Resources for SEND specialists
The National Careers Strategy makes it clear that all young people should be supported to achieve their optimum career outcome. Therefore, our resources aren’t just for those in SEND-specific settings, they’re also for use within any other setting that includes young people with SEND.
This is the electronic version of the SEND Outreach Campaign. It contains lots of useful resources for Career Leaders in a SEND setting.
Contained in the pack are the following:
- SEND Gatsby Toolkit
- Transform your careers programme - Career Leader training details
- Compass for Special
- Careers Health Checklist
- Same and Different model
This interactive checklist will support you to think about the Careers provision you have within your SEND setting.
Take a step in the right direction: help all stakeholders understand your SEND careers programme by using this template to present it visually.
This presentation was used in a workshop to support the thinking around the development of BM4 in a SEND setting.
Learn more about the various aspects of early career development for 18-year olds with SEND and provide more targeted support with this model.
These posters show potential pathways for young people at the age of 16. Developed with the support of the Birmingham SEND Careers Hub the posters are relevant for those typically not likely to take GCSE (Career Group 1) and those typically likely (Career Group 2).
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This resource contains links to a number of videos developed by Scope, the disability and equality charity. These are featured in the My Skills My Future programme.
This resource links to a series of videos to raise understanding of Ubisoft as a company as part of the My Skills My Future programme.
This resource contains links to a series of videos to support understanding around SONY as an employer as part of the My Skills My Future programme.
Developed as part of the My Skills My Future programme this is a simple task to support young people with SEND to understand elements of the business in the retail sector.
This project is part of the My Skills My Future programme and looks at Marriott International as a Company to raise awareness.
This page contains resources for the Employer project section of the My Skills My Future programme designed by the team at Catcote Academy a Special School in Tees Valley.
Moving on: Student Transitions and Preparing for Adulthood is a pick and mix of different worksheets, activities and guidance to support young people as they transition from school and into adulthood.
Developed by Catcote Academy this resource is part of the My Skills My Future programme. It contains a slide deck to showcase the opportunities available at Morrisons and is aimed at both SEND groups and AP/PRU.
Launch Your Career is a transformational career search and discovery platform, that uses VIRTUAL REALITY to engage and immerse young people on a personalized journey.
These resources have been developed by South Somerset Partnership to support families of SEND students in understanding what is effective transition and avenues of support.
Inspiring Worcestershire Careers Hub have developed a number of resources for SEND as part of the work in the SEND Community of Practice.
HS2 have developed a new collection of STEM lessons and activities, to support teachers who would like to bring a careers context to curriculum learning.
My Skills My Future
This programme has been collated from resources across our partners and network to support young people with SEND under the 2 groups identified in the SEND toolkit. It contains lessons around employability skill development , employer projects and engagement videos all to support young people in their next steps.