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We work with schools, colleges and employers to help every young person find their best next step.
My Learning, My Future is a suite of Benchmark 4 resources to support subject teaching staff, from 27 subjects at KS3, KS4 & Post 16, to engage students in curriculum learning by highlighting the relevance of their subjects to future careers, opportunities and pathways.
This programme is focused on the different stages of transition experienced by young people on the journey from education to the world of work. The materials provided by our partners consist of lesson materials, pathways information and engagement videos.
This programme has been collated from resources across our partners and network to support young people with SEND under the two groups identified in the SEND toolkit. It contains lessons around employability skill development, employer projects and engagement videos.
Written by teachers, for teachers!
This course is designed to support subject teachers in understanding the role they play in careers education and how they can, through their subject, support young people to make informed choices about their best next step and potential career pathway.
The British Beauty Council, STEM Learning and Careers and Enterprise are collaborating to develop the first dedicated beauty-related resource for secondary schools, showcasing and demonstrating the enriching careers across the beauty and STEM sector. The films below highlight opportunities in cosmetic science, fragrance, sustainability and technology.
A range of e-learning bitesize resources supporting educators and careers leaders to inspire students to choose technical education and apprenticeships as prestigious career pathways. With a focus on STEM, future skills and priority skill areas, whether it’s general TVET careers education and information you are looking to provide, or sector and industry specific, our module and video resources are easy to use and take between 25-45 minutes to complete.
Careers Resource for KS4 EAL Students who are new to or developing English Skills.
Four Careers Sessions and Home Learning Sessions with workbook, job directory, Video Resource, and quiz. Available in 10 different languages.
A flowchart showing the decisions a young person may make, considering whether or not they are neurodivergent, on their journey towards a job interview. This is available as an A4 worksheet and an A3 poster.
Created by Open Study College, this resource comprises a collection of career guides for those looking to explore their employment options.
The advertising industry is calling out for more diversity, as currently only 13% are people of colour. Award winning agency, Leo Burnett, worked with Black students from Lambeth to create this film, to inspire fellow students to consider a career in advertising.