Labour Market Information
in your college website

Pathways shows progression options from the courses you provide to the careers students can do. It links A levels and BTECs to HE courses and careers, showing LMI data, study options and videos of real people talking about their jobs.

Every learner, and their parents, should have access to good quality information about future study options and labour market opportunities.

The Gatsby Benchmarks for young people in colleges
Helps your college meet Gatsby Benchmark #2

Simple yet powerful

Presents over 100 different career options for each of your Level 3 courses

Displays key LMI data on a regional and national basis for every occupation

Maps your A Levels and BTECs to Foundation Degrees, HNCs, HNDs and Degrees

Based on real data from HESA, 'LMI for All', Unistats, Reed and icould

Over 800 careers videos of real people talking openly about their job

Integrated live job vacancy feed to understand regional availability

Over 350 occupations mapped to 26 job sectors for specific areas of interest

Progression routes highlight common courses for a chosen career

Use as a careers resource with current students to research future careers

Detailed analytics to see how Pathways is being used on your website

Customise colours to match your college brand - feels like part of your website

Helps your college meet Gatsby Good Career Benchmark #2

The sheer size of the task to add Labour Market Information into over 70 course pages has held us back. But with Pathways we have that solved. It's exactly what we needed, and more!

Introducing Job Sectors New

Built with our same mapping technology, Job Sectors allows you to view jobs grouped by sector. Use as a careers resource and to showcase vocational jobs. All embedded in your college website.

26 job sectors mapped to all occupation data allows your students to see potential careers in their specific area of interest.

Use as a careers resource with existing students where your IAG and careers staff can outline a large variety of career options and study routes, each with detailed labour market information and employment prospects.

Embed a specific Pathways job sector into your subject-area web pages to outline related careers and study routes to prospective students.

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Each job sector allows students to explore up to 25 different jobs, each with detailed labour market information at a regional and national level.
Where a degree level qualification is commonly held, Pathways outlines common study routes from A Level and BTEC through to a degree for each job.

Embed straight in your website

No extra work for your IT or web team.
Use on your course pages, subject area pages and as a careers resource.

Customise colours to match your college brand, so it feels like part of your website.
Paste the embed code into your website. Just like you would a YouTube video.
Detailed analytics to see how Pathways is being used on your website.

Speak to us about dynamically inserting Pathways into your web templates

The affordable solution

Simple annual pricing. Unlimited support.
Unlimited usage on your college website.

Sixth Form Colleges


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* Billed annually

  • Integrated into your website
  • Mapped directly to your courses
  • Includes Pathways Job Sectors
  • Easy to embed and customise
  • Analytics and statistics of usage
  • Data from recognised sources
  • Helps meet Gatsby Benchmark #2
  • National and regional LMI data
  • Videos of real people
  • Shows routes into HE across UK
  • Live job vacancy feed

If you're not from a college but would like to use Pathways, please get in touch to find out more.

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