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OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE BOARD
This page is updated with any relevant career related opportunities that may be of interest. We are keen to pass on details of these opportunities to our students as we are made aware of them and make every effort to ensure that the information comes from a reputable source, however the decision to pursue one of these opportunities and the responsibility for checking that they have appropriate health and safety checks and safeguarding in place rests with parents and carers.
SUCCESS FOR SCHOOLS VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE FESTIVAL 29TH SEPTEMBER
Where education meets industry
As we prepare for the start of a new academic year,
Pearson Business School is excited to be hosting the brand-new Enterprise Festival Virtual Series!
The aim of these free online series is to grow the collaboration between education and industry through exploring, debating and sharing knowledge about relevant business-related topics.
Our EDU events are aimed at school and college students and are a fantastic opportunity for students to improve their understanding of the fundamentals of business.
For more information click here:-
INVESTIN - WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMMES FOR 12-18 YEAR OLDS
We have been made aware of a number of weekend work experience programmes being offered by a company called InvestIN. Participants can enrol on programmes for a wide variety of careers such as Vet, Publisher, Doctor, Lawyer, Music producer and many more.
There is a cost associated but for further detail please click here:-
ASPIRATIONS AND TRANSITIONS: Summer online mentoring
*MENTEE PLACES STILL AVAILABLE
Join anytime in July to early August to benefit from this fantastic opportunity.
SIGN UP HERE - https://www.tfaforms.com/4834989
Here at Canterbury Christ Church University we are very excited to offer you the opportunity to sign up to our summer mentoring programme: Aspirations and Transitions
This 12 week programme aims to support you to consider your future options over the summer period, and to transition back to school and face to face learning.
- 12 weeks on the Brightside digital platform to exchange written messages with a current university student as your mentor
- A chance to learn useful study skills and get advice from someone who has been in your position
- Learn about career and education pathways that you might want to take
- Build confidence and develop new skills
Join this great summer opportunity now and SIGN UP HERE - https://www.tfaforms.com/483498
SUCCESS AT SCHOOL: Accountancy, Banking & Finance Careers
Please click here to view an email from Success for Schools with lots of fantastic information for students seeking a career in Accounting, Banking of Finance!
PARTICIPATE KENT: Free webinars for young people.
The Education People are offering a series of free webinars for young people in July 2020.
Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the government measures to stop the spread of the virus, the Engagement Officers have been unable to deliver face-to-face sessions to young people in school.
This has meant that many young people have missed out on this valuable information, advice and guidance. The Education People have decided to compliment the school’s careers and transition work with virtual delivery of live webinars.
Young people can join from their home or you can utilise these live webinars within the school day. All webinars will start at 2.30pm and last up to one hour. Cameras and microphones for the young people will automatically be turned off. However, young people may ask questions through the chat facility.
To book your place, click on a session below:
- Monday 13 July: Post-16 Session with Chloe Johnstone
- Tuesday 14 July: Apprenticeship Session with Helen Whitcher
- Wednesday 15 July: Higher Apprenticeship Session with Victoria Lawrence
- Tuesday 21 July: College Session with Tammy Whiteman
One registration for each young person.
Please feel free to share our PDF adverts attached to promote to your young people and their families (either promoting all webinars or targeting as appropriate). Please speak with an Engagement Officer for more information.
ENGLISH EVENT FROM CANTERBURY CHRISTCHURCH UNIVERSITY
We have received the following notice from Canterbury Christchurch:
We are delighted to share with you that tutors from Canterbury Christ Church University’s Centre for Language and Linguistics are hosting a fantastic virtual opportunity for your students, which is completely free to attend. The event will focus on how the right kind of knowledge of language and communication can support their development, both within the world of work and their studies.
The virtual event is taking place on Wednesday 10th June, 11:00-13:00.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in a range of online workshops, covering key aspects of language and communication such as Personal Statements/Application Letters, Cultural Barriers and Workplace Communication. There will also be the chance to speak to current Canterbury Christ Church University students about their experience.
There is also a great opportunity for accompanying teachers to be involved in a Q&A with our tutors to discuss the implications of the material and contribute ideas for future events.
Whilst the day is led by the Centre for Language and Linguistics, linked to its BA English Language course, students and staff from any subject area are welcome to attend. The virtual event is ideal for current year 12 and 13 students; however, year 10 and 11 students are also invited to attend. Please see the attached document for the full event schedule.
We would love for you to share this opportunity with your students and associated teachers, each of whom can book onto the event by visiting our web page below and completing the relevant booking form. Those who complete the form will receive a confirmation with further information about how to join the virtual event.
