Whether you are volunteering with a school or college or are developing your business’s approach to education outreach then you can find helpful resources below. Use the filters to surface the most appropriate material.
Resources for employers to access a single source of truth which makes the education and skills landscape easier to navigate.
Developed in partnership with Careermap, these resources contain all the information employers need to offer experiences of the workplace to young people.
Resources include a webinar and slide deck to support employer understanding.
The Careermag for Inclusion series is designed for employers who do not currently work with young people with SEND. It showcases case studies of success to inspire employers to get involved and highlights the benefits for the young people and for the business.
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Some suggested messaging for use when promoting the Give an Hour campaign on social media.
A link to the Enterprise Adviser campaign video.
Email templates to encourage someone to volunteer.
A detailed guide for employers on strategies to support employees who are neurodiverse. Evidence based ideas and suggested adjustments so that all employees can thrive and add value to their workplace.
Developed by the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTI). This resource is focused on employing people with a mental health condition, a learning disability and/or autistic people.
Working with Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Step by step resources to support Employers and Enterprise Advisers when working with young people with SEND. Designed to increase levels of confidence in providing experiences and encounters of work, these resources will not only benefit young people with SEND, but also your business and workforce.
An Employer’s guide to supporting STEM careers education in England
This Employer’s guide to STEM careers education explains how employer engagement can support secondary schools and colleges in England to deliver high-quality science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers education.
Access the resource here.