Here are the three featured resources
A whole-college approach to achieving success
Delivering good career guidance successfully will require a whole- college approach. It is critical that it is embedded both strategically and operationally, so we have worked with Further Education colleges and Sixth Form centres to produce this guide to support you to do this.
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.
Grofar is a complete toolkit to support your careers service delivery, connect with your students and engage with business and employers.
Guide for New Career Leaders in Schools
A guide to help you make a successful start as a Careers Leader and help your school meet their statutory obligations. It provides you with essential information, helpful resources, practical tools and sign-posts further support.
Health Careers postcards
The bright new booklet and postcards are designed to challenge some of these myths about working in the NHS, while offering insights into the huge range of careers on offer.
How parental engagement can influence a school career programme
Pauline Blant from Beamish Primary School discusses how parental engagement can influence a school career programme. Visit www.northeastambition.co.uk for more career guidance tips, insights and resources.
How parental engagement can influence a school careers programme
Beamish Primary School share how getting parents involved in careers guidance can influenced school programmes.
icould-Ten Quick Ideas
Activities to deliver alongside career videos from icould.com.
IFOW-good work charter
Institute for Work charter to improve working life for all.
Inclusive Skills Competitions
An opportunity for young people with disabilities and learning difficulties to showcase their skills.
Research has shown that learner experience is improved with competitive activity. It allows students the opportunity to move outside their comfort zone by stretching and challenging what they know.
Natspec promotes competitions as an effective tool to:
•measure, develop and recognise achievement and excellence
•show off work skills
•inspire growing independence.
Informed Choices Booklet
The Russell Group represents 24 leading UK universities which are committed to maintaining the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience and unrivalled links with business and the public sector. The 'Informed Choices' booklet guiding applicants on entry requirements to Russell Group universities.
Inspire the Future Volunteers
A secure website through which teachers can request business volunteers to come in and work with young people. The resources section also provides supporting materials to help teachers strucutre the employment engagement sessions. Inspiring the future is a free service which sees people from all sectors and progessions from apprentices to CEOs pledging one hour a year to visit local state schools and colleges to talk about their jobs, career and the education route they took. Schools and colleges across primary and secondary in those areas can see volunteer profiles and contact volunteers by sending secure invitiation messages through the system.
Labour Market Information
LMI for All is an online data portal which brings together existing national sources of high quality labour market information (LMI) that can inform people's choices about their careers. The online portal includes LMI that can answer the questions people commonly ask when thinking about their careers, including 'how much do people get paid?' and 'what type of person does that job?'. The first release includes information from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, the Labour Force Survey, the Employer Skills Survey and Working Futures. Schools and colleges can also download and use the 'career meter' widget
Warwick University provide accurate, reliable and up-to-date labour market information (LMI) is acknowledged to be essential for successful individual career transitions for individuals making their way into, and through, the labour market.
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.