YEAR 10 VIRTUAL WORK EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITY - 8th - 12th June
As we are now in Term 6, it is looking very likely that Year 10 Work Experience will sadly have to be cancelled. We appreciate how disappointing this will be for some of you.
With this in mind, we have been made aware of the following resource - a virtual work experience, which is taking place this week and started yesterday.
If you click on the following link and start on the tab that says 'Monday' you will see some quizzes and lessons, which may be of help to you when planning your career and will give you something to talk about for work experience on your Sixth Form, College and University personal statements.
As we understand it, there will be new content uploaded every day this week.
Allied Health Professions (AHPs) Webinar
Interested in a career in helping people? The I See The Difference team are hosting their first ever FREE webinar series on Careers in Allied Health.
AHPs are healthcare specialists who provide treatment and rehabilitation to patients. They work directly with patients, where they can really see the difference they make to people’s everyday lives – relieving their pain and helping them stay independent.
We are bringing you some great content on health careers to share with pupils considering their options. Join us as we explore the benefits of careers in professions such as:
• Therapeutic radiography
• Prosthetics and orthotics
Our amazing Outreach Officers, Rachel Middleton, George Lock, Emily Farrell, Michelle Tyler, Chris Jefferson and Kimberley Atkinson, will be hosting a range of webinars to introduce you to 15 allied health professions.
This is a great opportunity to help provide further knowledge, resources and information about these amazing health careers. If you want to find out more and are a career advisor, teacher, parent, career changer, or student – please register for our FREE webinars through the link below.
VIRTUAL TALKS FROM SPEAKERS FOR SCHOOLS
Please below a list of virtual talks from eminent speakers that you can join this week from Speakers for Schools.
Wed 20th May 2pm
David Dein, Former Chairman of Arsenal and the Football Association
David's presentation is aimed at 15-18yr olds and features the phenomenal success of the Premier League since its inception. David will also impart inspirational messages about how to be successful.
Thu 21st May 2pm
Peter Mather, Group Regional Vice President, Europe & Head of Country, UK, BP
Carbon emissions need to fall fast to meet the Paris climate goals. At the same time, the global population continues to grow – and demand more energy. By 2040, another 2 billion people are expected to be in the world, while energy demand is projected to rise by around a third, equivalent to adding another new China and EU’s worth of energy demand on top of what’s required today. How can we tackle this dual challenge?
Fri 22nd May 10am
Tom Dore, Head of Education, British E-Sports Association
Tom's session will talk about the transferable skills that can be gained from playing esports, Tom's session will aim to demystify the esports sector and let students know about the opportunities that exist.
HOW TO JOIN THE VTALKS
- Join 10 minutes before the VTALK to be ready
- You can join without needing an account – Watch how here
- For full speaker descriptions visit the VTALK Schedule here
ONLINE RESOURCES FOR ANYONE PURSUING A CAREER IN ALLIED HEALTH
The 'I see the difference' website which has been sent to us from Canterbury Christchurch University is a great source of information for anyone looking at allied health careers, it's probably one of the best out there for students on the lookout for advice.
SUCCESS FOR SCHOOLS CAREERS RESOURCES BOOKLET
Please see the following information from Success for Schools:
With the support of our sponsor JP Morgan, we are creating a guide to help parents and carers steer their children through the confusing world of careers choices. From university and apprenticeships to work experience and gap years, our guide has it all.
The full guide will be out next academic year - but we wanted to share a preview version to help you as lock down continues.
Parents can access a preview of this information by signing up to the Success for Schools mailing list. Please click the following link for access to the booklet:
UNIVERSITY SUPPORT FROM CANTERBURY CHRISTCHURCH
The School and College Engagement team at Canterbury Christ Church University deliver a range of activities to help school and college students. As we are currently unable to do this in person, we are pleased to bring you a range of online resources, including live interactive webinars, to continue to support students that wish to attend university.
These resources are free to access:https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/campaign/you-can-go-to-university
CAREER RESOURCES FROM PwC
PwC's employability skills toolkit includes a number of programmes on technology, financial literacy, and wellbeing. Each lesson pack comes with a lesson plan, a facilitator guide and a presentation. It also contains links to resources such as our free to access Employability Hub and interactive e-learns, which provide an insight and some hints and tips into selection/assessment tools that firms like PwC are using. To access them, please click on the link below:
Anyone looking to increase their skills (particularly for boosting UCAS applications) or research careers might find the following websites of interest:
The first is an online learning centre, where you can join a course free for 8 weeks. They have lots of weird and wonderful subjects on offer:
The second is a career related website, which is supported by universities and colleges in the South West of England, but the information on there is relevant and there are quizzes and worksheets.
