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Careers Guidance will focus on the specific needs of the individual student to promote self- awareness and personal development. Â It will aim to provide current and relevant information to enable each student to make informed decisions about their future. It will be presented in an impartial manner and be confidential.Â Students have access to advice from our Careers Coordinator and Careers Connect Adviser. Â In May 2014 we were awarded the ROQA Skills for Life Award in recognition of the range and quality of our work providing opportunities for our students to enhance their futures in addition to their academic qualifications.
The Careers Programme will ensure:
Students gain a better understanding of the education, training and employment progression opportunities available to them.
Students sufficiently develop the skills they need to plan and manage their personal development and career plans.
Students have access to up to date careers information, taster days and relevant work experience.
Students can gain a better understanding of employability skills from links with local employers.
|Year Â Group||Activities|
|8||Students are introduce to Connected Portal, an online resource, provided by Career Connect and have the opportunity to use other online resources, such as Kudos, Careerscape and the National Careers Service.Â A day of Life Skills work is offered with support from Barclays Life Skills. They have group sessions with our Career Connect adviser.|
|9||A key Â focus in Year 9 is decision making. There is particular emphasis on preparing Â students to be fully informed regarding choices Post14. Students are Â supported in selecting their GCSE options.Â The students get an opportunity to work with local professional women on International Womenâs Day. They have group sessions with our Career Connect adviser.|
|10||During Â Year 10 students start to consider their plans for Y12.Â They will attend Taster Days in our Sixth Form or at local colleges.Â They have a Careersâ Fair to help them consider next steps. They have group sessions with our Career Connect adviser.|
|11||The Â Year 11 programme focuses on Post 16 options. All year 11 students have individual meetings with the Careers Adviser. Students will Â also write CVs and complete practice application forms. Students have a weekâs work experience and all have a mock interview with a local employer.|
|12||During Â Year 12 students explore Post 18 option choices as well as having the opportunity to complete some work experience. Students Â considering applying to higher education attend specific events throughout Â the year.Â Programmes of Study for vocational courses include work experience.|
|13||For Â those students applying to higher education the emphasis in Year 13 is the UCAS process. Students who are not considering H.E are supported in applying Â for further education, training and employment.|
Ms B. Hitchings, Senior teacher, has overall responsibility for Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
Mrs J. Billington is the Careers Connect Adviser.
If you would like to discuss your daughterâs careersâ options, please contact Ms Hitchings.
Careers Information and Online Resources
Students have free access to Connected Portal (www.connexionslive.com), an online resource which can be accessed from home using a password.
Other useful sites include:
The National Careers Service
The Russell Group
Labour Market Information
Liverpool City Region
Warwick University Labour Market Trends
Labour Market Information website
Jobs for Tomorrow