Benefits for the School

Benefits for Teachers

Local Authorities

1. Uses technology to bring visitors straight into the classroom.

 

2. Provides a stimulating introduction to the world of work, raising young peoples' ambitions and aspirations and broadening their personal horizons.

 

3. Supports the delivery of Personal, Health, Social and Economic Education (PSHE).

 

4. Supports schools in satisfying the statutory requirement to deliver Independent Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance - in particular, ensuring up-to-date and high quality resources.

 

5. Careers Education can be incorporated across the curriculum in line with the National College for School Leadership recommendation for a ‘whole school’ approach to careers-related IAG for young people.

 

6. Provides practical examples of routes to employment that are motivating and engaging for both learners at risk of disengagement and learners who may lack confidence, or positive work role models.

 

7. Encourages teaching staff to bring the world of work into the classroom.

 

8. Contributes to a range of local and national early intervention strategies to ensure continued engagement of young people in education, training or work with training at post 16 - in line with the raised participation age.

 

9. Provides a vehicle to engage and raise parents' and carers' awareness of learner choices and a range of possible careers.

 

10. Includes reinforcement of subject learning - for example, Maths and English  - in line with the National Curriculum, enabling cross-curricular delivery and planning.

 

11. Supports well-informed learner choices and parental preferences on school options and further study.

 

1. Provides easy access to high quality, safe, up-to-date, industry- specific resources on a range of careers and jobs.

 

2. Includes both video materials and downloadable written materials to support classroom teaching and independent learning.

 

3. All resources are mapped to National Curriculum subjects and provide materials for cross-curricular delivery.

 

4. Time saving and cost effective method of introducing a broad range of contributors into the classroom.

 

5. Resources promote inclusion, diversity and equality of opportunity.

 

6. Teachers can be assured of high production values and that the films are suitable at each Key Stage in terms of language, content, length and concepts.

 

7. Resources provide increased opportunities for discussion, building vocabulary and the development of speaking and listening skills across the curriculum.

 

8. Supports the delivery of Personal, Health, Social and Economic Education.

 

1. Contributes to a range of local and national early intervention strategies to ensure continued engagement of young people in education, training or work with training after 16, in line with the raised participation age.

 

2. Provides a vehicle to engage and raise parents' and carers' awareness of learner choices and possible careers.

 

3. Supports schools in satisfying the statutory requirement to deliver Independent Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance - in particular, ensuring up-to-date and high quality resources.

 

4. Careers Education can be incorporated across the curriculum in line with the National College for School Leadership recommendation for a ‘whole school’ approach to careers-related IAG for young people.

 

5. A cost-effective and efficient method of bringing a diverse range of contributors into schools, from a broad cross section of the working community.

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