Online Work - Related Experiences

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icanbea... has recorded Virtual Tours with a number of key employers in Ipswich including Morgan Sindall, Suffolk County Council and Ipswich Building Society. These tours are available online via the icanbea... website. The Virtual Tours gives you an opportunity to learn about Labour Market information and local employers from your home. Here is the link: www.icanbea.org.uk/virtual-tours/

My Way In

My Way In shares stories and advice from people in work and employers across the UK. It includes tips to help you broaden your experience and the number of jobs that you have access to, as well as information about the industries which are likely to have vacancies in the future mywayin.campaign.gov.uk/

New Anglia LEP Careers Online Talks

Working with the Enterprise Advisers, Cornerstone Employers and other contacts, New Anglia LEP have scheduled a series of talks throughout May, June and July on Tuesday & Thursday lunchtimes from 12:30pm – 1:00pm. They will be hosting a Q&A with local employers streamed from the LEP’s YouTube channel www.youtube.com/channel/UCMQWGt6SdsGQF-KJCq7JTwQ/featured

If you are not able to watch these live, the content will be available on the LEP’s YouTube channel afterwards. Further information on these talks can be found at www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0aKkDDiM1o

Careers & Enterprise Company’s Career Talks

The CEC have developed a series of career talks connecting young people with stories from slightly older peers who have recently made that transition into the workplace from education, focusing on apprentices, trainees and graduates from different backgrounds and ways of life. Enjoy listening to Bejay, Mia and Callum’s experiences.
Bejay: www.youtube.com/watch?v=dT-juNybM0E
Mia: www.youtube.com/watch?v=w71L8P0oIH8&feature=youtu.be
Callum: www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6HpylXtNeU&feature=youtu.be

Creating the Future Films

Newly launched, with plans to release a new film at the beginning of each month, these films focus on interviews and features with professionals in particular artforms and are designed to inspire students and help young people gain insight into creative career options. The first video profiles three musicians with East Anglian connections: musical director Greg Arrowsmith, composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad, and broadcaster Tom McKinney https://nnfestival.org.uk/festival-bridge/schools-education/creative-careers/creative-careers-resources/ctf-live-films/

Pathway CTM – FREE access to their digital programme

Pathway CTM have opened their digital programme to all students aged over 15 in the UK. Their digital programme includes daily webinars, virtual employer events, access to their workshops covering everything from How to Create a CV to their LinkedIn Masterclass. Students will be able to attend these live events via phone, tablet or laptop and will also receive a link to listen to the recording as and when they want. If you are interested in accessing this, please sign up using this link: pathwayctm.com/webinar-and-virtual-event-sign-up/

Teen Tech Innovation Days at Home

Teen Tech Innovation Days at Home are live virtual sessions that offer students insight into world class science and technology organisations and the opportunities that lie within them.  You can ask questions and develop your own solutions to global challenges and learn more about different careers.  For more information and to register for these live virtual sessions visit www.teentech.com/innovation-days-at-home/

Communications Industry Talks

If you are interested in studying Media, Journalism, Film, Creative Writing, English Language and Linguistics or Philosophy, here is a link to some of the talks that the University of Hertfordshire have hosted with speakers providing some tips in making it in the world of communication www.herts.ac.uk/study/schools-of-study/humanities/media-matters

Careers in Engineering

Success at School have put together this comprehensive guide to routes into the different types of engineering. To find out more about studying and working in this field, visit mailchi.mp/successatschool/careers-in-engineering-your-complete-guide-1277051

Future First

Future First have created some work experience profiles offering advice on what you can do during and after lockdown to gain experience for various sectors. It is free to sign up to access these profiles at futurefirst.org.uk/product/free-work-experience-profiles/

University of Hertfordshire – ‘Careers in Allied Health’ Webinars – Various Dates

The University of Hertfordshire have recently launched a new webinar series, ‘Careers in Allied Health’. The webinars raise awareness of Allied Health Professions, like Physiotherapy, Paramedic Science, Diagnostic/Therapeutic Radiography and will be repeated throughout May and June. These webinars are a fantastic opportunity for students to find out about the range of health careers available. If you would like to find out more click on the link below where you will also be able to register to attend iseethedifference.co.uk/join-us-for-our-free-webinar-series-careers-in-allied-health/

Careers in Allied Health Webinars

This free series of webinars raises awareness of Allied health careers and invite you to explore some great content about the benefits of a career in professions such as Podiatry, Therapeutic radiography, Orthoptics and Prosthetics and Orthotics.  To access these webinars visit iseethedifference.co.uk/join-us-for-our-free-webinar-series-careers-in-allied-health/