Employers can provide learners with transferable skills and employability activities such as interview skills. One-off workshops or sustained training programmes can link in with the school/college curriculum to enrich learning and career development. Learners can gain skills that are valuable in the workplace and gain skills that will increase their employability.


Key features for each stakeholder:

Employers

What does it mean?

Providing generic skills sessions e.g mock interviews or CV writing workshops.

What is the purpose?

To offer students the opportunity to gain transferable skills and experiences from industry professionals.

What does it look like?

A minimum of one skills session to prepare for and facilitate

Education Providers

What does it mean?

Employers providing generic skills sessions e.g mock interviews or CV writing workshops.

What is the purpose?

For your students to gain transferable skills and experiences from industry professionals.

What does it look like?

A minimum of one employer-led skills session that would require support with organisation and safeguarding

Young People & Communities

What does it mean?

Employers will deliver generic skills sessions and workshops in school or college e.g mock interviews or CV writing workshops.

What is the purpose?

For you to gain transferable skills and experiences from industry professionals.

What does it look like?

An employer will visit for a minimum of one skills focused session


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