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Students, teachers and parents of Hilbre High School Humanities College can ask questions to employers on the LIVE CHAT next to the video player.
Work-Related Learning, Careers and Enterprise education are significant facets of the development and preparation our students undertake in readiness for joining the highly competitive world of work. Activities include mock interviews with external employers, industry days, speakers and on-line resources, all designed to give our students the most up-to-date and relevant experience and information available so their employability is enhanced.
Work-Related Learning, which includes Careers and Enterprise, is a compulsory element of the Citizenship programme. There is a planned scheme of work for Years 7 – 13, which is delivered through Citizenship, tutorial lessons or discretely at other times. Delivery is led by Fran Trought, the school’s Careers Education and Guidance Development Co-ordinator.
The aim of the Work-Related Learning programme is to make students aware of the opportunities available to them in the world of work and to provide them with the skills required to make a successful transition from school to work.
Careers Education: Careers Education is delivered from Year 7 with particular emphasis on Years 9 – 13. The programme includes visiting speakers, careers fairs and presentations from local universities in order to widen student participation in higher education. The programme is delivered by a full time member of staff, Fran Trought, who is employed by the school to design and deliver a careers education, guidance service and bespoke work experience placement service.
Many students receive an individual careers interview with the remainder being seen via group sessions and group interviews. Other contributions include a vacancy service, apprenticeship information evening and a range of other events, including the Lancashire Higher Education Conference.
Impartial Careers Advice – Hilbre High School offers impartial information, advice and guidance to all pupils regarding all their career options, both face to face and via the Careers page of the school website.
If any pupil wants to check the impartiality of any advice they have been given, they can telephone the National Careers Service helpline on 0800 100 900. Alternatively, they can check the advice they have been given by emailing the Careers Advisor Francis Trought- email@example.com
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You will be able to ask questions in advance of the event as well as on the day by using the chat facility above located next to the video player.
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