CAREERS IN CONSTRUCTION - CAREERS ADVICE
Success for Schools Careers Advice have sent us some fantastic resources for anyone looking to start a career in Construction. From building and bricklaying to surveying and achitecture - they have advice for everyone and some excellent worksheets to complete. Please clock here for the details:
Careers in Construction
SPEAKERS FOR SCHOOLS - VIRTUAL TALKS
Speakers for schools have launched a Virtual Talks programme and ask that we share it with you all. From next week, we will be offering free livestreamed talks from some of the UK’s top leading figures. You will be able to hear masterclasses and interviews from speakers from across: business, arts, academia, media and more. Speakers will be sharing their own stories and expertise on a variety of subjects.
Upcoming talks include:
- Paul Williams, Producer, BBC Natural History Unit will give insights to students on the work of a Wildlife Producer for TV. He will explore with KS3+ students what it takes to make a nature programme and how they do it
- David Morrissey, Actor and Director will give a short introduction to his career and journey, then KS4-5 will be given the opportunity to submit questions for David to answer!
- Baroness Natalie Bennett, Former Leader of the Green Party will talk with KS3 students about the environment and what we can do to reduce plastic usage and waste.
To access the full schedule of talks; click here
BECOME AN RAF STUDENT NURSE
We have received some fantastic information from the RAF regarding their programme to become a Student Nurse. For more information, please click here
MAGNOX (Nuclear Electric) Apprenticeships
We have been made aware that Magnox (Nuclear Electric) are offering the following apprenticeships:
Nuclear Worker, Nuclear Operative, Health Physics Monitor, Installation Electrician, Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician. The deadline has been extended to May 4th 2020.
For full detail and to apply, please click here
CANTERBURY FESTIVAL YOUNG MUSICIAN BURSARY AWARD
We have received the following details from the Canterbury Festival regarding their Young Musician Bursary Award.
The award is up to £2000 and goes to a young musician living in Kent with a final during Canterbury Festival, October 2020.
For an application form, please email Charlotte@canterburyfestival.co.uk
For more information on the Bursary and last year’s winner: Click hereor
ENGINEERING/FITTING APPRENTICESHIP IN BARHAM!
Showan Hydraulics in Barham are seeking an apprentice fitter and have sent us the following information:
We require a hardworking, honest and reliable person who is looking for a career in engineering/fitting.
Job includes stripping and assembling hydraulic cylinders and other hydraulic components>
As an apprentice you will be required to attend college one day a week, a trainee fitter will not be required to attend college.
Hours 8am – 5pm = 40 hours a week plus some Saturdays mornings
Apprentice minimum wage/fitter wage based on experience
Telephone or email Jonathan for more details:
DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS IN BUSINESS
Please click on the button below to see information on Degree Apprenticeships in Business from Pearson College London:
ENGINEERING WORK EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITIES AT BAE SYSTEMS
INFORMATION GIVEN TO US BY BAE SYSTEMS, ROCHESTER
Engineering Taster Week is an educational and enjoyable event intended to provide the attendees with experience of real world engineering. Attending students will embark on a challenging week-long project intended to develop their team working skills, leadership qualities and engineering expertise. We aim to provide an insight into the engineering that goes on locally at the BAE Systems Rochester site, as well as providing valuable skills and experience that will serve the participants well in future applications and endeavours. Additionally, the experience is an opportunity to learn more about the variety of future careers within STEM. It will help all students learn about the different paths to a career in the sector and opportunities that are available within the company; including post-secondary apprenticeships, placements, internships, and post-graduate opportunities. For an insight into Engineering Taster Week and the opportunities it offers, please refer to our website which contains a helpful video that we encourage you to show to eligible students.
Engineering Taster Week 2020 will be the sixteenth consecutive event at Rochester. Over the years the week has proven to be a resounding success. Engineering Taster Week will be run twice in 2020, from 6th to 10th July 2020, and 13th to 17th July 2020.
