- Careers Education, Information & Guidance (CEIAG) & Work Related Learning
- KS5 CEIAG Programme
KS5 CEIAG Programme
Years 12 and 13 - Take-Off!
Looking ahead to:
Further career-path investigation; use UNIFROG to record and discover
Life-skills: Meet industry-ambassadors
Focused-career Work Experience (Year 12)
Personal branding and generating more skills and attributes to give a competitive edge.
Year 12 Programme 2021
We are planning to host Design Your Future (Careers Fair) event during the summer months of 2022. It is provided by ‘Learning To Work’ and it will be an interactive virtual event where students will be able to explore a variety of career paths by having conversations and seeing professional exhibits/presentations from inspirational employees of many prestigious companies from a whole range of career-disciplines. Full details of this will be circulated a little nearer the time.Our Year 12s are supported and trained to create a competitive UCAS application after in-depth investigation and research into possible universities. Other exit options are also discussed; routes such as apprenticeships, internships, employment etc.
In the Summer term, an annual Year 12 Futures Week event is held which offers a wide range of career and ‘next-step’ activities to help our students make focused plans for their future. There will be opportunities to develop personal branding and will meet industry ambassadors.
Year 13 Interview Skills Workshop
This day which is run by 'Learning to Work' is made up of 3 workshops with the aim of providing students of a better understanding of the interview/ selection process and how to be successful in an interview.
Virtual Interview Preparation
Preparation, what to expect and how to achieve maximum impact
Explores what happens and why at an assessment centre, includes a practical exercise.
Practising the Interview Process
Based around university interviews, content and context. Students work in groups of three taking turns to interview, be the interviewee and to be the observer. Students are mentored by business volunteers.