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The 101 Amazing Apprenticeship Activities for Schools Guide is designed to be used by schools and other educational establishments supporting students in years 10 – 13, teachers and parents
Inform young people and their parents about the options available after GCSE level learning with these visually engaging guides – developed by the Department for Education.
Developed by the Inspiring Worcestershire Careers Hub team this activity should enable SEND students from with the ability to begin to learn how to research information regarding different job roles of interest to them.
Developed by the Inspiring Worcestershire Careers Hub team this resource has been specifically
designed to be used as a discussion activity with SEND students around a TV programme linked to the world of work
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.
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
As a Careers Leader, you can use this revised checklist as an annual review of provision to support your planning for the following year.
This well-known resource can be used to help contextualise the world of work alongside curriculum study – and support young people in making informed decisions.
Access easily digestible content online that’s designed to build up your students’ CVs via a host of interactive videos, animations, quizzes and more.
The Black Country Careers Hub have developed a number of resources to support those working with young people with SEND in the different settings. Many of these resources are featured in the My Skills My Future programme
How should you introduce the apprenticeship route to your students, so that they can start to make informed choices about their future? We challenge pre-conceptions and discover different areas of apprenticeships, some of which may surprise your pupils, using examples from across the British Army
Personalise your own CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance) policy with this helpful template designed by the Bridge, Greater Manchester.