Money saving bundle to encourage research and support careers education for KS3/4 students. Includes inspiring posters, leaflets, and access to a computer-based careers database.
Career Ideas PDF
Career ideas is a set of 20, eye catching posters, linking school subjects to potential career ideas. Career Ideas can be used as posters or leaflets and are particularly useful at Year 8 or Year 9 option choice time, but can be used by any age group. Each subject poster has job ideas and facts about related job sectors such as skill requirements, working patterns and labour market information. They can be filed or displayed in the main school resource area, as well as in classrooms.
This set of Career Ideas leaflets supports schools and colleges with meeting Gatsby Benchmarks 2 and 4.
Subjects include: art and design, biology, business, chemistry, computer science/information technology, design and technology, English, food preparation and nutrition, geography, health and social care, history, maths, media studies/creative IT, modern languages, PE/sport, performing arts, physics, psychology, religious studies and science.
Labour Market Information (LMI) posters PDF
This set of 10 Labour Market Information posters, provides easily accessible information about ten key sectors of the economy.
Each poster includes a brief introduction to the sector, provides details of key skills and qualities, gives examples of jobs at different levels and lists useful school/college subjects. Also included are simple statistics about how well the sector is doing, in terms of likely opportunities and a ‘things to think about’ section.
The set supports schools and colleges with meeting the Gatsby Benchmarks – specifically Gatsby Benchmark 2.
HE Ideas Posters PDF
HE Ideas posters are a set of 22 full colour posters. They cover a range of level 3 subjects, including the 20 most popular A level subjects, and provide ideas of the higher education courses they could lead to. The subjects covered are applied science, art and design, biology, business, chemistry, computing, economics, English, geography, health and social care, history, languages, law, maths, media, PE/sport, performing arts, physics, politics, psychology, religious studies and sociology.
Job Explorer Database (JED)
Job Explorer Database (JED) makes careers information understandable, interesting, and engaging. It provides job ideas and suggestions matched to individual preferences, talents, favourite subjects etc and allows you to browse and explore a wide range of different careers. JED has information on over 800 jobs (more than 2,500 career titles), all presented in a clear and lively way that students of all abilities can understand. It includes more than 340 high-quality video case studies.
JED includes pre-planned resources (lessons, teacher notes, ideas and worksheets for students of different ages and abilities). These activities are ready to go straight into your careers lesson or activity and help your students to get the most out of JED.