Supporting the Future Talent Pool
September 7, 2022
1:00pm - 2:00pm
As a business, how can you support the education system, what local students need to help them develop the right skills before entering the employment market. This session is designed to breakdown the myths on what is required, and some support can be as little as 1 day per year! Overall the support required could be broken down to, but exclusively,:
- Running masterclasses around employability skills
- Speaking about their workplace/jobs in their sector in assemblies
- Offering tours around the workplace to school groups
- Work experience/internships of various lengths.
- Supporting ages from Year 7 through to Year 13.
There are number of schemes locally, and we have 3 amazing guest speakers to hi-light each area, so you can decide what would suit your business.
- Careers Hub Manager – Carrie Abbott
Careers Hubs bring together schools, colleges, employers, and apprenticeship providers in local areas across England. The goal is to make it easier for schools and colleges to improve how they prepare young people for their best next steps.
- Careers Ready – Caroline Emery
Career Ready are UK-wide charity providing talented young people with career opportunities, experiences, and new skills. We work across the UK, prioritising young people and areas who need our support the most. You can visit our website which contains a wealth of information about us.
- Newcastle Stafford College Group (NSCG)
As a college NSCG are one only a few colleges that launched the recently introduced T-Levels. The focus will be advising on how these have been developed to be a vocational option for students following GCSE’s, looking at, How does a T-Level work?; What subjects can you study as part of a T-Level? How does the industry placement work?