create design plans for buildings and machinery

d

2-6

Emergency Planner you are required to prepare logical escape routes and options in the event of an emergency

i

i

6

Economist your research would help governments and businesses to plan their financial future.

d

d

6

Design Engineer you research and develop ideas for new products.

i

i


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P

S

T


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You want to think in private.

S

You want things you can experience now.

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics ISTP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

P

P

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.


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Research and listening skills

S

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

T

Logical and analytical problem solving.

Your transferable skills ISTP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

You want a satisfying job rather than one with status or money. You’re quite happy working on your own.

I

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

You like practical problems to solve, perhaps outside working with animals or nature.

S

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

You like technical problems to solve, say with machinery.

P

You like work where you need to keep an open mind in order to solve problems.

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.


Ambitions 2011

On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

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Ambitions 2011

KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ISTP

Possible career options ISTP

4

Construction Electrician you fit, test and repair the electrical circuits and wiring found in homes etc.

d

6

Forestry Officer you ensure forests can be used for timber, conservation or recreation.

d

i

i

1

-

6

Farm Manager you ensure crops and animals are looked after in order to maximise profit.

d

4

Construction Plant Mechanic you service and repair JCBs, bulldozers, cranes, dumper trucks.

d

i

i

4

-5

Agricultural Inspector you monitor standards and enforce regulations on farms.

d

3

-

6

Lighting cameraman responsible for the lighting and recording of commercials and films

d

i

i

4

Auto Electrician you would fit and repair a wide variety of electrical and electronic systems in cars.

d

d

1

-

4

Master Carpenter you make and install floorboards, kitchen and bathroom units, etc.

i

i


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You want to think in private.

N

You like to use your imagination.

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics INTP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

P

P

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.


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Research and listening skills

N

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

T

Logical and analytical problem solving.

Your transferable skills INTP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

Jobs where you can organise ideas and explore their effects. You like solving technical problems.

I

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

Inventor, you use your imagination to create new ways of doing things, and new products.

N

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Architect, you use your imagination to create the structure and workings of something new.

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.

P


Ambitions 2011

On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options INTP

Possible career options INTP

4

IT Support Technician you help to find and correct software and hardware problems.

d

6

Physicist without you computers, mobile phones, space exploration and lots more will be impossible.

d

i

i

1-5

Fisheries Technical Officer responsible for the sustainable operation of fisheries

d

4

Network Engineer you design, install and maintain computer communication systems.

d

i

i

6

Meteorologist you study the earth's atmosphere, climate and weather.

d

6

Translator you convert the source language into the target language.

d

i

6

Space Scientist. Responsible for developing systems in space, including satellites and defence software

d

d

1

-

6

Computer Games Developer you produce games for PCs, games consoles, the internet etc.

i

i


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F

J

S


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You want to think in private.

S

You want things you can experience now.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics ISFJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.

J

J


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Research and listening skills

S

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills ISFJ

J

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

Protector you will find jobs where you protect the rights of the vulnerable satisfying.

I

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Provider you will find jobs where you provide a helpful and friendly service satisfying.

S

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

Carer you will find jobs where you can look after the young, elderly or ill satisfying.

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

J

Organiser you will find jobs where you can support the organisation of people satisfying.


Ambitions 2011

On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

  • Now Scroll to next slide....

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Ambitions 2011

KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ISFJ

Possible career options ISFJ

6

Youth Worker you provide enjoyable, educational and challenging activities to youth.

d

1

-

4

Care Assistant you would provide practical help with daily activities to those in need.

d

i

i

1

-

4

Healthcare Assistant help healthcare professionals with the day-to-day care of patients.

d

1

-

6

Counsellor you enable people to explore their feelings in a safe and comfortable environment.

d

i

i

1

-

2

Conservation Youth Worker you work with young people helping them appreciate nature.

d

6

Speech and Language Therapist you assess and support people with communication problems.

d

i

i

Social Worker, you help support and protect people facing difficulties.

d

d

6

Practice nurse you treat and educate parts of society, from babies to old people.

6

i

i


Ambitions 2011

I

F

P

S


Ambitions 2011

I

You want to think in private.

S

You want things you can experience now.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics ISFP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

P

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.

P


Ambitions 2011

I

Research and listening skills

S

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills ISFP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

Jobs where you can provide a practical service to people, look after animals, or work with nature.

