Careers Programme: Term 3

Your guide to careers activities taking place in the third term. Use the arrows at the top of each column to toggle which courses are involved with each activity.

Careers Programme: Term 3

Level 1, 2, and ESOL

Level 3
(Year 1)

Level 3
(Year 2) & Access to HE

Apprentices and Work-based Learners

Higher and Adult Education

How this happens

Talk to our Careers Adviser about final preparation for university interviews

Students reminded in tutorials and via email

Submit all final responses to university offers via UCAS

Students contacted directly by UCAS

Start pulling ideas together around what you want to include in your UCAS Personal Statement - use the Summer to gain extra experiences

Students sent examples of personal statements and local opportunties to enrich their application and experience

Research university/higher education open days and attend, ahead of your final year

Students sent links to UCAS open day listings via email and reminded during tutorial

Research any admissions tests you may need to complete for university next year

All students reminded of how to access Careers Advice

Look for local part-time vacancies over the Summer using the College's Jobs Board

Students reminded about local vacancies via social media and email

Leavers' Careers Package: Have headshot photo taken, CV and cover letter read, social media critiqued, mock interview

✓ (if leaving college)

✓ (if leaving college)

✓ (if leaving college)

✓ (if in final year)

All relevant students invited to take part via tutorials and emails

If applying to an apprenticeship, finalise your list of employers with apprenticeship schemes along with application deadlines

Students reminded in tutorials

Finalise your progression plans with your tutor

Tutor will approach students (if not done in Term 2) to make sure progression plans are in place

Attend workshops on CV writing, writing applications, and employability/interview skills

Invites sent via email and tutorials

Attend workshop on applying to apprenticeships

Students attend talks and access resources related to apprenticeships

Attend the June Careers Adviser's talk on UCAS and applying to university

Students reminded in tutorials and via email

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