The Careers Leader needs to be someone who can:
- Take responsibility for continuous improvement of the strategic careers plan and the progressive careers programme, which should be planned and implemented to ensure positive outcomes for young people
- Coordinate and manage the various elements of the careers programme informed by a strategic careers plan aligned to school, special school or college priorities
- Liaise with external partners, such as employers, learning providers and career guidance services
- Pay careful attention to feedback from all stakeholders and to the destinations of pupils
Developed with you in mind, we’ve made it easy to quickly find the trusted, high quality resources you need to make a difference. We’ve identified, and regularly update, key resources that can directly support you as you plan, implement and measure the impact of your strategic careers plan and progressive careers programme and as you work towards achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks.
Careers Leader resources
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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
Help more of your students progress into the UK’s most competitive universities by using these free CPD resources, developed by the Russell Group.
Developed by Green Corridor College this resource is part of the My Skills My Future programme
How do you get into specific roles within the health industry? This website, developed by Allied Health, shows students how to get into the profession.
This resource contains a collection of toolkits to help more autistic young people access sustainable and meaningful employment opportunities.
The resources will help employers to develop their awareness and understanding of autism. They will support the hiring and retaining of talented autistic young people.
These resources are also relevant for autistic young people, their parents/carers, teachers, and other relevant professionals to support a young person to make informed choices about their future employment opportunities.
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 presentation was used in a workshop to support the thinking around the development of BM4 in a SEND setting.
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.
This resource has been developed by colleagues in Liverpool City Region Careers Hub to support resource and CPD to Careers Leaders on all elements of BM1
Access easily digestible content online that’s designed to build up your students’ CVs via a host of interactive videos, animations, quizzes and more.