Ofsted has been giving careers guidance a higher priority in school inspections since September 2013, taking into account how well the school delivers advice and guidance to all pupils in judging its leadership and management. We can offer comprehensive Careers EIAG provision, including:
- Independent one-to-one careers guidance for students from Years 7 - 13
- The latest labour market information from across Cheshire and the Liverpool City Region
- Support on hand when you need us, including on parents’ evening and exam results day
We can tailor a package to suit your school’s specific needs, including a dedicated careers advisor in your school every week and support on parents’ evening and exam results day. Scheduled one-to-one support is most useful for Year 8 or 9 students decided on their GCSE options and Year 11 and Year 13 students looking at their next steps. But students right the way from Years 7 - 13 can use the drop in service to see their careers advisor at break, lunchtime and after school. Not only is the careers education, information, advice and guidance package extremely flexible, but it can be complemented by our work experience service and employability and enterprise activities, including mock interviews and CV workshops.
A careers fair is an excellent networking opportunity and a chance to meet representatives of potential future employers. They're also a great chance to get to grips with the range of training providers available, from sixth form colleges to apprenticeship providers. We have great links with employers right across the Liverpool City Region to give your students a wide range of contacts.
Inspiring speakers can introduce students to a world outside their regular communities and ideas of work. They can also raise students aspirations and are a great way to keep in touch with your alumni community. The chance to hear from a successful figure can have a real impact on how students look at their own journey, education and aspirations in school and beyond.