Our commitment to providing Careers Education, Information, Advice, and Guidance (CEIAG) aims to:

Inspire: Inspire individuals about their future prospects.

Raise Aspirations: Elevate aspirations, level the playing field, broaden horizons, and increase awareness of available opportunities.

Empower Decision-Making: Enable learners and apprentices to make realistic, well-informed career decisions and transitions.

Enhance Skills: Equip students with the employability skills and study skills needed for success beyond their school years.

Integrate: Be relevant, timely, and integrated into the overall curriculum to meet learners and apprentices' needs.

Contextualize: Understand the context of both individuals and the local area in terms of career opportunities, ensuring that guidance is appropriate to these contexts.

Partner: Provide CEIAG in partnership with learners and apprentices, their parents/carers, and our chosen professional and community partners.

We are dedicated to delivering a planned CEIAG program for all learners and apprentices. Further information is signposted on this webpage, in addition to the IAG provided by our staff.

Our commitment aligns with the Gatsby Benchmarks and practical outcomes such as positive destinations, successful transitions, and ongoing development of employability skills. We work closely with external partners to ensure that specific groups of leaners and apprentices receive tailored careers advice and guidance.

We remain attentive to relevant guidance from sources such as the DfE, Ofsted, and other agencies to continually improve outcomes for our learners and apprentices.

The CEIAG program for each learner or apprentice encompasses taught workshops, work-related learning, online and printed information, personal mentoring and individual interviews. Career-related content is embedded within the formal academic curriculum where appropriate, with each subject area incorporating links to relevant careers and life skills within their schemes of learning. Learners and apprentices are educated about employment opportunities aligned with the skills they acquire.

The National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provides free impartial information, advice and guidance on education, training and work to adults and young people aged 13 years and over.

Individuals can access support through a website, telephone helpline and web chat service. Advisers can support young people to make informed choices by providing insights into all the different routes including apprenticeships, traineeships, other technical qualifications and academic options.


Further Careers Information

https://uk.jobted.com/job-descriptions – This website offers hundreds of links to useful careers and job hunting agencies. You can search the website by career or alphabetically.
www.careersfair.com – A range of features including sections on finding jobs (linking to a wide range of job sites), researching your career, careers advice and learning new skills. Also includes lists of advice organisations and careers information sources.
www.allaboutcareers.com/careers – Careers information aimed at 16-24-year-olds.
www.inputyouth.co.uk – Job search with information and alternatives, CV-building, volunteering, career planning and outside links.
www.gov.uk/jobsearch – British government website for finding job vacancies.
www.totaljobs.com – Search for jobs by sector or location, CV builder and checker.
www.indeed.co.uk – Search jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites.
www.careersbox.co.uk – Films, News and information on various careers.
www.notgoingtouni.co.uk – All other options than full-time university courses.
www.apprenticeships.gov.uk – National apprenticeship service.

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