I

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Jobs where you can use your practical skills to craft things

S

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.

P


Ambitions 2011

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This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ISFP

Possible career options ISFP

6

Countryside Manager you manage, protect and improve the local environment.

d

1

-

6

Tree Surgeon you plant, cultivate and maintain trees and shrubs in the countryside and towns.

d

i

i

1

-

4

Gardener you look after parks, gardens and green spaces.

d

1

-

6

Zookeeper you look after animals in zoos, safari parks, aquariums and specialised collections.

d

i

i

1

-4

Upholsterer redesign and repair furnishings either privately or for a large company such as Debenhams

d

3-6

Personal Trainer you take classes and private bookings to provide personalised health and fitness plans

d

i

i

2-6

Veterinary Nurse you support vets by providing nursing care for sick and injured animals.

d

d

6

Occupational Therapist you help people to overcome difficulties, and lead independent lives.

i

i


Ambitions 2011

F

E

S

J


Ambitions 2011

E

You want to share your ideas with others.

S

You want things you can experience now.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics ESFJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

E

E

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

J

J

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.


Ambitions 2011

E

Leadership skills.

S

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills ESFJ

J

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Jobs in which you can provide a service to others using their friendliness and organisational skills.

E

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Protector, you will find jobs where you can stick up for the interests of the needy satisfying.

S

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

Customer Service, you will find jobs where you can serve the public satisfying.

J

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

Organiser, you find find jobs where you can organise people to provide a service satisfying.


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progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ESFJ

Possible career options ESFJ

1

-

6

Project Manager your job to plan and manage all kinds of business projects.

d

1

-

6

Restaurant Manager you ensure customers are satisfied with the quality of food and service.

d

i

i

1

-4

Chefs you prepare food using a variety of cooking techniques. In large kitchens you specialise.

d

1

-

4

Sports Professional you are skilled, talented and paid to compete.

d

i

i

1

-

4

Facilities Manager you make sure that buildings and their services meet the needs of their occupants.

d

1

-

6

Customer Services Manager you make sure that customers’ needs and expectations are satisfied

d

i

i

1

-

4

Cruise Ship Steward you work either in cabin service, or in the bar area of cruise liners.

d

1

-

6

Outdoor Activities Instructor you lead people on outdoor activity sessions and trips.

d

i

i


Ambitions 2011

F

P

E

S


Ambitions 2011

E

You want to share your ideas with others.

S

You want things you can experience now.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics ESFP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

Other people may sometimes find you bossy

E

E

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

P

P

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.


Ambitions 2011

E

Leadership skills.

S

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills ESFP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Jobs in which you can use your natural affinity with people to solve practical and immediate problems.

E

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Performer, you provide entertainment to the public through music, or some other practical skill.

S

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

P

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.


Ambitions 2011

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progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ESFP

Possible career options ESFP

Musician you earn money from playing music of any style.

d

Circus Performer you entertain with acrobatics, clowning, juggling or aerial performances.

d

1

-

6

1

-

6

i

i

1

-

6

Entertainer you perform in stage and cabaret shows, comedy clubs, street theatre or circuses.

d

1

-

6

Events Manager youplan and run events such as trade shows, exhibitions and conferences.

d

i

i

6

Choreographer you create dance routines and movement sequences for dancers and other performers.

d

1

-

6

Hotel Manager you oversee all aspects of running a hotel.

d

i

i

TV Presenter you are the public face of television, entertaining and informing audiences

d

1

-

6

1

-

6

Tourist Guide you show visitors around places of interest; historic buildings, gardens, art galleries etc

d

i


Ambitions 2011

I

N

F

J


Ambitions 2011

I

You want to think in private.

N

You like to use your imagination.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics INFJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

J

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.

J


Ambitions 2011

I

Research and listening skills

N

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills INFJ

J

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

Jobs where you are supporting individuals to be their best by creating a plan of action for them to follow.

I

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

Jobs where you are supporting individuals to be their best by applying theories which may help modify their behaviour.

N

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

Editor, you are good at supporting individuals to be their best by checking the quality of their work

J

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.


