Careers Programme Information
Careers information for students
Students can contact our Careers Advisor, Mrs Knowles via email on FFemail@example.com
Below is a narrated PowerPoint to assist our Year 11 students in their future plans:
Explore your career options at both post-16 and post-18
Take a quiz to match you to your ideal job
Pathway Careers Training and Mentoring – Sign up
Message from Pathway CTM:
Our digital programme includes daily webinars, virtual employer events, access to our workshops covering everything from How To Create a CV, to our LinkedIn Masterclass. Students will be able to attend these live events via phone, tablet or laptop, and will also receive a link to listen to the recording as and when they want.
Further, students will get access to all current Apprenticeship, Sponsored Degree, Work Experience and Internship placement opportunities through our employer network. Pathway CTM are on-hand to provide coaching support via email and calls for all our students where needed.
Barclays Life Skills
How LifeSkills can support you right now
The Covid-19 (‘coronavirus’) situation is understandably creating a lot of uncertainty. We want to do all we can to continue supporting learners like you, as well as your parents and teachers.
Despite the challenges we’re all facing, it’s important to use this time to keep building your skills, and there are lots things you can still do to be prepared for the future.
Are you ready to think about the areas you might like to develop in further? Spin the Wheel of Strengths and reflect on not only your skills, but your interests and personality traits, and how to develop them further to support your future.
On the website you’ll find just a few of the interactive tools, films and activities available for you to use from age 14+, right now on your own, with family, or other support to look at how to write a CV, develop skills for the workplace.
You can also sign up for more direct support on the website:
Explore roles in the NHS, The Creative Sector, Software Engineering, Engineering & Construction and what impacts the Labour Market
Some links are also suitable for Post-18 choices
Speak with the staff in the Sixth Form about your options and also visit the dedicated pages for university and apprenticeship support.
Technical Education Pathways
The Careers & Enterprise Company and AELP have created this resource which will support you in exploring technical training:
“Technical training gives employees the skills to complete their daily jobs and tasks at work. The technical education system in England offers a range of exciting opportunities, but sometimes it can be tricky to work out which might be the right option to progress your learning and career.
We know you need accurate information about the full range of options, so we have created this guide for you to find out about the different choices available.
It will help you:
- Find the best option for you using easy-to-follow graphics
- Show how qualifications sit together
- Get advice from those who have studied or are studying a qualification that interests you
- Get a clear concept of a job that interests you, what it involves, and how to get there
- Find all the links to where you, your family and your careers adviser can find all the information you need”
Just scan the codes or click on the links in the resource below:
Not thinking of university but want to pursue a degree?