Career Check 2019

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1. Introduction
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Careers Wales can work with young people in a number of ways including careers interviews (either face-to-face or through video calls), group sessions (either in person or through webinars), e-mailing, texting, webchat or through our website.
 
To help us make sure that we work with you in the most appropriate way, we have created this questionnaire which is called Career Check.  Career Check is a snapshot of the way you are thinking at the moment and we know that this can change at any time.

Some of the questions you will answer will give us an idea of which of our services will be most helpful to you to help you make decisions about your career.   This means that the answers in some sections of the questionnaire will be scored.  This is called profiling. 
 
We will tell you which answers are scored later on in the questionnaire.  This doesn’t mean that some answers are better than others: there are no right or wrong answers, but your answers will give us an idea about how you’re feeling about some things to do with your future career.  We will then use these answers, together with other information such as which subjects you’re studying, to help us to provide the most appropriate service to meet your needs. 
 
You can discuss your responses to this questionnaire with your Careers Adviser in school.

For this questionnaire to have meaning, some questions require you to answer them.  However, some questions are optional, so if you do not want to answer these, just skip over them.
 
Important: Please Read Before Starting the Questionnaire
 
  • Careers Wales will hold the information you give us in this questionnaire on Careers Wales’ internal database.  It will also be stored in the Smart Survey tool that you are using.
  • We may pass your contact details and the results of this questionnaire on to other organisations, including your school, Welsh Government and local authorities to help you with your career planning.
  • We may also pass your details to other organisations that help us monitor how good our services are.  They may contact you to ask you what you think about the service you have received from us.
  • If you want to know more about how we use your personal data, you can find our privacy notice on our websites www.careerswales.com and careerswales.gov.wales .

We want you to know that you have rights in relation to your personal data, including the right to ask us to stop using your personal data (in certain circumstances).  You can find out more about this (if you want to) by reading our privacy notice.


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