Ambitions 2011

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options INFJ

Possible career options INFJ

4 - 6

Residential Care Home Manager you are responsible for the day-to-day running of a care home.

d

3-6

Youth Worker responsible for engaging and advising vulnerable and/or disadvantaged youths

d

i

6

Psychotherapist you help patients to relieve the symptoms of their distress with out use of drugs.

d

1

-

6

Youth Offending Team Officer you prevent young people from offending and reoffending.

d

i

6

Equalities Officer you promote positive practices and attitudes towards particular groups.

d

4

Family Support Worker youprovide emotional and practical help and advice to families.

d

i

6

Social Worker supporting families through difficult periods on a case load basis

d

d

5

-

6

Education Welfare Officer youwork with schools, pupils and families to resolve attendance.

i

i


Ambitions 2011

I

N

F

P


Ambitions 2011

I

You want to share your ideas with others.

N

You like to use your imagination.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics INFP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You are a good listener, you accurately observe and reflect.

Other people may find you antisocial.

I

I

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

P

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.

P


Ambitions 2011

I

Leadership skills.

N

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills INFP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like quiet with a few people, or just on your own.

You are interested in written expression.

I

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

You are interested in people, places and cultures.

N

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

You are interested in understanding and helping people.

P

You are interested in the arts and creativity.

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.


Ambitions 2011

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options INFP

Possible career options INFP

Radio Broadcast Assistant you support producers and presenters in making radio programmes.

d

6

Music therapist you use music to help improve people's emotional wellbeing.

d

1

-

6

i

i

6

Dietitians use their scientific knowledge to help people make decisions about their food choices.

d

6

Journalist, you enquire into stories about peoples’ lives and report your findings to the public.

d

i

i

1

to 6

Writers you produce a variety of types of creative work, including novels, short stories, etc.

d

1

to6

Media Researcher you support producers by finding information about people and places.

d

i

i

6

Psychologist, you study how and why people behave, this is of interest to a wide variety of people.

d

d

1

to6

Audio & E-Learning Developer developing new exciting technologies to support film and education

i

i


Ambitions 2011

N

F

P

E


Ambitions 2011

E

You want to share your ideas with others.

N

You like to use your imagination.

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics ENFP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

E

E

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.

P

P


Ambitions 2011

E

Leadership skills.

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

N

Empathy

F

Your transferable skills ENFP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Jobs where you can use your imagination, particularly to understand and develop people in a laid back environment.

E

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

N

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.

P


Ambitions 2011

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ENFP

Possible career options ENFP

6

Graphic Designer you use images and lettering to make an impact.

5

-

6

Newspaper Journalist you investigate and write up stories for newspapers.

d

d

i

i

6

Public Relations Officer you build and maintain your employer’s image and reputation.

d

1

-

6

Image Consultant you advise individuals and companies on all aspects of personal appearance.

d

i

i

1

-

6

Events Manager you organise and run all kinds of promotional, corporate and social events.

d

1

-

6

Life Coach you support and encourage people to make the most of their lives.

d

i

i

TV Presenter The public face of television you influence and entertain viewers from a safe distance

d

d

1

-

6

6

Drama therapist you use role-play to encourage people to come to terms with feelings and emotions.

i

i


Ambitions 2011

N

F

J

E


Ambitions 2011

E

You want to share your ideas with others.

You like to use your imagination.

N

F

You like to consider peoples’ feelings.

Your characteristics ENFJ

J

You are organised, and like making decisions.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

E

E

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

F

You can understand how people are feeling and why they react the way they do.

F

You might be unable to make tough decisions.

J

You can follow plans, make decisions, and get things done quickly.

You might jump to conclusions without considering the situation from all angles.

J


Ambitions 2011

E

Leadership skills.

N

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

F

Empathy

Your transferable skills ENFJ

J

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Jobs in which you can use your people skills to develop ideas and people in a organised way.

E

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

N

F

You enjoy problems that involve understanding or helping people.

You like clear order and structure to the work you are given.

J


Ambitions 2011

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

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2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ENFJ

Possible career options ENFJ

1

- 6

Community Development Worker you help people improve the quality of life in their local area.

d

2-6

Campaign Manager driving forward a range of campaigns, independently or for charity and commercial enterprise

d

i

i

1

-

6

Screenwriter youcreate ideas and bring stories to life in scripts for feature films, TV comedy etc.

d

6

Teacher you inspire and educate learners to believe in themselves, and fulfil their potential.

d

i

i

1

-

6

Charity Fundraiser you are responsible for raising as much money as possible for your charity.

d

4

-

6

Human Resources Manager you recruit, develop and ensure the welfare of employees.

d

i

i

Music promoter you publicise recording artists or live music events.

d

d

1

-

6

1

-

6

Politician you represent the people of your local constituency in the House of Commons.

i

i


Ambitions 2011

P

E

S

T


Ambitions 2011

E

You want to share your ideas with others.

