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Amazing Apprenticeships is a small team with a big mission. They offer help to educators, employers and students navigate the fast-changing world of apprenticeships.
Below are links to some of the resources they have on offer.
A unique comprehensive on-line careers advice system commencing with a personal profile quiz using graphic images.
Learn about successful Cornerstone Employer Groups – how they work and what they have achieved. This resource includes a variety of case studies from some of our regional Careers Hubs.
Case study from the Cornerstone Employer Group at the Liverpool City Region Careers Hub highlighting recent work on Vocational pathways with The Regena Group, Keepmoat Homes, Jaguar Land Rover and others.
Case study from the Coast to Capital Careers Hub – sheds light on a recent group activity on Vocational pathways undertaken with Thakeham Homes, British Airways, Gatwick Airport, Unilever, Atkins, Honeywell, Thales, NHS, Fidelity International and ITV.
EmployAbility Leisure is an initiative by Aspire (EmployAbility Leisure) to create more accessible and inclusive training and workplace environments for disabled people in the fitness and leisure sector. Evidence-based guidance published as a result for disabled people, training providers and employers is available for free, instant download here.
‘Globally Responsible Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics’ (GRC-STEM) – will help the growing number of job-seekers looking for employment with organisations that prioritise sustainable and ethical concerns.
This online resource asks each individual a series of questions concerning:
- their personal requirements from a career and considering their interests in science and technology;
- the type of work they are interested in; and
- their ethical concerns, bearing in mind the global issues that face society.
Immerse Education offers two week programmes in academic subject development with tutors from the University of Oxford and Cambridge. These take place as a residential programme in July and August, with accommodation provided at the universities, and a full programme of support academic and social activities.
There are also options to take part virtually, with an Online Academic Insights programme that runs for two weeks in December, April and throughout July and August. Although this is a fee-paying programme, we have bursaries available, and offer scholarships based on an essay competition open to all students aged 13-18.
Look through over 100 careers in the games industry, with information on educational routes, links to further learning and interviews with professional staff.
This is the sixth resource in our Supporting Employers: Working with Young People with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) collection.
This resource takes you through some tips on choosing and planning activity when working with young people with SEND. It also contains useful checklists for when you choose your activity to support its implementation.