Young people who are unsure of their next steps following their A-Level results can get help and advice from the Youth Access Hub at City College Peterborough in Brook Street.
In the hub students can speak to careers advisers from the council, City College Peterborough and a range of other providers about their options.
The hub is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday throughout August from 1pm to 4.30pm. Young people can drop in or call (01733) 864500 to book an appointment or (01733) 293897 during the hub’s opening hours.
If you’re ready to study for an apprenticeship, then a good place to start is the website for young people managed by The Skills Service.
You can find out about the many opportunities available, as well as volunteering roles and post-16 study options.
Councillor Lynne Ayres, Cabinet Member for Education, said: "Young people will have worked extremely hard towards their A-levels or equivalent and they should be very proud of their achievements.
"Regardless of the grades they achieve, it's important young people remember there is plenty of support and advice available, whether they decide to go straight in to employment or continue learning at college or university.
"Making decisions on what training, education and ultimately which career to pursue can be daunting for young people. Experts are on hand to provide support and impartial advice to help young people make the best decision for their future."