Please click the link to view the Woodpecker Court Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) Policy 2020
Woodpecker Court believe that strong Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) is crucial to a young person developing their employability skills and resilience needed to cope in modern society that will ultimately have a positive impact on educational attainment. Our Careers programme has been based on the 8 Gatsby Career Benchmarks, which is well received by schools and the government.
We prepare students for future success in education or employment by providing unbiased Careers information, advice and guidance about next steps, from an external Careers advisor. Up to date local careers guidance, Labour Market Information and meaningful encounters with the world of work. Local Employers will give inspirational and engaging talks on what it takes to be successful in a range of sectors. By the end of year 10 students are given the opportunity to experience a work environment, helping to develop key employability skills for future job opportunities.
We will measure the impact of the programme using the Compass tool.
For information on careers guidance and advice please contact Ms Victoria Ives at Woodpecker Court.