Please see below for a selection of up to date events and guides to support your careers journey.
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UniFest is a chance to see what university is really like, speak to university students and staff, and receive advice and guidance on careers. Check out each university’s event offer to see the fun and interactive programme of activities you could take part in!
Project ASK – FREE Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges. A blended delivery of live, virtual and face-to-face sessions for parents, carers and students using various online platforms. Call or email Jenny Savory on 02393 876398 / firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
A range of online events to celebrate this year’s Apprenticeship Week.Apprenticeship Week Schedule
Access Creative College have limited spaces remaining for February’s Virtual Open Day for students who have a passion for all things creative!
Book here: https://www.accesscreative.ac.uk/open-events/
Free one hour a week online courses that will not only improve your skills, but could also boost your future job prospects.
A list of local careers events and services for the new year including webinars, virtual events and work experience opportunities.
A free virtual fair to search University and Apprenticeship opportunities, including 10 webinars.
A detailed list of Training Providers in the Greater Birmingham area and how they are currently operating, contact details and how they are taking referrals during the current period of social distancing:https://www.birminghamcareersservice.co.uk/training-providers/
My Choices #1 – Careers Support Birmingham live broadcast
Hear from Pathway CTM, Kooth, Birmingham Career Service and National Careers Service. You will hear about websites, events, resources and support opportunities from each presenter.
Information on colleges and training providers:
PWC Virtual Classroom-The programme combines both live and pre-recorded sessions which will provide you with an insight into PwC and an opportunity to develop your employability skills.
Catalyst is a free digital magazine focusing on cutting edge science, technology and engineering.
Guides to support you through results day and the choices you have over the summer.
An fantastic opportunity for Yr11s to do something amazing this summer. See the link below and accompanying letter for more information.
Keep Doing Good – Programme Guide (1)
Keep Doing Good Info Letter
Does your child have Special Educational Needs and is in year 11? Need some help with moving on? Come along to an online drop in session on the 30th June, this will be an opportunity for you to ask about any last minute worries you have with people that are here to help!