Due to the limited number of places available and the popularity of the event, there is a formal application process. Students are encouraged to apply promptly once the application form opens as the event is being advertised to many schools and organisations in both the local and surrounding area. The application window opens on 27th January 2020 until the closing date of 16th April 2020, and all applications can be made from the Engineering Taster Week webpage: CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND TO APPLY
COMMERCIAL TECHNICIAN VEHICLE APPRENTICESHIPS
Channel Commercials (Ashford) are seeking Commercial Vehicle Technician Apprenticeships. For further information about the apprenticeship and what it entails, please see the manufacturers website on the button below:
Channel Commercials would prefer online applications directly to their website, please click here:
IF YOU REQUIRE ANY FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE MRS DAY IN G2.
HEALTH CAREERS INFORMATION EVENING 25th MARCH 2020
INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM CANTERBURY CHRISTCHURCH UNIVERSITY
FREE EVENT INVITATION: Health Careers Information Evening at Salomons Institute, Tunbridge Wells - Wednesday 25th March 2020 between 5pm & 7pm
We would like to invite your students interested in a career in Health and Social Care, to attend a Health Careers Information Evening. This FREE event is due to be held at the Salomon’s Institute at Tunbridge Wells on Wednesday 25th March 2020 between 5pm & 7pm. Registration will open at 4.45pm in the Reception area of the Salomon’s Institute. This is an ideal way to learn about the health courses taught at Canterbury Christ Church University as we limit the number of bookings to ensure that each person attending has time to talk to academics and current students, as well as listening to relevant talks about finance.
Run in association with the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, find out about careers in healthcare, public health and social care and speak to course tutors. Learn about course and apprenticeship options, explore different careers within the NHS and find out more about financing your degree.
Please see attached the flyer for this event.
Those individuals who are keen on attending should register for this FREE event at the following link. Please note booking will not open until 12th February 2020:
If you are interested in bringing a school group along to this event; then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further arrangements.
Please feel free to disseminate this message to colleagues who may be interested in the event.
HOSPITALITY AND CARE APPRENTICESHIPS NOW AVAILABLE
Avante Care and Support are offering apprenticeships in the care and hospitality sectors. They have sent us the following information:
Pay: £8.72 per hour
Duration: a minimum of 18 months (20% study required)
On completion of this apprenticeship you will receive a Diploma in Care
Age: Our apprenticeships are available to anyone aged 16 and above
Advantages of doing an apprenticeship:
- Gain the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the care industry
- Hands on training will help you to gain more confidence
- You can earn while you learn
- Learn new skills
Complete a nationally recognised qualification
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
MEDSTART4U TASTER DAYS 2020 - East Kent Hospitals Trust
East Kent Hospitals Trust are offering a number of Taster Days at their hospitals for Year 11 and 12 students that are considering becoming a doctor in Medicine.
The dates are as follows:
- Friday 5 June 2020 at the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital, Margate
- Tuesday 30 June 2020 at the William Harvey Hospital, Ashford
- Friday 17 July 2020 at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury
For full details and to register, please click here
BRIGHT IDEAS PROJECT, UNIVERSITY OF KENT:
Application deadline 20th Jan 2020The University of Kent is pleased to announce the return of the Bright Ideas project for Year 12 students who are interested in applying for medicine. The programme is completely free to participants (including lunch, travel costs and a summer residential!). It's a great opportunity to explore the role of a doctor, to complete a research project with the help of current medical students and to learn more about the application process and life at medical school.
Students should be studying Biology and/or Chemistry at A-level or equivalent. We are keen to widen participation to medicine and therefore priority will be given to students who meet certain criteria. For more information visit https://data.heat.ac.uk/event/apply/university-of-kent/brightideas
The deadline for applications is midday, Monday 20th January 2020.
INSPIRING WOMEN IN LAW EVENT: Thurs 6th Feb 2020To mark the centenary of women's entry into the legal profession, Canterbury Christchurch University is hosting an event where four successful and inspiration women speakers share their thoughts, view and their respective journeys into and through law. From diverse backgrounds, the speakers provide a holistic and inclusive picture of 'women in law'. There will be a Q&A session giving opportunity for further lively discussion. This event is open to students of CCCU, students of UKC, members of the Kent Law Society, local law firms and the general public as well as Sixth Form students considering a career in law. Spaces are limited, so booking is essential.
Please email email@example.com to book.
Speakers: Stephanie Boyce, Deputy VP of the Law Society, Professor Susan Millns, Professor of Law and Dean of Graduate college at CCCU, Pero Ramadan, Mature Graduate - LLB with honours, CCCU, Sally Penni - Founder of Women in Law.
