Cardinal Careers @ Year 12
In light of the current situation we are in it is extremely important to continue with learning employability skills, understanding work place terminology and preparing for the world of work with career aspirations and prospects.
The following resources are uploaded for Year 12 pupils in order of importance.
Task 1: Personal Statement Preparation
Using the PDF sent out by UCAS gather all the information together to help build a successful personal statement. Complete the questions in the worksheet also from UCAS to then be helpful when putting it all together for you personal statement draft, ensuring you have all the section completed to an academic standard within Unifrog as this will help you build a strong personal statement.
Task 2: Personal Statements?
Use the formatting attached as an example layout to how to structure your personal statement. Remember this has to be unique to yourself and make yourself stand out in the crowd. Try and make a capturing opening and closing sentence. Use unifrog also to help get details down, look at the questions you need to cover on each section they provide.
Edge Hill University’s Virtual Outreach Programme
Edge Hill University is offering a timetabled plan of live activities designed to provide information and support to students regarding Higher Education.
Each live session will focus on a specific topic in HE and will be delivered by one of Edge Hill’s Education Liaison Team.
Be More Apprenticeships, Liverpool City Region
The Be More team are working remotely and can still be contacted to arrange telephone discussions and provide advice on all matters relating to apprenticeships. Find out more here.
TEL: 0800 074 0724
Speakers for Schools
Speakers for schools are proudly offering VTalks each week which a different speaker every day and talks will be targeted to different year groups. To view click here.
Springpod offers Virtual Work Experience and live workshops with employers. Students can ask questions to industry professionals. Flexible timing to fit student schedules. Programmes take place during the holidays. 10 hours of activity over 2 weeks. Learning real skills and building confidence. Students will receive a certificate once they complete the programme, and can add the experience to CV and personal statements. To view click here.
Parents, if you have any questions or would like help or advice on careers education, please either look at our careers page on the school website or feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org for any support.
Independent Learning - Employer Engagement
LCR Creating Careers are excited to tell you about our new employer video series, which will inspire and inform our young people about the interesting career pathways that Liverpool City Region has to offer.
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