Careers

National Careers Week 2021 (1st-6th March)

It’s here!… Welcome to National Careers Week 2021! @careersweek

Ways to get involved…

  1. Follow #ncw2021
  2. Explore www.ncw2021.co.uk and make notes on the Careers that you find
  3. Complete the “Launch Yourself” booklet and the daily Careers activities.

 

The following short video explains the Virtual Careers Fair

To find out more go to:  www.nationalcareersweek.com #NCW2021

 

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Careers Education Advice and Guidance

https://www.stokecoll.ac.uk/events/open-evenings/

 

Useful careers information in light of the Coronavirus outbreak

A new online learning platform to help boost the nation’s skills while people are staying at home, has been launched. Free courses are available through the new online platform hosted on the gov.uk website, called the Skills Toolkit, link: The Skills Toolkit  Further information can be found on the gov.uk article via the following link : New free online learning platform to boost workplace skills


Other useful platforms

Personality Profile

Take the Buzz Quiz  to find out your personality profile in a fun way

KUDOS

We use Kudos in school to explore work that is suited to an individual’s skills and interests. Students are able to use Kudos at home and I have attached the Parents Ebook for support: Parents Ebook

Higher Horizons Activities

Many of our students in years 9-13 will have worked with Higher Horizons (visits to Keele or Staffs for study days, White Water Writers, Exotic Zoo etc). HH have provided some online resources to support home learning and all resources can be found at 

Success at School

A range of resources from a range of employers:   Employer careers and educational resources you can use