Careers and IAG
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 Barry Cunliffe who provides excellent impartial career advice and guidance to ensure that are students meet their aspirations and capitalise on the opportunities. All year 11 and have an advisor meeting with Barry. However, he is available to see any student in year 8-13. Additional advisory meeting can be booked through the library. Parents/Carers are welcome to contact the school at any time to discuss their child’s plan, or any concerns they might have about career education, please contact Miss Shaw on firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Up-to-date Apprentice information can be found by following the link https://www.youthemployment.org.uk/yp-article/guide-apprenticeships-gov-uk/
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.
To access the CEIAG Policy please click here.
To access the Provider Access Policy please click here.
Information and links to current career opportunities:
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 Software Engineer Apprenticeships with MI5, please click here.
Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP) opportunities
For the current vacancies – Physical Activity & Sport Apprentices with LSSP, please click here.
Uniliver Apprenticeship Opportunities
Unilever are now open for apprenticeship opportunities for their September 2019 intake. The link to the website is below.
Unilever also have some apprenticeship opportunities to start in March 2019. These opportunities are also available on their website.
Airbus Degree Apprenticeships – please click here
- Jobs for tomorrow information – https://www.careerconnect.org.uk/Jobs-For-Tomorrow-i109.html
- Labour Market Information for Liverpool – https://www.liverpoollep.org/
- Labour Market Information quarterly update- April-June 2019 – please click here.
- Labour Market Information quarterly update- July-September 2019 – please click here.
- Find a traineeship – https://www.gov.uk/find-traineeship
- National Career services https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/
- Find an apprenticeship – https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship
- Tomorrow’s Engineers – parents’ guide to engineering careers – https://us18.campaign-archive.com/?u=3a806e22baddc648e11a15d35&id=8739a93aaa
- BBC bitesize careers – https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/careers
- Liverpool City Region LEP September 2019 News Bulletin – please click here.
For more information, please click here.