Distance Learning CIAG
Apps, Resources and Websites to Support Careers Leaders and Students
Skills Builder - Parents and students can now easily and freely access essential skills building resources from home - https://www.skillsbuilder.org/homelearning?hub%20mailout
CareerEar - ask your career-related questions to industry professionals. We’ll also be sharing any remote opportunities or virtual events with all users - always free - https://www.careerear.co.uk
Free content and resources for home learning. The content will be updated weekly with new activities and covers primary and secondary and across maths, science, computing and D&T - www.stem.org.uk/home-learning
The Careers & Enterprise Company - support for Careers Leaders with working from home, a variety of resources that can be used for students, information about free 3 months access to The Careers Development Institute’s online Community of Practice - https://mailchi.mp/careersandenterprise/support-for-remote-working
Unifrog CEIAG distance learning programme
Unifrog have put together a distance-learning programme to make sure you can continue to provide your students with outstanding CEIAG, even if your school closes. With tailored sessions for year groups 7-13, students will be able to follow structured activities remotely and continue to build their skills, ready for their next steps.
The programme will also help teachers work remotely in the most effective way, setting students tasks and tracking their progress easily through the Unifrog platform. If you’d like to receive the distance learning programme, please register below and we’ll email it over.
You can find all our careers guidance resources by logging into Unifrog as a teacher and visiting the Resources library.
1. Click the red Signup button.
2. Enter the code CAAK17NW to create a login.
3. Enter your name and date of birth and (optional) email to generate a username and password. Save or write down you login details and then commence the quiz
The TARGETcareers website has masses of information and resources available for free. We can help your child or students to decide which career interests them and discover the different routes into it – for some careers they can choose between starting work at 18 or going to university first. And we can provide advice on how to choose the best degree or apprenticeship, and apply successfully. They can find opportunities via our searchable database of school leaver programmes or our database of university courses. There's also a handy A to Z of UK universities.
Our advice is given the context of our careers expertise. So even if your children or pupils want to apply to university for an academic subject and make career decisions further down the line, we can help them choose options that will keep doors open.
If you’re a teacher or parent, also take a look at our parents and teachers section for lesson plans and other resources designed for you.
There’s no charge to become a registered user. School students can sign up with us to receive advice, jobs and details of university courses by email. As a parent or teacher you can join our mailing list to keep up to date with new content on site and news about events and competitions relating to careers and higher education.
Virtual HEFairs, subject specific online chats, virtual talks on student finance, etc
Open Days are still scheduled for July but this is likely to change. If your students would like to have a virtual open day experience, please register for Open Days. We will provide a personalised experience if they share what they’re currently studying and what subjects they’re interested in
Speakers for Schools
Virtual talks Programme:
We find ourselves in an unprecedented time making sense of the potential impact of Covid-19. Now more than ever there is strength in pulling together and working as a collective to support young people.
We want to reassure young people that if they are interested in investment management, Investment20/20 will support them in navigating their career options in the sector.
Invesment20/20 currently has vacancies for Trainee and Apprenticeship positions with investment management firms Fidelity, Vanguard, M&G and Schroders. You can find them on our vacancy page.
If you have students looking to join the world of work straight from their sixth form studies please do let them know about these opportunities.
We are also able to support students in preparing for applying to Trainee and Apprenticeship positions, such as reviewing CV’s. Please ask students who may find this useful to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.