Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance
|Ongoing||Internal work experience/enterprises|
|10/9/2021||Voluntary community work experience with TVWT|
|12/9/2021||Voluntary community work experience with Menvcity Sutton Trust Community Centre|
|13/9/2021||Work Experience – Eco shop food deliveries|
|14/9/2021||Work Experience – Eco shop customer Service|
|30/9/2021||IAG meetings with Beverley 2022 Leavers Students and Parents/Carers|
|7-14/10/2021||IAG meeting with Yr11 parents/carers and students|
|18/10/2021||Askham Bryan College tasters|
|20/10/2021||High Tides Webinar|
|21/10/2021||Askham Bryan College tasters|
|07/11/2021||ASK Apprentiships Information – Jo Thompson|
|11/11/2021||Saltersgill Fundraiser – Catering|
|11/11/2021||Middlesbrough College visit|
|18/11/2021||Stockton Riverside College visit|
|25/11/2021||Redcar & Cleveland College visit|
Careers Leader – Karen Revill – contact Karen on 01642 811350
Information for students, parents and carers
Middlesbrough College Open Events – click here
Stockton Riverside College Open Events – click here
Redcar & Cleveland College Open Events – click here
Askham Bryan Open Events – click here
Prior Pursglove College Open Events – click here
Tees Valley Careers and employability skills research study
To help inform careers support services in the Tees Valley a research study is currently being carried out including the views of young people and parents / carers. If you would like to contribute to this please watch the videos and complete the survey using these links :
There is one link for students and another for Parents / carers
Below are the links with accompanying videos for pupils and parents:
- Student/ Young person feedback:
2. Parents/ Carers:
Thank you for your participation as any feedback received will help inform and influence careers support services and investments now and in the future in Tees Valley schools, colleges and local communities. Everyone’s feedback is important, and we are grateful to you for taking the time to help this important research.
Information for employers, voluntary organisations, education, career and transition support providers
Useful careers related links
Learn Live webinars – TVCA will be delivering webinars to students on the following areas, please save the dates in your diary, you can now book for the armed forces and emergency services sessions. A great opportunity for young people to find out more about these sectors and ask employers questions, register here https://learnliveuk.com/partner/tees-valley-combined-authority/
An opportunity for free, full-time 12 week skills development programme to jumpstart careers in cloud computing. A technology background is not required, and the programme is focused on people living in Tees Valley area aged 19+ who are unemployed and keen to re-train. For more information click here.
icould.com uses the power of personal stories to inform young people’s career choices.Free and simple to use, icould.com features over 1000 videos of people talking about their careers – explaining their job role, career path, and how different factors have shaped their direction. Exploring these real-life stories through a range of videos which can be filtered by job type or subject and discover opportunities you may not have known about before. Take the Buzz Quiz, which encourages self-reflection and explores links between personality and work – https://icould.com/explore/
Preparation for Adulthood
Careers Programme and Provision
Support for our Careers programme
Are you a local Employer or Business owner? Could you help us with a small amount of you time?
As part of our careers and preparation for employment programme we are keen to introduce the students to a wide and varied range of employment options.
Part of this, importantly, involves developing a real knowledge of opportunities in different employment sectors.
Our students respond well to opportunities to learn from adults who could come and talk to them in an informal way about different job roles for example:
- what their job involves
- what a typical day looks like
- what qualifications / or training is needed
- what are the most rewarding and also challenging aspects of the role.
If you are an employer we would also like to ask for your support in helping students understand and develop their employability skills. If either as an employee or employer, this is something you feel you could help us with in any small way or could offer 30 minutes or so of your time to talk about your role, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Karen Revill at Krevill@beverleyschool.org.uk or call on 01642 811350