This page provides a selection of resources for teachers including links to useful websites and school resources.
Work experience resources
Risk assessment for work experience placements
Work experience form
Work Ready Policy and Procedure (Work Experience, Volunteering and Internships)
Careers Education and Guidance Policy including Access Statement
Our policy can be found here
We now know what help young people get job. Vocational profiles are used to support a young person by matching interests to a job. Work experience can further inform the young there should be clear pathways with different Opportunities such as volunteering, supported internships, traineeships and apprenticeship. The young people must also have access to good careers advice and guidance to assist their decision making. Find out about employment prospects here.
Supported internships are a course mainly based at an employer. They enable students (aged16-25 years) with an SEN statement or an EHCP to achieve paid work and equip them with relevant skills for the workplace. The internships are unpaid and last for at least six months. Wherever possible they support the student to progress into paid work. Students also study for appropriate qualifications including English and Maths alongside their time at work.
Find out about internships here.
Vocfit is an American website that offers a Vocational Fit Assessment. This provides a Valid and reliable assessment of student abilities & internship demands. It uses a trustworthy process.
This then creates a Job Matching Report, the system identifies the pros and cons of each
potential job match and reveals areas of need for goal setting and skill development.
You can find out more about Vocfit here.