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Careers Events and Opportunities

Welcome to our careers events page, which details current opportunities available to our students:

 

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SUCCESS BEYOND SCHOOL: SUMMER TERM PARENT EVENTS

We are delighted to announce the latest in our Success Beyond School event series; free-of-charge, 'Live Online' seminars designed to help parents supercharge their children's career potential. These events are for parents of students aged 12-18 and free to attend. Click below to register now!

 

 

 

COURSES TO SUPPORT YOUNG PEOPLE WITH SEND:

CDI Certificate-Courses to support Young People with SEND


The CDI is delighted to offer two new courses for those providing career support to SEND young people in schools, special schools, colleges and related education settings. 

Career support in this context aims to help student progression and  manage transitions to purposeful destinations or pathways which may result in paid employment, an improvement in independent life skills, and/or a life that is enriched by other opportunities including social, community and leisure.

The courses are available using remote learning with face-to-face online training with an experienced SEND professional.  The CDI are planning to offer face-to-face training from September 2021. 

Please refer to the attachment for more details.

CDI Flyer

 

APPRENTICESHIPS:

Google Apprenticeships

Google is promoting three UK apprenticeship programmes:
 
Digital Marketing Level 3 Apprenticeship
Apprentices will join a Sales or Marketing team at Google, and help define, design, and implement campaigns across a variety of platforms, gaining exposure to different Google products, and leveraging the power of Google data to help companies to solve their business challenges. 
 
Infrastructure Technology Level 3 Apprenticeship
IT apprentices at Google gain exposure to roles such as IT Support and AV Engineering. You’ll have the chance to pick up new skills, from troubleshooting across multiple platforms, data gathering and analysis, remote infrastructure, IT security and more, while learning how to apply your knowledge to solve real life problems.
 
Software Development Level 4 Apprenticeship
This programme aims to provide the skills you need to become a software development professional. You’ll work alongside teams of Googlers, solving real problems and gaining exposure to different roles across the company, including coding, development, testing and project management.

Apply before 1st April via the website below, and feel free to visit the Student Blog featuring a former Digital Marketing Apprentice.

Google Apprenticeship Website

Google Student Blog

We are recruiting for our next generation of Degree Apprentices and wanted to share with you a brochure that highlights the great opportunities we have on offer. Please feel free to onward share this to any students that you feel may be interested, they may also wish to check out our Early Careers opportunities on our website…

https://www.morrisons.jobs/early-careers

Should you have any questions about opportunities at Morrisons or our employability skills workshops please do not hesitate to get in touch with your store contact.

Many thanks

Morrisons Early Careers Team

 

CLUBS:

National Saturday Club (13-16 Year Olds)

In partnership with UK universities, colleges and cultural institutions, the National Saturday Club gives 13–16-year-olds the opportunity to study subjects they love for free, build their skills, grow in confidence, and discover pathways to further study and careers.
 
Club members attend weekly classes every Saturday, for up to 30 weeks of the academic year, at their local FE, HE or cultural institution where professional tutors create and lead programmes that encourage experimentation and introduce a wide range of activities and practices. The National Saturday Club brings everyone in the network together for shared national events – the London Visit and the Summer Show – and organises a Masterclass for each Club, offering members an array of meaningful employer encounters and cultural experiences.

With a particular focus on reaching young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and underrepresented communities, 13–16-year-olds of all abilities are encouraged to join their local Saturday Club completely free of charge.
 
Saturday Clubs are located nationwide and the network is growing. Visit the map to identify local provision and register via the link below. 

Join a Saturday Club

Saturday Club Map