Careers Super Learning day meeting employers.
Welcome to our Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance
The duty on schools to secure independent careers guidance for all year 7-11 students is intended to expand advice and guidance for young people so they are inspired and motivated to fulfil their potential. Schools should help every pupil develop high aspirations and consider a broad and ambitious range of careers. Inspiring every student through more real-life contacts with the world of work can help them understand where different choices can take them in the future.
All students will be able to access impartial career guidance from Year 7 to Year 11. They will receive information that is independent and the careers guidance provided is presented in an impartial manner and includes information on the range of education or training options, including Apprenticeships and other vocational pathways. The guidance given will always promote and be in the best interests of the students to whom it is given.
At the Peele Community College the Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance is coordinated and delivered by Mrs Jacqui Gilman. Mrs. Gilman has a Level 6 Diploma in Careers Guidance and Careers Development and is also a member of the Careers Development Institute.
Mrs Gilman will help you to develop and provide you with careers education, information and guidance to help you realise and fulfil your potential.
The types of support and information Students can expect are:
Further Education – college, 6th Forms and training in this area including apprenticeships.
Higher Education – advice on entry into a University and the UCAS process, student finance and alternative HE routes and schemes.
Labour Market – advice and information on entering the world of work, labour market trends, skills and qualifications suitable for different careers as well as CV and application workshops.
Interaction with employers through Super Learning days in school or during Citizenship lessons.
Mrs Gilman Careers Adviser