What I Offer Organisations

Working in partnership with you to develop career programmes and interventions that help young people overcome barriers getting in the way of their progression

– Consultation to help you meet the individual careers guidance needs of your students and young people

– Bespoke staff training to develop the necessary skills and techniques required to support young people with developing their career management skills 

I have worked on a wide range of projects to support young people in the areas of:

  • Careers Counselling young people with complex needs in residential units, CAMHS Hospital Schools, Secure Units, online meetings and in the community 
  • Pastoral and holistic support; working in partnership with Teaching Assistants, Pastoral Staff, Key Workers, SENCOs and Educational Psychologists
  • Transition support – working with Schools, Colleges, Training Providers, Social Workers, Additional Learning Support Teams and Local Authorities
  • Careers Guidance in mainstream and special schools using creative methods to communicate, engage and inspire
  • Collaboration with partner agencies to support young people at risk in the community including Police, Youth Workers, Family Support Workers, Youth Offending Teams and Safeguarding Teams

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Feedback

My experience has included training staff on the necessary skills and techniques that can be used to support learners with developing their career management skills. Staff were then able to understand Personal Guidance (Gatsby Benchmark 8), were better prepared to have career conversations with learners and understood how their role can support the work of the Careers Adviser. 

The jigsaw has inspired me to create an employability resource booklet. The websites were very useful. As a teacher, I cannot help but see teaching and learning opportunities.”

As the Internship Programme Manager it was useful for me to identify what is needed and how we can develop and inform our future plans.”

Was great to see how to use a SWOT for career advice and how to ask questions that are coaching learners rather than leading them on.”

Clearer understanding of conversations that I am having or could have and how this supports guidance with learners.”

I work as a caseworker and the session was useful. I liked some of the new resources that I found out about as well as the approaches to effective career guidance. I plan to use these in my 1-2-1 sessions and also would like to discuss this again with my team so we can implement them into our session.”    

Different techniques and ways in which CEIAG can be engaging, particularly for learners with learning disabilities. I particularly appreciated the resources (links and physical resources) that were suggested to help with careers conversations, and the puzzle concept.”