We work closely with sector colleagues and sector bodies to ensure our support is tailored and differentiated to meet your needs.
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‘Being able to draw on the work of CEC and its members and partners, and with the focus on Training Providers, has brought some rich ideas and connections that will further enhance the careers’ work in our settings.’ Simon Ashton, Assistant Principal, Nacro
This post-graduate Level 7 course has been developed by the Career Studies Unit (CSU) at the University of Warwick. In successfully completing the course and the assignment, you will gain a Postgraduate Award (30 credits at level 7) in Careers Leadership.
This resource is for providers who deliver encounters in schools, special schools and colleges to support students with learning about all pathways.
In the context of the provider access legislation, a provider is an organisation that offers approved technical education qualifications or their representative, for example an FE college or training provider. The purpose of the resource is to enable providers to effectively engage with schools, special schools and colleges to deliver encounters that have an impact on students and are aligned with the institution’s wider careers education programme.
Please find below a number of resources which will support you in promoting the wide range of technical education pathways which are available for young people. The resources (created in partnership with the Association of Employment and Learning Providers - AELP) are designed for careers colleagues to use to explain these pathways to young people as well as promoting the wider work of the Training Provider (ITP) sector.
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Developed by Young Money (part of Young Enterprise) this resource has been designed for use with young people age 14 – 16 in England and covers topics including spending and saving, borrowing, debt, insurance, student finance & future planning.
Funded by Martin Lewis, founder of MoneySavingExpert.com, this curriculum mapped textbook was sent to state funded English secondary schools in late 2018. Young Money (part of Young Enterprise) have now released an updated July 2021 Edition for England, which you can access here.
YourGamePlan is a free online learning platform designed to help young people transition from school to the workplace, and widen their understanding of the career opportunities available to them.
Watch two exciting new WOW Show programmes about careers in the NHS – designed for home schooling and beyond.
This resource has been created by Doncaster College and University Centre.
It takes key information from the SPELL Framework developed by The National Autistic Society as a starting point.
An example of how you can link a school or college recovery plan or overarching strategic objectives to a careers programme.
The Toolkit is for secondary schools, Academies and other education establishments - a guide for Head Teachers, Careers Leads and operations staff. It covers setting up and effectively managing and supervising placements or work experiences and has a number of standalone useful checklists and forms.
Prepare for a student’s work experience placement with these easily adaptable templates and example paperwork – developed by the Tees Valley Combined Authority.
The Why It Matters resources developed by the team at Loughborough University are designed to help students to understand where studying different subjects (both post 16 and post 18) might lead.
The University of London Careers Service have developed a new free, impartial and accurate online careers course resource for school and college students (aged 16-18), to help them learn more and make good, well-informed career decisions about their post-18 careers options.
Developed by the team in the Black Country Careers Hub this short resource is designed to support young people with SEND to understand what an entrepreneur is. This resource features in the My Skills My Future programme.
Developed by Inspiring Worcestershire.
Learning more about Worcestershire’s key growth sectors will enable you to understand a variety of important information which could aid you in the decision-making process surrounding your potential career pathway and the choices you make during the remainder of your journey through education.
This activity has been developed by College Park School and is part of the My Skills My Future programme. It contains a lesson plan and accompanying resources aimed at young people in SEND group 1.
Introduction to Careers Leadership for Training Providers
This short course supports thinking around what careers means in an institution. This online course is intended to support with the development of foundational knowledge and understanding in preparation for supporting all learners around careers education.