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Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance

The provision for Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) is an important part of our curriculum at The Marvell College. We believe that an exciting programme of activities, events, opportunities and experiences is vital in helping to ensure that our students are well placed to make informed choices about the next stage of their education, employment or training when they leave The Marvell College.

Aims and Objectives:

• To ensure that all students at the school receive a stable careers programme.

• To enable all students to learn from information provided by the career and labour market.

• The CEIAG programme should be individual and address the needs of each student.

• To link the curriculum learning to careers learning.

• To provide students with a series of encounters with employers and employees.

• To provide students with experiences of workplace(s).

• To ensure that students have a series of encounters with further and higher education.

• To provide each student with the opportunity to receive personal guidance.

A strong CEIAG programme from Year 7 to 11 inspires students to plan their journey towards a career that fulfils their ambition and in doing so, work hard to develop the knowledge and skills that they need to play an active part in the job markets of the future. Through our curriculum we also challenge and support students in developing important values and personal characteristics that will help them meet the demands of the careers of the future. These include things such as pride, resilience, perseverance, adaptability and teamwork.

The School will assess the impact of its careers programme on students by completing an annual student survey and analysing destinations data in line with activities that they have taken part in at school. In addition, the views of students and parents will be surveyed after key events eg: the Careers Information Evening and Year 10 Work Experience.

Destinations Data:

2019/2020 TBC

2018/2019 0.4% NEETS

2017/2018 0.6% NEETS

2016/2017 No NEETS

2015/2016 No NEETS

Our CEIAG programme is continually under review as we consider the needs and views of our students. Updates will also be made in line with guidance received from the Government and local industry partners who support us in the design of our CEIAG curriculum. An overview of our CEIAG provision is available below.

In order to provide a programme for CEIAG that is of the highest standard we work towards fulfilling ‘The 8 Gatsby Benchmarks of Good Careers Guidance’ which are detailed below. These are an important part of the Governments Careers Strategy: making the most of everyone’s skills and talents.

Gatsby Benchmarks

1. A stable careers programme - Every school should have an embedded programme of career education and guidance that is known and understood by students, parents, teachers, governors and employers.

2. Learning from career and labour market information - All students and parents should have access to high-quality information about future study options and labour market opportunities. They will need the support of an informed adviser to make best use of available information.

3. Addressing the needs of each student - Students have different careers guidance needs at different stages. Opportunities for advice and support should be tailored to each of these stages, with diversity and equality embedded in the school’s careers programme.

4. Linking curriculum learning to careers - All teachers link curriculum learning with careers.

5. Encounters with employers and employees - Every student should have multiple opportunities to learn from employers about work, employment and the skills that are valued in the workplace.

6. Experiences of workplaces - Every student should have first-hand experiences of the workplace through work visits, work shadowing and/or work experience to help their exploration of career opportunities, and expand their networks.

7. Encounters with further and higher education - All students should understand the full range of learning opportunities that are available to them. This includes academic and vocational routes and learning in schools, colleges, universities and the workplace.

8. Personal guidance - Every student should have opportunities for guidance interviews with a Careers Adviser, who could be internal (a member of school staff) or external, provided they are trained to an appropriate level. These should be available whenever significant study or career choices are being made. They should be expected for all students but should be timed to meet their individual needs. Every student should have at least one such interview by the age of 16, and the opportunity for a further interview by the age of 18.

· Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Review date of Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance programme: June 2021

If you require any further information regarding Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance please contact Mr A Owen, Assistant Headteacher.

Telephone: 01482 799132

Email: admin@themarvellcollege.com

Useful links and websites below:

· Hull, East Riding and North Yorkshire Coast Online Careers Gateway

Labour Market Information

· LMI Humber

Gatsby Benchmark

· Gatsby

National Careers Week

· National Careers Week

Careers Strategy: making the most of everyone’s skills and talents

· Careers Strategy making the most of everyones skills and talents

Career guidance websites

· Prospects

· CITB (apprenticeship for construction)

· BConstructive (construction)

· JTL Training (apprenticeship electrical/plumbing)

· HETA (engineering)

· BA Systems (engineering / technical /business.


University Links

www.ucas.com/ (university courses)

www.prospects.ac.uk/ (graduate destinations/jobs information/what jobs would suit me; options with subjects/graduate employers)

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