The Parent Perspective

In the first episode of series two, Anna Morrison from Amazing Apprenticeships and Conor Cotton from Not Going To Uni answer the question, 'what are my child's options post 16? And where do we get the information?'

Show Notes

In the first episode of this new series, Anna Morrison from Amazing Apprenticeships and Conor Cotton from Not Going To Uni answer the question, 'what are my child's options post 16? And where do we get the information?'

They cover apprenticeships, traineeships, further education, work experience and discuss how attitudes have changed towards these options, and where young people or parents should turn if results don't go their way.

The Parent Perspective, hosted by BBC presenter Rachel Burden, was created to help parents and carers support their children in making more informed career decisions with greater confidence, knowledge and understanding. 

In each episode we will share your experiences of navigating career conversations with your children and provide insights into how the world of work is changing from trusted experts, organisations and employers already working with young people today. 

If you have any questions that you need answers to, you can join the conversation on social media by following @AmazingAppsUK and @NotGoingToUni and using the hashtag #parentperspective.

What is The Parent Perspective?

This is The Parent Perspective, a podcast hosted by BBC presenter Rachel Burden, and created to help parents and carers support their children in making more informed career decisions with greater confidence, knowledge and understanding.

In each episode we will share your experiences of navigating career conversations with your children and provide insights into how the world of work is changing from trusted experts, organisations and employers already working with young people today.

It’s time for your perspective to count!