The following sections outline the main steps a student takes through Morrisby. The site tailors itself to the student's current situation, so not all sections will be shown to all users, and the sections tailor themselves to the student and school. Students can elect to take different routes through after the profiling, and are likely to want to go back and forth across the site as they build their career plan.
Profiling - Information Gathering
The student starts by completing a series of assessments and questionnaires. The number and length depend on the stage that the student is at. The information collected during profiling builds up a "profile" of the student, which provides the basis for the suggestions that are presented later.
The student is shown their profile, which helps them understand their aptitudes, their most suitable career interests, work style, and work place preferences. This helps them appreciate how their unique make-up can fit into the world of employment.
The student's unique profile is analysed against more than 600 careers and the closest matches are highlighted for further investigation. They can be 'favourited' by the student or replaced with closer matches. Any qualification discrepancies are shown and students may change the highest level of qualification they expect to achieve. This illustrates to students how important their school qualifications are in achieving their goals and career aspirations.
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Options at 13/14
GCSEs / Scottish Nationals / IGCSEs / MYP / High School Diploma
In this section, students receive guidance on the best subject choices for them based on both their interest profile and their suggested or favourited career areas.
Options at 16
A-Level / IB / Pre-U / Scottish Highers / Advanced Placement / Apprenticeship Options
Here, students can view subject recommendations based on their interests and how relevant each subject is to their career suggestions and favourites. Students can also find appropriate college subjects and apprenticeships.
Options at 18
Whether it's further or higher education at college or university, an apprenticeship or employment - students can view all their options at 18. The suggestions are calculated from the student's career profile.
Degree Course Search: UCAS +
A powerful search engine allows students to pinpoint appropriate courses from across the UK, as well as the Republic of Ireland and courses taught in English in Europe.
The planner keeps track of all the student's selections - making sure the selections and qualifications are consistent.
Interview and Student Notes
If the school provide individual interviews there is provision to record and share the findings and action points. The student may also keep career and educational related notes in the appropriate section.
Our team of fully trained and experienced careers advisers are on hand to offer advice and support.
A comprehensive pdf report can be downloaded for each student highlighting their results, interpretation, suggestions, favourited careers, subjects and courses.