Career aspirations through careers advice and guidance
Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) at The Levett School starts in Year 7 and continues through until Year 9. It is our vision that all students on leaving the PRU at the end of Year 9 will have developed the skills, attitudes, qualities, behaviours and self-confidence to make a start in planning their future careers. All students are provided with independent and impartial guidance from a variety of sources. Their learning will be progressive and they will link their subjects to a variety of careers. Students will work with Teachers, Mentors, Behaviour Support Workers and Engagement Officers on enhancing their personal development and setting individual targets.
The CEIAG programme is aspirational and personalised for every student and delivered through Active Tutoring. Careers education is also disseminated through all subject areas and in PSHE lessons, we also have calendared events organised through PSHE to cover a wide range of subjects including CEIAG. Employers play a part in these events and from September 2019 we will have guest speakers from industries and there will be set times where these professionals will conduct practice one-to-one interviews with our students in Year 8 and 9.
Students will have access to the current Labour Market Information (LMI) and a range of career pathways will be discussed with them. Students also have a online Careers profile to work on during Active Tutoring. The CEIAG programme is evaluated and by working with the student voice pupils will have the opportunity to develop the Careers programme and take a lead on this work.
The Careers Leader is Hayley Johnston and can be contacted on either 07970363847 or email@example.com
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