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Key Stage 5 Careers Entitlement

Student Entitlement Statement for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

This Entitlement is designed to reflect the three core aims outlined in the Career Development Institute framework:

  • Developing yourself through careers, employability and enterprise education
  • Learning about careers and the world of work
  • Developing your career management and employability skills

At the end of Key Stage 5 you will:

Have the opportunity to reflect on your personal qualities and skills and how these relate to your future career aims

Have attended a university or college open day, taster day or summer school

Develop independent research skills

Have opportunities to explore your post-18 pathway through computer-based information and on-line portal ULAS

Visit a HE (Higher Education) event

Understand the UCAS process and be able to research different universities and courses using on-line resources

Have been given guidance and support to help write a personal statement

Research different universities, courses and apprenticeship and training routes

Have information and support with financial planning for university, work and training

Have access to information about the world of work, trends and changes in the labour market to help identify opportunities and possible jobs of the future e.g. though on-line research, careers talks and presentations

Receive access to impartial careers advice and guidance

Receive access to mentoring and coaching

Have the opportunity to explore career areas through self-organised work shadowing/Work Experience.