Career Leaders and other school staff can gain virtual access to an amazing range of thousands of diverse volunteers without being limited by geography, to inspire Y7 – Y13 students about subject options, post-16 options and pathways to their dream job. With live virtual sessions or pre-recorded sessions, we can support you to maximise volunteer encounters to meet Gatsby Benchmarks 4-7.
Through our portal, gain virtual access to an amazing range of thousands of diverse volunteers to inspire primary pupils about the world of work. In child-friendly formats, volunteers help pupils link subject learning to their futures as they interact with relatable role models that challenge gender stereotypes. We can support you to setup safe, interactive and impactful aspirational activities and provide flexible pre-recorded sessions
Not Going To Uni are the UK’s leading website dedicated to helping school & college leavers make informed decisions about their future by showing the opportunities that exist outside of the traditional university route. These can include apprenticeships, degree apprenticeships, gap years, traineeships and jobs.
Skills Builder Benchmark is an online self-assessment tool where you can discover your essential skills strengths and areas for improvement. It is a useful, reflective tool for anyone who would like to learn more about themselves and be able to talk confidently about their skillset.
Some great resources for teachers and students to raise aspirations and awareness of your skills and qualities which will help when you come to apply for courses or jobs in the future, courtesy of the Humber Outreach Programme. This has now been updated with a fully online workbook, with no printing required.
IMI Autocity is the one-stop-shop for impartial careers information and advice on careers in the Retail Motor Industry. Whether you are an individual looking to start or progress your career, or a teacher or careers advisor who supports others in making their career choices, Autocity is the place to start.
Listen to six professionals working in non-stereotypical roles and industries which rely on computing skills to show how essential it is to have a foundational knowledge of the subject.
Help engage your students with key employability messages regarding the importance of punctuality, attendance, behaviour and target setting. This booklet is ideal to use during tutor time over the course of the year to ensure students focus on forming good habits that will serve them well in the future.
This is your big chance for your students to get involved in National Careers Week and work together to create something special. The Job Journey App Challenge, designed for students in Key Stage 2-4, allows groups of students to exhibit their creativity and design skills
Our sponsors have created for us some great crosswords with loads of keywords relating to their industry sector to share with pupils. Clues are provided to make it a real learning experience and each is provided with or without a word bank to support younger students
Careers Cafes are an opportunity for young people to speak to adults who are not teachers, who work in local companies. This is a great way to help give young people an insight into working life and different careers in your local area. Use this handy set of resources to help get your Careers Café project started
The Skills Suitcase is a great individual or paired activity to help students recognise key skills they may not realise the importance of. Can be used in conjunction with the Student Profile. Quick to prepare for and easy to deliver to groups of all sizes