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How KentChoices supports your pupils
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KentChoices is a website run by Kent County Council's commissioned provider, The Education People. It allows Year 11 learners to search and apply for courses in Kent sixth forms and colleges. The KentChoices website also has advice and information for 16 to 19 years olds, including:

  • How to get career advice
  • How to get an apprenticeship
  • School and college open events
  • Volunteering
  • Work based learning
  • Work experience
  • Links to finance and travel information.

Resources to help teachers support Year 11 learners using KentChoices
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  • KentChoices Learner Guide 2020-21 - Presentation detailing step by step guidance on how to make an online application and use the KentChoices platform for Year 11 learners
  • KentChoices Quick Guide Booklet 2020-21 (DOCX, 2.0 MB) - Quick paper guide for parents, carers and young people on how to use the KentChoices website
  • The Education People can deliver presentations on Post 16 options to your Year 11 students and their parents and carers. The cost is £50 (excluding VAT). However, if your school receives the four hour free offer, you can utilise your free hours for this delivery. To book an Engagement Officer email

Resources to support schools to use the KentChoices website
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Making Offers on KentChoices (PDF, 90.9 KB)

The Skills Employability Service County Briefing