Category Archives: Career Advice

The Key Qualities of a Magistrate: Pass the Magistrate UK Selection Process

How to pass the magistrate interview

Magistrates work in a voluntary capacity, dealing with court cases within their community. Naturally, as a magistrate, it is important that you are a trustworthy person, with impeccable character. The people of your local community will trust in you to make the right decisions for public safety, and therefore it is essential that you have […]

Private Detectives and Investigators: What They Do And How To Become One

“Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean, who is neither tarnished nor afraid.”Raymond Chandler Hello and welcome to our very first blog on private detectives and investigators. In this introductory blog, we’ll explore what private detectives and investigators are, and what qualities you need to be successful in the […]

London Underground Train Driver: Frequently Asked Questions

train driver application form

If you are thinking about becoming a London Underground train driver, then there are probably a great number of questions that you’ll be asking yourself prior to application. With the help of industry experts, we’ve pulled together a selection of different questions and answers, to make the process of application a whole lot easier! This […]

GCSE Results Day 2018 – GCSE Opportunities and Career Paths

GCSE Results Day 2018

It’s GCSE results day – Congratulations! You made it through the painstaking months of learning, studying, revising, sitting your exams, and then waiting for this special day. The hard part is over, and you now get to bask in the glory of all your efforts. Take a moment or two – or perhaps a few […]

Detective Constable: Everything You Need To Know

The Detective Constable Direct Entry process will test you to your limits

The UK police force has a strong and stable ranking structure. Amongst the higher ranks, is the role of Detective Constable. Detective Constables are required to participate in difficult and complex criminal investigations, interview victims of crimes (and suspects), and play a leading management role within the police. In this blog, we’ll provide you with […]

Cabin Crew Interview Preparation – Research

As with any job interview you’ll face, research will make up a very important part of your cabin crew interview preparation. Of course, you will need to prove that you have sufficient knowledge of the industry and what the role entails, but the bulk of your research should be focused on the specific airline you […]

Royal Navy Psychometric Test: Mechanical Comprehension

As part of your Royal Navy Recruiting Test, you will be required to take a Mechanical Comprehension test; one of four sub-sections of your assessment and the Royal Navy psychometric test. The Mechanical Comprehension part of your Royal Navy Recruiting test is to assess your mechanical and technical understanding. These types of questions often relate […]

British Army Recruitment Process – Detailed Step-by-Step Guide

Women in SAS

The British Army recruitment process is a challenging and competitive one, no matter which career within the Army you wish to go for. To be successful, you will need to pass a number of stages, ranging from tests and assessments to an interview with an Army Development and Selection Officer. Let’s now go through the […]

Prison Officer Fitness Test – Run-through and Advice

Amid recent pressure on the Government over the wages of public sector workers, it has been widely reported that prison officer salaries are set to increase beyond the 1% cap on public sector pay rises. As a result, applications for this position are expected to increase nationwide as we move towards the new year and […]

Highways Agency Traffic Officer Job Checklist – Become a HATO

A Highways Agency Traffic Officer (HATO) works on major roads and motorways in the UK to reduce congestion and manage on-road scenes following incidents or collisions. HATOs have special powers that road users must obey, such as the ability to instruct traffic to move along or stop. By law, road users must obey them, although […]