Below you can use our LMI tool to find the route to your perfect career:

Use our career search here

T – Levels 

T Levels are technical-based qualifications in England. They have been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses, with content that meets the needs of industry and prepares students for work, further training, or study. 

T Levels are two-year courses that can be studied by 16-18 year olds after finishing their GCSEs. 

T Levels are equivalent to 3 A Levels, with the aim to support the young person to develop their skills, knowledge and to thrive in the workplace. Students choose different T Level specialisms, and develop the key skills required in industry such as Health and Social Care.

More information on T – Levels: 

SCCB T-LevelsLocal Government AssociationNational Careers ServiceUCAS



We welcome your input into the curriculum and enrichment days. As this will help our students to learn about the world of work. 

How can employers get involved?  

  • Providing careers insight talks. 
  • Workshops e.g. employability skills, CVs, mock interviews. 
  • Offering work experience/work shadowing opportunities.
  • Promoting STEM careers. 
For further information see our employers page here or contact the school’s Careers Leader – Bal Singh:

Call: 0121 694 5000 Email:

Looking for a job

Whether you are looking for a job or need help with your CV or Interview skills, please see some useful links below. 

Monster Jobs Indeed JobsBirmingham Council Jobs Find a Jobs National Careers Service How to write a cover letter Application form advice Interview tips Gap year advice Jobs aware


It’s good to know all the options available for your child. The more information your child has on what they can do next, through ongoing conversations, the easier big decisions at the key milestones will be. 

Below you can see our courses for School leavers 16 – 19 years and find more information on T – Levels to help your child make the right choice:

Courses for School Leavers T – Levels

The below leaflet will give Parents and Carers some essential advice on helping young people with career choices:

Parent and Carer guidance

More links for Parents:

Through the below links you will find more useful links in helping your child make the right choice regarding their future career:

Parent Information Tool Parental Guidance Talking Futures

Click here to access South and City College Birmingham Parent Portal

Student with additional needs:

Useful resources and links for student with support needs

SEND Birmingham Options with an EHC 

Labour Market Information (LMI) 

Find out more about the world of work: different careers; their entry routes; the availability of jobs; future demand; promotional prospects; salaries paid; skills and qualifications needed. 

Birmingham Careers Service LMI information: 

Labour Market Info – Birmingham Careers Service

The LMI for All portal provides high quality, reliable labour market information (LMI) to inform careers decisions. 

LMI for all

Higher education 

Deciding whether or not to go into higher education is an important decision, which requires a lot of research. See the links below to support you with your higher education research.

Applying for University UCAS

Higher education at South and City College 

See our HE courses

University Finance 

The government can support you with funding for higher education by offering a tuition fee loan, maintenance loan and extra support depending on your circumstances, and if you meet the criteria. See the links below for further information:

Student finance for undergrads Sort your student finance


Apprenticeships are an opportunity to work and study at the same time. Most of your time is spent doing on-the-job training, and the rest is spent working towards a qualification. You will get paid a salary as well as being part of a team. 

Become an apprentice Understanding apprenticeships 

Click here for apprenticeships at South and City college