The ASK programme (Apprenticeships Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges) continues to offer every educational establishment in England with students in years 10 – 13 access to a free, bespoke support package to transform apprenticeship and vocational education awareness activities so that students, parents and carers, teachers and careers advisers, and governors can be informed about the wonderful opportunities available.
Watch this webinar and following the accompanying resource to support planning and delivery of meaningful experiences of the workplace
Feel confident that your interpretation of the eight Gatsby Benchmarks aligns with that of other schools across the country by using this handy set of prompt questions.
Developed by the team at Solihull Careers Hub, this is an editable overview for an academic year of events and specific weeks across the country to support in planning events and the development of a careers education programme.
Improve your planning activity with our quality-assured example evaluation forms – designed for all stakeholders and fully editable to meet your needs.
Make sure everyone knows which way you’re heading: ensure all stakeholders understand your careers programme by using these templates to present it in a visual way.
See a great example of a learner journey within a SEND environment – developed by Shaftesbury High School, a special needs school in Harrow, London.
The STEM Careers Toolkit for secondary schools and colleges is filled with creative ideas and practical suggestions on how to build STEM specific content into your careers strategy.
Learn more about the various aspects of early career development for 18-year olds with SEND and provide more targeted support with this model.
Looking for valuable careers information that’s targeted at students, parents, staff and employers too? This handy website will help.
T Levels are a brand-new qualification choice that will follow GCSEs and give students a head start towards the career they want. They will suit students who wish to start working towards a skilled occupation, prefer a practical approach to learning and want a predominantly classroom-based course