Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance Programme (CEIAG)

Careers Lead - Niki Papali - nikipapali@haybrookcollege.co.uk - 07776 151930

Haybrook College is committed to providing a planned programme of careers education for all our students in years 7 – 13. We are also committed to providing access to impartial and independent careers advice through our Level 6 Careers Guidance and Development Practitioner and Careers Leader, Niki Papali.

CEIAG Policy

Parent's Support

Parents Guide to National Careers Week


All pupils are entitled to careers education and guidance that meets professional standards of practice and is person-centred, impartial and confidential and integrated into the students’ experience of the whole curriculum.

The careers programme aims to challenge stereotyping, promote equality of opportunity, inclusion and anti-racism and is planned according to the learning outcomes of the CDI Career Development Framework.

Careers Plans & Entitlement
Work Experience Policy


Provider Access

This policy statement sets out Haybrook College's arrangements for managing the access of providers to pupils, for the purpose of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer.

This complies with the school’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education Act 1997.

Provider Access Policy

Visiting Speakers

We often invite speakers from our wider community to give talks to enrich our pupils’ experience of with us, providing them with information that helps them make decisions at different phases of their education, widening their understanding of world and global issues and providing motivational inspiration through the sharing of a speaker’s experience. Both Haybrook College and pupils greatly appreciate the time and effort that Visiting Speakers put in to their presentations.

The purpose of this policy is to set out the college's legal obligations when using Visiting Speakers and to set out the standards of behaviour expected from Visiting Speakers. This policy was therefore drawn up having had regard to the Government’s Prevent Duty guidance and the college's wider safeguarding obligations. The “Prevent” statutory guidance (The Prevent Duty: Departmental advice for schools and childcare providers”, DfE, June 2015) (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-guidance) requires schools to have clear protocols for ensuring that any visiting speakers whether invited by staff or pupils, are suitable and appropriately supervised.

Visiting Speaker Policy

Investor in Careers


Haybrook College was originally awarded the prestigious Quality in Careers Standard Award for its Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance programme 2016-2019 and will be working towards achieving it again this year!

The Quality in Careers Standard is a nationally recognised award and is one of the highest accolades a school can receive for excellence in this area. The college passed three stages to receive the full award; they included demonstrating its commitment to providing outstanding impartial, independent careers education, information, advice and guidance for all young people. 

Career Related Activities

Pupils at Haybrook College are given the opportunity to take part in a range of career related activities organised by our Careers Leader. These activities include Career and Apprenticeship fairs, STEM and LMI workshops College visits and Apprenticeship registration workshops - Please refer to the Career Plan and Entitlement for more information.

Options after Year 11 

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College Open Events 2022-23

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Henley Bracknell




An apprenticeship is a job where you’ll:

  • earn a wage and get holiday pay
  • work alongside experienced staff
  • gain job-specific skills
  • get time for training and study related to your role

The training might be at your place of work, a college, a training provider or online.




A traineeship is a course with work experience that gets you ready for work or an apprenticeship. It can last from 6 weeks up to 1 year, though most traineeships last for less than 6 months.

You can apply if you’re:

  • eligible to work in England
  • unemployed and have little or no work experience
  • aged 16 to 24 and qualified up to and including Level 3 (equivalent to A Level)


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Online Careers Services   


 eCLIPS 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.  

To access the platform:

Click on 'Login to eClips' 
Enter the password CGFY923

National Careers Service provide careers information, advice and guidance and help you to make decisions on learning, training and work at all stages in your career.

This service is available to people who live in England.

   National Careers Service


Careermap is an online career resource that provides live post-16 opportunities,  such as apprenticeship vacancies, college courses, university and graduate options.      

We also offer career advice and guidance so young people can make well-informeddecisions to enhance their futures! 

Check out 1000’s of live opportunities here.      



Use the Careeromenter to compare the average wages, working hours and predicted trents for up to three uk jobs.