Careers & work-related learning
Our aim is to prepare students to move into sustained paid employment. Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) are therefore central to the work of the college and the Principal has strategic oversight of this area. In addition most members of staff are involved in delivering different aspects of our Careers Education programme, with specialist support from our local authority careers advisor.
The support and advice of family and friends can be just as important as the preparations you do at school. Here is a checklist with some suggestions of things you can do at home.
It would be impossible to provide students with good quality information and experiences without the support and partnership of volunteers and partner organisations from many different professions. We encourage all students to engage in activities that allow them to meet professionals and experience different workplaces, to help them make informed decisions about the future. For the current academic year 2021/2022, we hope to deliver more face to face activities, but can also accomodate remote activities. Please see the proposed brief for a Virtual Insight Tour:
We are keen for colleges, training providers and apprenticeship providers to provide students with insight into the options available to them after Year 11. Please get in touch if you would like to arrange to speak to our students or send us information about your courses and apprenticeships:
The Careers Leader co-ordinates Careers Education and can be contacted using the following details:
Tel: 020 3727 6300