ACT 2 CAM
Act 2 Cam run courses designed and delivered by education experts, observing contemporary Teaching and Learning guidelines.
Volunteering at Blackpool Victoria Hospital
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Help 4 Teens
Which Way Now is a magazine which is full of ideas to help you choose your key stage 4 options. You can find out what you will need to think about, read about other young people's experiences and use the checklists to make sure you don't forget to do anything. Click here to visit the site.
School Leavers Jobs.co.uk
A new website for school leaver jobs and apprenticeships in the UK. With well over 2000 jobs and apprenticeships where school leavers can apply online and their application is delivered immediately to the recruiter by email. Click here to visit the site.
The National Careers Service
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice, supported by qualified careers advisers. Click here to visit the site.
The National Apprecticeship Service
The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) supports, funds and co-ordinates the delivery of Apprenticeships throughout England. We are responsible for increasing the number of Apprenticeship opportunities and providing a dedicated, responsive service for both employers and learners. This includes simplifying the process of recruiting an apprentice through Apprenticeship vacancies, an online system where employers can advertise their Apprenticeship job vacancies and potential apprentices can apply. Click here to visit the main Apprenticeships site.
BigAmbition is a branch of e-skills UK, which is a not-for-profit, employer-led organisation, licensed by government as the Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology.
e-skills UK bring together a powerful collaboration of industry leaders to create a coherent suite of skills strategies based on research input from over 4,000 employers. Board members include the CEOs/MDs of Accenture, IBM UK, EDS, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Oracle, Smart421, Vodafone and T-Mobile, the Heads of IT at BT, British Airways, Ford Motor Company, John Lewis and the Inland Revenue, and Directors of Contact Centres including T-Mobile, Positive Contact, EDF Energy, Brakes, BT and 118 UK. Media coverage of e-skills UK’s work reaches over 2 million people a month and our collective websites boast over 100,000 unique users within the youth market.
BigAmbition, is a revolutionary programme whose primary strategy is to attract teenagers towards education and careers within the IT sector. No easy task when you realise that for teenagers IT is synonymous with the IT crowd!
The initiative focuses on helping 14-19 year olds make informed choices in an inspiring and accessible way – stimulating demand among young people for technology-related degrees and careers plus improving the gender imbalance in IT. Click here to visit the site.
Prospects is the UK's leading provider of information, advice and opportunities to students and graduates. We publish a wide collection of journals and directories, as well as provide an extensive graduate careers website. Click here to visit the site.
Uni's not for me
Uni’s not for me is an online careers development resource providing independent advice for young people considering alternatives to university. Want to make an informed decision about your future? Looking for information, ideas and inspiration about what to do next? Or got some advice or experiences you’d like to share with others? Grab yourself a cuppa and come on in. Click here to visit the site.
Notgoingtouni.co.uk is dedicated to helping school & college leavers make informed decisions about their future by showing the opportunities that exist outside of traditional university such as apprenticeships, sponsored degrees, diplomas, gap years, distance learning and jobs. However we are not anti-uni. Click here to visit the site.
The Winter Sports Company
This digital leaflet has details on how to gain instructor qualifications in skiing and snowboarding. The content includes information on where and how to attain internationally recognised certification as well as advice on starting a career and finding employment around the world.
They believe this information is a chance for your students to explore alternatives to the traditional routes to employment and training. A ski and snowboard instructor programme, either as the start to a career or as part of a gap year, will develop students’ skills, confidence and knowledge.
They are also currently seeking interns for winter 2014/2015 internship programme. This programme gives students a chance to gain instructor qualifications at a much reduced cost whilst earning.the link below will help you consider if you would benefit from this opportunity?