|Visit the dedicated T Level page on the Amazing Apprenticeships website to access a set of helpful T Level resources for teachers and careers advisers.|
On the page you will find:
Video of Minister Keegan explaining T Levels for students and parents
Presentation (with script) for teachers to explain T Levels to students
Graphical explainer film
A comprehensive Teacher Guide
Wide range of explainer recordings and accompanying presentation slides
|The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for schools and colleges programme (ASK) is back for the new academic year with a blended delivery model, meaning you can access face-to-face or virtual support, or a mix of both!|
| WATCH THE EXPLAINER FILM |
Our short explainer film is a great place to start, especially if you don’t have much time. The film gives a helpful overview of the new ASK 2020-21 blended offer and how to access it – and all in under 1.5 minutes! Once you have an overview, it’s time to get some more details with our new brochure…
| DOWNLOAD NEW BROCHURE |
Browse the ASK 2020-21 brochure to find out about the wide range of free support available to you. Once you’ve browsed, you can then book a planning meeting with your local delivery partner to discuss how they can best support your school or college.
| JOIN THE ORIENTATION WEBINAR |
Join our short orientation webinar ‘Understanding the ASK offer for 2020/21‘ to get a feel for the new activities on offer and how to access them. The 30min webinar is tomorrow (Thursday 10th September) at 3.45pm – don’t worry if you’re not available, register anyway and we’ll send you the recording.
The mission of Career Girls is for all girls to reach their full potential and discover their own path to empowerment through access to inspiring career role models and supportive girl-centric curriculum.
Based in the United States, CareerGirls.org is a video-based career exploration tool for girls, with an emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers. It’s free to use and free of commercials.
It includes over 7,000 video clips featuring more than 400 women role models. These successful women work in different careers—ranging from astronaut to musician to veterinarian—all over the United States.
CareerGirls.org is unique. It provides inspirational and educational videos of real women who have made it in their chosen fields—and combines these videos with other useful tools for both girls and educators. As well as the videos, their site also includes a range of free resources which you may be able to adapt to your own information, advice and guidance environment.
Visit the Careers Girls website HERE
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 will take place from Monday 13 to Sunday 19 May 2019. The theme for 2019 is Body Image – how we think and feel about our bodies
Body image issues can affect all of us at any age. During the week we will be publishing new research, considering some of the reasons why our body image can impact the way that we feel, campaigning for change and publishing practical tools.
Since our first Mental Health Awareness Week in 2001, we’ve raised awareness of topics like stress, relationships, loneliness, altruism, sleep, alcohol and friendship. This year, with your support, we want to reach more people than ever!
Find out more HERE
The hardest part of finding a job is getting started…
There are so many tools, resources, and technologies out there that just beginning your search or career development can seem overwhelming.
How can you find a job or further your career when you can’t even find the best tools to help you?
Well, we’re here to help. In this job search resources list we have carefully curated all the best job search articles and websites, so your focus can be on looking for the right job instead of looking for the right tools.
- Portfolio Builders
- Job Boards
- Interview Advice
- Freelance Websites
- Career Blogs
- Online Learning
- Career Books
- Professional Networking
- Career Videos
Careers advice for parents is a website developed by Carolyn Parry, the CDI’s Careers Adviser/Coach of the Year in 2017 and Project Associate (Wales).
There is a wealth of useful free material addressed to parents (use the Topics and Blog menus) as well as the course for teenagers, which requires a paid subscription.
Visit the website HERE
For the latest campaign promoting Apprenticeships to employers Click Here.
It includes business case studies, details about the costs associated with training an apprentice and other resources.
The following guidance documents are available to download from the matrix website.
The CDI has announced the launch of the revised and updated Framework for careers, employability and enterprise education (March 2018).
The framework can be downloaded from their website.
This new web page also provides PDF and Word versions of all the supporting documents mentioned in the framework.