Students are supported throughout their time at Iveshead in accessing careers advice and information. This is through a number of initiatives such as attending careers fairs and participating in experience days. A full breakdown of our careers provision is available to view here.
Our Provider Access Statement is available to view here.
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Events and Activities
Virtual apprenticeship sessions for teachers and parents
19th November 2020
We are bringing virtual apprenticeships sessions to you! On 19h November at 6:30, We’re hosting two sessions specifically aimed at parents and school staff to give them all the information they need to fully understand the apprenticeship pathway . And, thanks to the ASK Project, the sessions are free to attend. Both sessions will be delivered by one of our expert speakers, and because we’re delivering on behalf of the National Apprenticeship Service, the seesions will be impartail and unbiased.
The session will aim to break down myths and challenge misconceptions about the apprenticeship pathway. We’ll give a complete overview on what the apprenticeship pathway now entails, the levels of apprenticeships available, and how to best support their children through the application process. Plus, there’ll be the opportunity to ask our expert presenter questions.
Places are limited for both the parent and school staff sessions, so sign up quickly to avoid disappointment!
Pathways is a collaboration between the University of Leicester, DMU, Loughborough University and Leicester College, who offer impartial information and insights into all of the Higher Education learning options that could get your students qualified to do their dream job. The Pathways website gives students a chance to explore partner universities in virtual reality. This can be done at home on a smart phone and Pathways have created some worksheets to help guide students around: https://www.pathwaystohe.ac.
On Tuesday and Thursdays Emma and Rosie from the Pathways Team will be taking to twitter to offer support, answer questions and review assignments for English and for Science Subjects. Follow: @PathwaysEM
Skills Builder have set up a Home Learning Hub, so that teachers, parents and students can easily and freely access essential skills building resources from home. You can click into a range of activities aimed at different age groups, linked to eight key life and employability skills. See: https://www.skillsbuilder.org/
There are over 350 job roles in the NHS, a growing sector of work as trends show that we are living longer, but with more complex health conditions. Young people and adults can explore the wide range of roles, and do a fun quiz to see which roles they are best suited to on: https://www.healthcareers.
Here are some websites and resources which students will find helpful and of interest:
www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk – offers impartial advice on CV writing, career routes and access to specialist careers advisors.
www.ucas.com – information regarding Higher Education. You can research courses and entry requirements.
www.apprenticeships.org.uk – lots of information on apprenticeships, vacancies are also posted here.
www.prospects.ac.uk – graduate careers information and vacancies.
www.notgoingtouni.co.uk – information on alternatives to full-time Higher Education.
www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/ – NHS Careers. Lots of information on the different careers within the NHS.
http://recruit.college.police.uk – Lots of information on the different careers in the Police.