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CIAG

Preparation for future employment in an ever-changing workplace is an integral part of everything we do at St Hilda’s. We aim to prepare our students to go on to further, higher education, or skilled employment with ease and a clear career pathway in mind, as we believe that this enables them to make a significant contribution to our society.

The provision of high quality, impartial and relevant careers information, advice and guidance has never been more important than it is today. By using the Gatsby Benchmark, St Hilda’s aims to ensure that all students are equipped with the correct skills and knowledge necessary for them to investigate, research and enter their chosen professions.

The St Hilda’s Career Department works with Jackie Connor who provides excellent impartial career advice and guidance to ensure that our students meet their aspirations and capitalise on the opportunities available. All year 11 have an advisor meeting with Jackie, however, she is also available to see students in years 8-13. Additional advisory meetings can be booked through Miss Shaw. Parents/Carers are welcome to contact the school at any time to discuss their child’s plan, or any concerns they might have about careers education. In such instances, please contact Miss Shaw on ashaw@st-hildas.co.uk

Students in year 7 – 13 follow a CIAG programme of student through their PSHE lessons. This programme of study lasts 6 weeks and covers the majority of the Gatsby Benchmark. Please see the career programme outline.

 

Impact of the careers programme on students

Each year we review destination data for students. This enables the school to understand our students’ career pathways and helps shape our careers programme and curriculum going forward. We work with a number of local businesses to ensure our provision is preparing our students for the ever-changing world of work, and we regularly review labour market information to inform planning. We undertake regular Student voice surveys to gather students’ needs and wants and to evaluate the career provision.

 

Our careers programme of study

 

 

To access the CEIAG Policy please click here.

To access the Provider Access Policy please click here.

To access the Entitlement Statement please click here.

 

Liverpool Apprenticeship Opportunities

For more information about current Liverpool apprenticeship vacancies, please click here.

For up-to-date Apprentice information, please click here.

 

Career Opportunities

Information and links to current career opportunities:

Medic Mentor have teamed up with University Hospitals Birmingham to provide a FREE virtual and interactive 30 hour work experience programme for students in years 10, 11, 12 and 13 (S3, 4, 5 and 6) This work experience is completely free to students who want to pursue careers in healthcare, specifically future doctors, dentists, nurses and midwives!

We have a taster day on Saturday 17th October which students can apply for on the following link https://medicmentor.co.uk/university-hospitals…/

After completing the taster day, students will then be invited to participate in the 6 month programme which will be live the third Saturday of every month, commencing Saturday 21/11/20.  The live, virtual work experience will be fully interactive at the Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital in Birmingham!  Students who complete all 30 hours will be given a certificate to confirm their participation!

We are so excited to announce this opportunity, which any student who had their hospital work experience cancelled can apply to be a part of!  Please spread the word to your student body!

For more updates and support from Medic Mentor, you can also request to join our free teachers resource page, which you can join on the following link!  But please remember to complete the membership questions to gain admittance.

 

HSBC Early Careers 2020-2021 – UK student magazine
For more information, please click here.

 

Apprenticeships at Cammell Laird – Engineering
For more information, please click here.

The Royal Navy

The Royal Navy is recruiting Now in a number of different roles such as:  Catering, Hospitality, Logistics, Engineering, Warfare, Medical, and Royal Marine Commandos. Please see their website for more information along with the Virtual Careers Flyer and School Flyer below:

Website: please click here.

School Flyer: please click here.

Virtual Careers Flyer: please click here.

 

 

Security Service MI5 and Secret Intelligence Service MI6 – GCHQ – Software Engineer Apprenticeships
For more information, please click here.

Rolls-Royce Apprenticeship and School Leaver Programmes
For more information, please click here.

Security Service MI5 and Secret Intelligence Service MI6 – Cyber Apprenticeships
For more information, please click here.

AIRBUS – National Apprenticeship Week
For more information, please click here.

NHS – Career Opportunities
Nursing, midwifery and many allied health professional students are to receive between £5000 and £8,000 a year to help fund their studies from August 2020. And they won’t need to pay back a penny! For more information, please click here.

AIRBUS – Apprenticeship Opportunities
Apprenticeships at Airbus. For more information, please click here.

Barclays – Apprenticeship Opportunities
Barclays – information for Year 10 and 12 parents – please click here

FIRE IT UP – Higher and Degree Vacancy Listing for 2020
For more information, please click here.
For a guide to higher and degree apprenticeships, please click here.

Law Apprenticeship Opportunities
For more information about Law Apprenticeship Opportunities, please click here.

Opportunities in Engineering & Technology – EqualEngineers Fair
For more information about Returnship, Apprenticeship, Graduate, Internship and Placement opportunities, please click here.

Uni isn’t for everyone. But MI5 is.
For more information about Apprenticeships with MI5, please click here.

Launch your career at the Annual Airbus Apprentice Open Day
For more information, please click here.

Uniliver Apprenticeship Opportunities
These opportunities are available on their website.

Also, we hope the following Unilever apprenticeship related information will also prove of interest:

Unilever Apprenticeship Brochure – Learning & Earning  –  please click here

Unilever Apprenticeships – Business & Technology Programmes – brochure  –  please click here

Unilever Apprenticeships – Research & Development Programmes – brochure  –  please click here

Unilever Apprenticeships – Supply Chain & Engineering Programmes – brochure  –  please click here

 

Useful websites

Which University – GCSE choices and university information, please click here.

Parental Guidance for CIAG, please click here.

 

Information for parents

Parents’ and Carers’ Pack
Apprenticeship Information  –  Edition 23: October 2020

To view, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Parents’ Guide to helping your child know ‘What’s Next’ – 2020 Edition
To view, please click here.

 

successatschool.org – Parents & Carers Guide to Helping Your Child Begin Their Career Journey

successatschool.org are creating a guide to help parents and carers steer their children through the confusing world of careers choices. From university and apprenticeships to work experience and gap years, the guide has it all.

The full guide will be out next academic year – but they wanted to share a preview version to help you as lockdown continues.

To download your preview of our guide for parents and carers, please click here.

 

Further information

 

Student Destinations

For more information, please click here.