For Educators

Discover everything you need in order to provide good careers education to your students!
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

– Nelson Mandela 

Your Educator Guide

On this page you will find useful information regarding how you as an educator can better help your students find their next venture post education. On the right you will find information and resources for Careers Leaders, and below information for different avenues your students may wish to explore.

As the landscape of education continues to evolve, we understand the importance of equipping educators with the right resources to inspire and guide their students towards success. Whether they’re considering college, vocational training, entering the workforce, or pursuing other avenues, we’re here to provide you with the resources and tools you need to support them every step of the way.

Navigating the myriad of options available after high school can be overwhelming for students. That’s why we’ve curated a comprehensive collection of resources designed to help you assist students in discovering their interests, talents, and aspirations.

Resources for Careers Leaders

Useful information for Careers Leaders

Their Next Steps!

Are they finding their next decision difficult? Explore what options they have here.

University

Universities typically offer undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs across a wide range of fields, including arts, sciences, engineering, business, law, medicine, and more.

T Levels

T levels are designed to offer practical skills and knowledge in specific industry sectors, preparing students for skilled employment, further study, or apprenticeships.

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are structured programs designed to prepare individuals for skilled occupations across a wide range of industries, including construction, healthcare, information technology, manufacturing, and more.

Work experience

Work experience refers involves spending time in a workplace setting as a short-term placement or internship, where individuals can observe, learn, and participate in various tasks and activities related to a specific industry.

Resources for Careers Leaders

Transforming careers education for young people

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 step.

Helping them do their best

Perhaps your student is looking to improve their CV or to brush up on interview skills. The below links offer a range of useful hints, tips and advice on applying for jobs, the hiring process in general and on how best to sell their skills to stand out from the crowd.

Right for the role: Ways to tailor their CV

Firing off the same old CV time after time is a sure fire way to rule themselves out of the running for a job.

Have they been asked to do a interview? Don’t let them panic

Find out how to prepare your child for an interview here, leave your mark today!

How do they make their CV standout?

How to standout from the crowd with their CV.

Student SEND Zone

All young people including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) should be supported to achieve their goals.

Support to Gain Access to Work

Access to Work is a Government fund for those in work with a long term health condition or disability, including Dyslexia. It provides funding to minimise any impact your condition may have on you at work and it does not cost you anything.

Looking for a job?

Supported Employment is a way of providing assistance to people with a disability who need extra support to move towards and into work. BASE member organisations have the specialist knowledge to give you this support.

Find your Berkshire opportunity

From jobs to open days, your journey starts here.

Skills Bootcamps

An amazing opportunity for learners to gain industry-specific skills and boost their job prospects.

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