Careers Education Information Advice & Guidance (CEIAG)
As a school, Haybrook College has a statutory duty to ensure that all students are provided with ‘independent and impartial careers guidance’. In addition to adherence to this Department for Education (DfE) guidance we believe that one of our ultimate aims is to make it possible for young people to engage proactively in decisions about their education pathways and their journey to a career.
CEIAG helps supports students to make informed choices about their future, helping them to reach their potential and aspire to their future options. A young person’s career is the progress they make in learning and work. CEIAG helps young people:
- Develop the knowledge they need to make well informed and thought through choices.
- To be able to manage their careers and sustain employability throughout their lives.
Haybrook College is committed to providing a planned programme of careers education, information and guidance for all students in Yr7-13 in partnership with ADVIZA and Slough Young People’s Service.
We believe that CEIAG will actively encourage and inspire young people to take ownership of their career plans and to consider all options. To do this they will need the support of Haybrook College, their parents/carers, careers professionals, the local community and employers. Working together we can inspire young people to be ambitious for their futures.
CEIAG Learner Entitlement Statement
Provider Access Policy
New Careers Statutory Guidance
The DfE released a new statutory guidance document in January 2018, including a number of new requirements for school careers programmes, most of which are to be met by the end of 2020. Many of the requirements are already met at Haybrook College, but we will be working towards those that are not.
The most immediate requirement is for all schools to have a policy for ‘Provider Access’ so that everyone is clear on how and when outside organisations will be allowed access to Haybrook College students to promote other educational routes and training opportunities. The Provider Access Policy, January 2018 can be found below.
Investor in Careers
At Haybrook College, we work hard to provide a varied programme of careers education plus information, advice and guidance through a variety of external providers such as our Careers Coach from Adviza, Kerry Burnell, Kevin Ruan, Key Worker from Learning to Work and Tina Coombes EET Engagement Worker from Slough Young People’s Service.
We have been awarded Stage 2 of the Investor in Careers award, which involves us reviewing our whole careers programme right from careers policy to individual lesson content, ensuring that we fully meet all of the statutory requirements and evaluating the programme in the light of input from staff, students and parents/carers and Governors.
Below are links to the most recent Parent/Carer and Student Surveys, please take a few minutes to complete them, as your feedback is invaluable in developing our Career programme.
Parent/ Carer Career Survey 2018 – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6JMWM2R
Student Career Survey 2018 – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5VC5S97
Career Related Activities
Students at Haybrook College are given the opportunity to take part in a range of career related activities organised by our Moving on Coordinator. These activities include; Career and Apprenticeship fairs, College visits and Apprenticeship registration workshops.
A full list of activities and events can be found in the document below.
Niki Papali – Careers Leader/Moving on Coordinator
Office: 01628 353102 Mobile: 07776 151830
Kerry Burnell – Careers Coach, Adviza
Tina Coombes – EET Engagement Worker
Jermaine Richardson – EET Engagement Worker
Online Careers Resources
ECIPS is an easy-to-use online careers resource that provides regularity updated information on over 1,000 jobs and careers. The site also offers advice on topics relating to options at key stages, education and training, employability skills, job seeking and lifestyle choices.
Adviza is a charity inspiring people to make better decisions that help them progress in learning and work. Their passion is to support young people and others, at important times in their lives where key decisions need to be made. They aim to raise people’s aspirations and motivate them to achieve their full potential.
National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
Options Post 16
As you are aware the participation age has been raised, so young people now have to stay in some sort of education or training until your 18th birthday. However, you do have a number of options:
Click on each one below to go to the college website:
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
You can apply to do an apprenticeship, and get paid while you learn!
Click on the ‘get in go far’ logo, and you will be directed to their website, where you can find out more about the opportunities available to you.
Open Events 2017-18
A full list of open events for 2017-18 compiled by Adviza can be downloaded by clicking on the document below.