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An introduction to My Week of Work and the sector options for students to explore: creative digital, engineering, construction, energy and renewables and health and social care. The final session of the day gives an insight into the world of work.
These lessons explore what it means to be an effective leader, how to create an impactful CV and recognise and demonstrate employability skills. The week is completed with some reflection – what could be your next steps and how to prepare for discussions with a careers adviser.
Introducing the world of Human Resources. These lessons cover work/life balance, dealing with stress at work and self-reflection, considering which careers options would suit you.
Introducing the world of Recruitment. These lessons cover the skills employers look for, how businesses recruit, entrepreneurship and project planning skills.
Introducing the world of Marketing. These lessons cover innovative thinking, creativity, marketing campaigns and promoting yourself as a brand.
Here you will find the link to the LearnLive content which accompanied the My Week Of Work series in June 2020
This guide supports the use of the My Week of Work resources.
An example of how My Week of Work could be adapted and used in your school or college, Shrewsbury Academy structured the programme as compulsory modules, which tutor groups can watch together and engage in follow up discussions, and optional modules which enables learners to choose the sectors and employers they are interested in.
If you are interested in helping your students learn about the food and grocery industry, we would recommend IGD Feeding Britains Futures. It is a free initiative that brings the industry together to develop students’ employability skills and learn about the wide range of roles in the industry.
AMSP have created a suite of resource, which allow Maths teachers to link curriculum learning to careers. Included is an exciting set of videos, which showcase the maths in different careers. Each video is paired with a resource, for students to get a real taste of what the job may entail
Amazing Apprenticeships created ‘The Apprenticeship A-Z of Women at Work’ as a teaching resource for schools to mark International Women’s Day 2019 (Sunday 8th March).
Amazing Apprenticeships have created a brand-new teaching resource for schools, ‘The Apprenticeship A-Z of Men at Work’ to mark International Men’s Day on Thursday 19th November 2020.