You want things you can experience now.

S

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics ESTP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

E

E

You can ensure things will work in practice.

Other people might get frustrated by your lack of imagination.

S

S

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.

P

P


Ambitions 2011

E

Leadership skills.

S

Pragmatism and tactical thinking

T

Logical and analytical problem solving.

Your transferable skills ESTP

P

Sequential thinking, organisation and time management skills.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Jobs where you can solve practical problems on the spot.

E

You are more interested in seeing something work practically than in knowing the theory of why it works.

Explorer

S

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Performer

P

Promoter

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.


Ambitions 2011

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KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

1

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2

Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

3

Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

4

Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

5

Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

6

Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ESTP

Possible career options ESTP

Helicopter pilot you fly for business, leisure or emergency response purposes.

d

Wine Merchant youbuy wine from growers and shippers to sell in the UK.

d

1

-

6

6

i

i

1

-

6

DJ/Radio Broadcaster you play music for audiences at live venues or on the radio.

d

1

-

6

Royal Marine you take part in front-line combat and are sent to deal with emergency situations

d

i

1

-

6

Sports Professional you are a skilled and talented sports person who is paid to compete.

d

3-6

Design Manager role involves designing and planning in accordance to the clients needs

d

i

i

Swimming Coach you coach competitive swimmers.

d

1

-

6

2

to 6

Environmental Scientist you use your on the spot problems solving skills to protect the environment.

d

i

i


Ambitions 2011

N

P

E

T


Ambitions 2011

E

You want to share your ideas with others.

N

You like to use your imagination.

T

You like to think logically.

Your characteristics ENTP

P

You are adaptable, and like change.

Your strengths

Your weaknesses

You can take charge of situations and people easily.

Other people may sometimes find you bossy.

E

E

You can visualise something that doesn’t yet exist.

Other people might get frustrated if they can’t imagine what you can.

N

N

T

You can separate emotions from your decision making, focusing only on what is logical.

T

You might hurt other peoples’ feelings.

You can adapt to change, seeing things from all angles.

You might fail to complete tasks on time.

P

P


Ambitions 2011

E

Leadership skills.

N

Theoretical and strategic thinking.

T

Logical and analytical problem solving.

Your transferable skills ENTP

P

Adaptability and Lateral thinking.

Your preferred learning style

Your ideal role

You like the noise of a group discussion.

Jobs where you can solve problems creatively using your interest in theories and ideas.

E

You are more interested in understanding the theory than seeing it put into practice.

Advocate

N

T

You enjoy problems where there is a definite right or wrong answer, rather than just feelings or opinions.

Negotiator

You like variety and the chance to be spontaneous.

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Ambitions 2011

On the next slide you’ll see possible careers which could fit your personality profile - click on the ‘box’ links (‘d’ & ‘i’) to the right of the career you are interested in. These take you to external sites with in-depth write-ups and videos of these careers.

This resource is a government run website, describing in detail what it is like to do a job, the transferable skills needed, salary,

progression routes into the profession, and other useful links.

This resource is run by a charity called icould, it is a collection of videos of life stories of individuals, including their career paths and education.

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Ambitions 2011

KEY TO DIRECT ROUTES IN TO CAREERS

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Routes into this profession don’t necessarily need qualifications

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Routes exist into this profession via the GSCE route

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Routes exist into this profession via the 14-19 Diploma

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Routes exist into this profession via the Apprenticeship route

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Routes exist into this profession via the A-Level route

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Routes exist into this profession via the Degree route

Possible career options ENTP

Possible career options ENTP

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Legal Executive you are a lawyers who specialises in one particular area of law.

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Animator you bring drawings or models to life on screen.

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Marketing Executive you would promote your employer's products or services.

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Landscape Architect developing and designing landscaping designs for individuals or companies

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Entertainer you perform for audiences anywhere from stage and cabaret shows etc

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Service Manager To oversee and ensure the smooth running of company objectives

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Accounts Manager responsible for managing and auditing business accounts

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Biomedical Scientist you analyse samples to help doctors diagnose and treat patients.

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Ambitions 2011

Ambitions 2011

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