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Careers Advice Toolkit
October 25, 2019
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WorldSkills UK and Youth Employment UK have published a new digital Careers Advice Toolkit. The comprehensive guide supports young people with employability and careers information they need for their futures. 

There are 19 lesson plans in total, covering Key Stage 3 and 4 all mapped against the Careers Development Institute and Gatsby Benchmark Frameworks.

Learners will be coached through their career journey, helped to identify their own motivators and skills, understand their career options and also the developmental tools and pathways available to them. 

The lessons can be delivered as bitesize pieces of content or as a whole career curriculum with video’s, quizzes and engaging activities to support the learner along their career journey.

It’s completely free to use. To access the Careers Advice Toolkit you need to complete a form giving your details – it can be accessed using the link below.

Click here 

Career Change Toolkit
August 19, 2019
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Activities and advice to help your clients explore career options and make it happen!

This Toolkit will help your clients:

  • Work out whether it’s time for a career change 
  • Explore what it is they want to change
  • Think through options which match their strengths, interests and values
  • Consider alternatives to a complete career change
  • Work out how feasible a change would be and what is involved
  • Implement specific strategies to make it happen.

https://www.jobs.ac.uk/media/pdf/careers/resources/career-change-toolkit.pdf

Apprenticeship Fire It Up Toolkit
February 5, 2019
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The government has launched its new ‘Fire it Up’ campaign to showcase the diverse range of opportunities available to apprentices. https://gallery.mailchimp.com/ebd004a8047907dc47d269fd1/images/d3c464a1-8852-4953-b631-90dd6f8ec68f.jpg

The new campaign aims to inspire and engage employers as well as individuals and education providers in apprenticeships.

To support employers with promoting the campaign, DfE has created a communication toolkit which gives information and guidance on how to promote apprenticeships through your social media channels.

For more information on the Fire it up campaign visit:www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/