WINDSOR GIRLS' SCHOOL CIAG FUTURE FOCUS INSIGHT SESSION
Posted on 31st March 2020 at 16:03
This session is aimed to provide Year 11 students with career insight for a variety of roles within a specific sector. Before this session, all the students had received a careers information, advice and guidance (CIAG) interview and have been allocated to a session based on their future career aspirations. Speakers on the day attend for a one-hour time slot and will each talk about their job role, career pathways and answer any questions from the students.
A student, Nina, said, “I attended the Hair and Beauty future pathways session. We learned top tips on how to get into the Hair and Beauty industry, including how to gain purposeful work experience. We got to practice different techniques of curling hair and hair care recommendations. The session was beneficial and has made me even more determined to enter this career sector.”
Gatsby Benchmarks met on at the event:
Learning from career & labour market information
The speakers who attend on the day was from local companies and businesses to demonstrate what is available locally to the students.
Linking curriculum learning to careers
Prior to this CIAG interviews are conducted by a Level 6 Carers Guidance Officer at Learning to Work to assess what subjects and careers the students are best suited to based on their choices.
Encounters with employers & employees
The students are in a classroom with their chosen speaker, this can be a room of 10 students up to a room of 30 students depending on the number of students with that career choice. The students have the opportunity to talk to their speaker and ask any questions.
Experiences of workplaces
Volunteers share their real-world experiences with the students and are welcome to bring along any leaflets or equipment they use within their job to show the students.
Basil & Crew, CSK Architects, TV Chamber, Accolade Wines, Ieva Poriete Womenswear, SJ Forbes, NHS, Penguin Events, Aston Bond, PQ Academy, Ministry of Defence, Lawns Tennis Association
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