If you work with 16-30 year olds in the Coast to Capital region they may be eligible for the free European Social fund programme Careers Beyond Covid which provides 1:1 support finding work in the region.
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Delivering career support for students
A support and wellbeing space for teachers, including advice on developing and delivering a careers programme, plus a range of engaging teaching resources.
A guide to developing and delivering a careers programme, plus short films featuring a variety of schools and careers practitioners across the UK, their approach and what’s working for them.
Get Career Confident
Aimed at learners aged 14 to 19, GCC provides a directory of local course providers, how-to and work-role videos, virtual work experiences, as well as downloadable resources for students and teachers.
Science, Why Bother
The 'Science, Why Bother?' resource aims to help science teaching staff to show students the explicit links between the science curriculum and the world of work.
Speakers for Schools
Free schools' careers talks by inspiring speakers plus a programme of virtual work experiences.
Support for primary school teachers including information on CPD courses, professional development pathways, and STEM ambassadors and clubs, plus teaching resources.
Supporting Access Learners
A selection of videos designed specifically for access students - study skills, writing personal statements and subject specific information.
Sussex Learning Network
Inspiring and informative case studies, innovative resources and best-practice examples from SLN’s projects which work to support local people into higher-level learning.
The Careers & Enterprise Company
Help and advice for schools and teachers to meet the Gatsby Benchmarks, including a resource directory, support for careers leaders, and free careers teaching resources.
The Career Development Institute
Looking to employ a qualified careers adviser? Check out CDI’s register of professionals.
Uni4Me is a partnership of higher education organisations led by the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) aiming to ensure that all learners, whatever their backgrounds, have equal access to higher education and want to support them to achieve their potential.
The 2021-22 edition of the UniTasterDays.com Teachers' Guide to University covers topics including how to support students with their university decisions, university events, widening participation and fair access, UCAS applications (including writing school references), key student finance facts from MoneySavingExpert.com’s Martin Lewis and much more.
UniTasterDays Parents Guide
The Parents’ Guide to University has been produced by UniTasterDays.com in collaboration with HELOA - to help you, as a parent or guardian, to support your young person with their higher education decisions.
Sites to share with students
Information and tools to help 11- to 19-year-olds choose GCSEs and A levels, identify their skills, explore career choices post-16 and 18, and find routes into higher-level study, apprenticeships and jobs in southern England.
Careers East Sussex
An online resource for learners in East Sussex. Search for vocational/academic courses, apprenticeships and jobs, get help with writing CV and applications as well as information on careers and skills training.
Get Career Confident
Careers information and advice for learners aged 14 to 19 in Brighton, Hove and Sussex. One-to-one online guidance, videos showcasing working and learning and ‘how to’ guides for each stage of the decision-making journey, plus downloadable resources.
Discover Uni allows users to search for and compare information and data for individual undergraduate courses across the UK.
Free and easy to use, featuring 1,000-plus videos of people talking about their job and career paths – from analysts to zookeepers – plus fun quizzes to discover what subjects and jobs could be a good fit for you.
National Careers Service
A service aimed primarily at those aged 18 and over but with resources, including searchable job profiles, that are useful to school-aged learners.
Sussex Learning Network - The Pay Index
A free, easy-to-use app that provides regularly updated information to support learner as they consider their future educational options and the financial implications.
Programmes for your students to attend
The Sutton Trust programmes
The Sutton Trust summer schools 2022
Opportunities to apply, directly or indirectly
Careers East Sussex
Information to help learners in East Sussex decide on their next steps towards a future career, including a post-16 application portal.
Gov.uk apprenticeship vacancies portal
Search and apply for apprenticeships across the UK, and read up on how apprenticeships work, the different types and what they offer.
Not Going To Uni
Showcasing uni alternatives for school leavers, featuring up to 4,500 live trainee, apprentice and work opportunities with local companies to multinationals. Just upload your CV and apply.
Support for learners not in education, employment or training (NEET)
Brighton & Hove
Independent training advisers
Apprenticeships in Sussex
Search for employers offering apprenticeships, traineeships and pre-employment opportunities across Sussex by sector, location and programme offered.
Sussex Council of Training Providers
A local network of training providers offering information and advice on government-funded training opportunities such as apprenticeships, traineeships and other work-based learning to learners and employers.