Careers in Initial Teacher Education (CITE)
Access a package of CPD sessions and classroom activities for primary school teachers to provide careers teaching ideas.
Our Region, Your Future. Video Resource
The film to accompany the resource pack will help you to understand more about key sectors and careers in each one.
Virtual encounters with entrepreneurs
Help children and young people experience real, local role models of entrepreneurs through our KS1, KS2, and KS3 presentations.
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.
LMI 'Dos and Don'ts' Target Careers
Helping you put labour market information into context
LMI 2017 CCH Career Companion slides
Introductory slide deck from Central Careers Hub summarsing LMI key points.
LMI for All slides 2019
Where to find key LMI datasets from DfE-funded LMI for All project based at Warwick University.
LMI presentation 05-07-19 NO NOTES
Slide deck from LMI presentation at Regional Careers Leaders meeting 5 July 2019.
LMI supporting parents in providing careers advice
Useful guide from Warwick University on engaging parents in careers advice and guidance
Mental Capacity Act 2005
How to make decisions under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
My week at work
My Week of Work’ comprises of 20 lessons available via Oak National Academy (from 8.6.20). The lessons have been written by staff from Academies Education Trust (AET) with support from colleagues from The Careers and Enterprise Company. The lessons will support pupils to gain insight into the world of work through employer videos and resources. There will be also be tasks set for pupils to complete each day to develop and showcase employability skills.
National Autistic Society
Information to support the transition from College or University.
National Careers Service
Provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
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.