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Skills Builder Benchmark is an online self-assessment tool. Individuals aged 11+ can register and record their reflections against the Skills Builder Framework
Identify what ‘good’ looks like across all eight Gatsby Benchmarks, see useful case studies, and follow practical suggestions for putting the benchmarks into practice.
If you are working to deliver the Gatsby Benchmarks for young people with SEND – in any setting – you will find lots of practical help in this toolkit.
Access case studies of best practice in schools, as well as tips and practical suggestions for successfully implementing the eight Gatsby Benchmarks.
Amazing Apprenticeships has created this tool to help schools and other educational establishments to work through a series of questions to assess where they are in their planning and provision of apprenticeship information
In the attached document you will find details of the free CEC Autumn CPD offer for Careers Leaders.
Please click on the relevant links in the document to register for any of the events
Use this resource to support the challenging of stereotypes at key stage 3 level. All supporting lesson resources are included for free.
Watch two exciting new WOW Show programmes about careers in the NHS – designed for home schooling and beyond.
This Gatsby Benchmark-aligned profiling platform is designed to present and evidence an individual’s natural talents – and align them with real job requirements.
Create your own three-year data collection plan by using this example timeline. Gain ideas to shape your own plan while supporting the benchmark requirements.
Developed by the Inspiring Worcestershire Careers Hub team this activity has been designed to accompany activities around raising aspirations along with exploring career choices for SEND students.
Parents and carers play an important part in the careers and education choices of young people. The Gatsby Foundation and The Careers and Enterprise Company have worked with Careers Leaders to explore ideas and good practice for working with parents in these challenging times.
NEW added 10th July 3 guides to support induction, transition and beyond