Here are the three featured resources
Ambition. Our Region. Your Future.
This pack, and the film that goes with it, will help you to understand more about key sectors and careers in each one.
Apprenticeships Pack for Parents
Learning about apprenticeships can be daunting, so here are some of the key facts you need to know to begin to help you child to explore the opportunities available to them.
North East LEP SEP 2019
The North East Strategic Economic Plan: more and better jobs.
Volunteering and Building your CV
Whether you're 13, 25, or any age in between, we're here to take on the embarrassing problems, weird questions, and please-don't-make-me-say-it-out-loud thoughts you have. Should I go to university, find a job or figure out what I want from a career? Some of the many questions you might be asking yourself. Here at The Mix we have everything young people need to know about getting your first job, choosing a university and study and exam tips.
What do graduates do 2018 HECSU
Annual graduate destinations survey including career pathways with specific degrees
Where The Work Is
"Where The Work Is" is an online tool that maps the labour market demand and supply of middle skilled job vacancy, searchable by region. Burning Glass and the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) have developed Where The Work Is to compare entry-level employer demand and the number of learners completing related programmes of study.
Working Futures 2014-24 Headline Presentation
Examines economic prospects for the key UK employment sectors.
World Skills UK
WorldSkills UK is a partnership between businesses, education and Governments. It accelerates young people’s careers giving them the best start in work and life.They achieve this through our three core programmes:
Directions: Delivering inspiring careers advice through events, role models and careers advice resources
Champions: Competitions drive up technical and employability skills and we showcase these at local, national and international levels.
Accelerate: Research, thought leadership, new tech competitions and using global insight into training and employability skills
World Skills UK How to use LMI
A guide for schools and colleges to help young people navigate today's labour market
WorldSkills UK is all about helping young people go further, faster in their careers, gaining the skills that employers need most. We help young people from all backgrounds get the best start in work and life.
Resources include a digital Careers Guidance toolkit.
WOW Show lesson plans for National Careers Week
Find here free resources designed for use by all Year Groups – available to view on demand anytime, anywhere on any connected device.
Youth Employment UK
What we do.
Since our launch in 2012 we have worked as a non-profit organisation to:
Offer a platform for young people to have a voice on youth employment issues that affect them
Empower young people to take control of their personal and professional development, and gain the skills employers want
Support organisations working in the youth employment space by providing an impartial platform for them to communicate, share best practice and network
Campaign and influence policy on employment issues and barriers facing young people.
We have compiled a directory of useful links to organisations, information, products and programmes that schools and employers can use to achieve their North East Ambition. This is searchable by benchmark and key stage.