career guidance counselling


We provide career guidance counselling


Appointments also available between 7.00 – 9.00pm weekdays and Saturday mornings between 9.30am – 1.00pm

People today can change their career up to seven times during their lifetime. Therefore, guidance is more important than ever in helping people to initially choose a career and then change it as they further develop their skills, talents and competencies.

When does / should career guidance first start? Career Guidance starts or should start at around the age of 16, when students have completed or are about to complete three years in Post-Primary Education or their Junior Certificate.

At this stage of the young persons life, Career Guidance from a professional should be provided, even if the student knows and is sure about what form of career, further education or apprenticeship they wish to pursue.

If the student knows their future ‘income-generating occupation’, Career Guidance can help them ensure that what they have chosen is the right choice, is indeed realistic and will use their natural talents, skills and competencies.

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Our guidance will also help them think about or consider other occupations that they may not have even thought about and could be / maybe a better option. If the student does not know their future ‘income-generating occupation’, then Career Guidance comes into its element, where the whole Career Guidance process and experience for the student is at its most effective, where their natural talents, skills and competencies are put on the table and a suitable career, course and/or apprenticeship are explored, discussed, matched and agreed upon.

This whole and complete Career Guidance process and journey of self-discovery, where your realistic job/career is identified, can have a duration of a number of weeks as you are making key lifetime and foundational decisions. Once you have chosen your initial career choice through professional Career Guidance, future and further Career Guidance can be sought and availed of as you experience the world of work and possibly change career throughout your lifetime, maybe up to seven times!

career guidance


are career guidance counsellors providing you with a personal, confidential academic and career guidance service to help you focus on your career directions and objectives? We give career advice and guidance counselling to young people in their education and career choices. We help with Central Administration Office (CAO) Application Form completion, Third Level Course choices and realistic & achievable Job / Career paths. Our tailored approach to the needs of the young people and their parents/guardians we work with, delivering on their specific challenges, requirements and budget. Our expertise when it comes to career guidance in Ireland speaks for itself.

We also support individuals from all walks of life who need help in choosing a career and building a career portfolio. Our career guidance counsellors provide you with personal, confidential and tailored support through our On-Line consultation service.