Inspiring Futures is a leading provider of careers information, advice and guidance for young people both in the UK and internationally.
We work in partnership with schools, colleges, universities, parents and employers to help students to make informed decisions about their subject choices, higher education and career options.
Career guidance and advice for students
Inspiring Futures has earned an excellent reputation for delivering professional and impartial careers programmes that enhance the school's existing CEIAG (Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance) programme.
Our professionally qualified guidance team deliver support to students through a mix of online psychometric profiling (similar to those used for university and graduate recruitment), face-to-face guidance discussions, up-to-date careers information and resources, a careers helpline for ongoing support, skills workshops and career insight events.
Support to schools to deliver high quality career guidance
Inspiring Futures also uses its specialist knowledge and expertise to work in partnership with schools, supporting them to plan and implement a career and higher education programme to suit their students.
We offer a unique membership programme for schools and colleges providing access to up-to-date knowledge and expertise via a dedicated careers consultant, practical advice and resources, access to employers and higher education institutions as well as consultancy, networking events, workshops, conferences and tailored support to individual students.
Find out more about how our services can support you to deliver your school's career programme.
Inspiring Futures is proud to hold the matrix Standard, awarded in recognition of high quality delivery of information, advice and guidance services.
Inspiring Futures is part of Group GTI.
Without a doubt, the best thing about Inspiring Futures membership is the support I receive from my Regional Director.Notting Hill and Ealing High School
As a result of the Futurewise programme, my daughter feels immeasurably happier and is really enthused, not only about how to spend her gap year, but also about what to do afterwards. I feel the support my daughter has been given was not only professional but totally individual.Angela Young, Parent
Thank you very much indeed for the full and varied information. It's the first time I have used the careers helpline team and I must say, I'm impressed.DLD College, London