Aldi’s three- year Apprenticeship Training Programme is a great way to start a career in retail. They will be accepting applications from 9th March. Take a look at their website for more details.
Epoc organises high quality careers conferences for students.
Please forward this information to your Careers Advisers and to students who are considering becoming doctors or lawyers.
Places are available at our next events:
Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Doctor
Saturday, 31 January 2015, at University College London
Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Lawyer
Saturday 14 March 2015, at University College London
For full details, including costs and bookings, see www.epoc.org.uk .
These one-day events run from 10 am to 4:30 pm. They are principally designed for students in years 11 and 12. Other students, staff and parents are welcome too.
As well as helping students to achieve their goals, our conferences give them a clear view of the advantages and disadvantages or a particular career. Students find these conferences valuable and enjoyable.
Please see latest policy briefing from CareersInc below – all about the latest guidance from Ofsted relating to CEIAG
If you go to the icould website – http://icould.com you can take the buzz test to see what sort of animal you are. By answering a number of questions, this will tell you whether you’re extrovert/introvert, and what kinds of jobs you may be suited to.
If you don’t have an offer of a place at College, a sixth form or an Apprenticeship/Traineeship yet, come and make an appointment to see Gill or Joy in school.
Remember when you looked last time there were only a few Apprenticeships? Well, now there are a lot more!! Keep looking here for new and exciting opportunities such as BT, classroom assistants in local schools, engineering companies and, if you are prepared to travel, at the Barbour Academy in North Shields.