Employers can provide sector specific sessions for particular career pathways. Learners gain experience of working within the real challenges and process of work environment. Having experience of the specialist skills can help learners make more informed choices regarding their career choices.


Key features for each stakeholder:

Employers

What does it mean?

Providing sector specific skills for particular pathways.

What is the purpose?

To deliver opportunities for students to gain skills needed in particular sectors, offering insight into specific workplaces and pathways.

What does it look like?

A minimum of one visit to prepare for and facilitate. It will have a specific focus on your sector e.g a masterclass or lecture. This could also be part of a sustained programme of activity.

Education Providers

What does it mean?

Employers offering sector specific skills for particular pathways.

What is the purpose?

To provide your learners with opportunities to gain skills needed in particular sectors, offering insight into specific workplaces and pathways.

What does it look like?

An employer visiting for a minimum of one visit to facilitate a session with a specific focus on their sector e.g a masterclass on pathways into engineering. This could also be part of a sustained programme of activity that could run over a longer period of time

Young People & Communities

What does it mean?

Employers will offer sector specific skills for particular pathways.

What is the purpose?

To provide you with opportunities to gain skills needed in particular sectors. It will offer you insight into specific workplaces and pathways to get you there.

What does it look like?

An employer will visit for a minimum of one session to facilitate work with a specific focus on a particular sector e.g a masterclass on pathways into engineering. This could also be part of a sustained programme of activity that could run over a longer period of time


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