What is a Career Hub?

A Career Hub will:

  • Provide impartial advice and guidance on all 3 pathways at 16 – academic, technical and apprenticeship routes
  • Allow young people the opportunity to get “hands on “experience of the world of work through workshops and presentations from established business leaders
  • Provide practical experience with job search, applications and interview techniques
  • Support employers source local talent
  • Raise the profile of technical education and apprenticeship routes

Each career hub will comprise:

  • Business Partnership Coordinator
  • Schools Liaison Coordinator
  • Centre Manager
  • Presentation/Exhibition space
  • Breakout rooms
  • Coffee shop/café facility
  • Reception
  • Office suite

Benefits for schools, colleges and education providers

provide the opportunity to showcase the full range of academic, technical and apprenticeship routes on offer in the local area

signpost students to the range of facilities in the local area to support their studies

provide access to a flexible, creative learning environment to enhance the student experience

provide a learning environment to support continuous professional development for staff

demonstrate to quality inspectorates the full commitment and engagement to providing impartial advice and guidance to enrolled students

enrich the student experience with access to guest speakers, industrial visits, taster sessions and recruitment fairs

support the progression of young people into the next level of their studies

Benefits for emplyers

allow local businesses access to young people to provide advice, support and encouragement in career disciplines

provide the opportunity for employers to interview students for placements as well as apprenticeship programmes

offer recruitment fairs allowing employers to source and recruit local talent

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