Employers can contribute by providing input at strategic level into the design and delivery of meaningful experiences of work and career guidance.  Employers can work alongside school and college heads to influence the shape and provision of employability within education. WORKS will match you with a school or college where you can have a strategic role in shaping their future.


Key features for each stakeholder:

Employers

What does it mean?

One to one coaching for people in leadership roles.

What is the purpose?

Pairing with institutional leads, or department heads, to add value in the construction of positive and relevant experiences of work. This helps to offer links between education and industry progression and pathways.

What does it look like?

Arms-length co-construction with contributions typically brokered through partner organisations such as CEC. Minimum impact from 2 visits a year.

Education Providers

What does it mean?

One to one coaching from people in leadership roles.

What is the purpose?

Pairing with industry leads to add value in the construction of positive and relevant experiences of work for your institution. This helps to offer links between education and industry progression and pathways.

What does it look like?

You will have to facilitate the briefing for and de-briefing of the sessions. You will also have to manage tasks and suggestion by the strategic partner.

Young People & Communities

What does it mean?

One to one coaching for people in leadership roles within your school.

What is the purpose?

Industry leaders will pair with institutional leads, or department heads, to add value in the construction of positive and relevant experiences of work. This helps to offer links between education and industry progression and pathways.

What does it look like?

Industry professionals working in collaboration with your teachers to develop interesting and relevant experience of work programmes


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