KENT LAW SCHOOL VIRTUAL OPEN DAY: Sat 30th Nov 1.00pm
Students are invited to join academic staff and undergraduate students from Kent Law School at the University of Kent for a Virtual Open Day, live streamed on YouTube this Saturday at 1pm. To access the event, please click here:
Kent Law School Virtual Open Day
The event should be of interest to any students who are considering studying Law at university, as viewers will get to hear about the content and structure of an undergraduate law degree and hear the experience of current students. We are also encouraging viewers to get involved by asking their own questions of the Law School lecturers and students through the live chat that will be accompanying the event.
Kent Law School is highly ranked and regarded law school, based within the 300 acre Canterbury campus of the University of Kent. Kent is ranked in the top 20 for law in each of the three major UK league tables, as well as 51st in the world for law in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 by Subject. We have a multi-award winning pro-bono Law Clinic which enables students to help assist real clients under the supervision of qualified lawyers, and a critical approach to law which encourages students to discuss and debate the role and impact of law, enhancing an already fascinating subject and developing a wealth of skills to help students succeed in their future careers.
Please feel welcome to contact me if you or your students have any questions about the Virtual Open Day, or about studying Law at the University of Kent.
POLICING DEGREES AT CANTERBURY CHRIST CHURCH UNIVERSITY
For any students interested in pursuing a career in Policing, please see the following letter and flyer from the Director of Policing at Canterbury Christ Church University.
THE SOCIAL MOBILITY FOUNDATION RESIDENTIAL INTERNSHIP
The Social Mobility Foundation (SMF) is a charity that runs a range of completely free of charge programmes for high-achieving students from low-income backgrounds. Young people in Year 12 interested in Accountancy and Buisness, Banking and Finance, Engineering, Law, Medicine and Digital can apply for the Aspiring Professionals Programme (APP) Residential Internship in summer 2020. If this is something that you would like to apply for, please see Mrs Ireland for further details. The deasline for applications is Wednesday 18th December 2019.
KRESTON REEVES TRAINEE ACCOUNTANCY POSITIONS
Kreston Reeves Accountants are seeking to promote our Trainee Accountant apprenticeship positions which are currently open across their offices. These are fantastic opportunities for any students who may be interested in pursuing a career in accountancy. Students will study either the ACCA or CFAB qualification, depending on their office location. More information about our training can be found on their website here.
"STEP INTO THE FUTURE" WEEKEND
InvestIn are offering immersive half day sessions for 12-14 year olds interested in pursuing a career in Law, Investment Banking, Medicine and Engineering. For further information and cost, please click here.
UNIQ - FREE PROGRAMMES FOR STATE SCHOOL STUDENTS AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORDIf you are considering making an application to the University of Oxford, please look at this website which provides details of UNIQ Spring & Summer Schools designed for Year 12 students from state schools to support their Oxford applications.
MORRISONS DEGREE APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME
Students that would like to earn whilst they learn may be interested in the range of Degree Apprenticeships being offered by Morrisons Supermarkets. Courses are offered in the fields of Retail, Corporate, Logistics and manufacturing. Please click here for further details.
IMMERSIVE CAREER EXPERIENCES FOR AGES 15-18
Various dates in Autumn 2019InvestIn offer Career Experience Programmes for some of the most sought-after careers in the world: Medicine, Law, Investment Banking, Engineering, Journalism, Architecture and many more. The days take place at UCL and Manchester University and are attended by industry professionals. There is a cost of usually £135 per student. Click here for full details of the programmes on offer.
ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT TRUST YEAR IN INDUSTRY EMPLOYABILITY WORKSHOP:
Thursday 18th April 2019An email has been sent to all Year 13 students to make them aware of the above workshop run by the Engineering Development Trust which takes place in Central London on the 18th April. Students will learn how to develop their CV's, prepare for future interviews and learn about Psychometric Testing and Assessment Centres. The workshop costs £60.00 and students that are interested should email the workshop organiser, Nicola Harris on N.Harris@etrust.org.uk
ST ANSELM'S CAREERS FAIR - SPORTS HALL, WEDNESDAY 27TH MARCH 2019We are very proud to be hosting our Careers Fair on Wednesday 27th March in conjunction with Education Business Partnership, Kent. With over 50 stands including national companies and organisations such as Lloyds Bank, BAE Systems, NHS, Kent Police, The Law Society, Royal Navy, Pfizer as well as a range of higher education providers such as Hadlow College, British Institute of Modern Music, this fair offers a unique opportunity for our students to learn more about a huge range of careers, seek advice from the experts and learn how to prepare for opportunities.
For the student passport to the Fair, please click here
UNIVERSITY OF CREATIVE ARTS (UCA) EASTER SCHOOLS 2019
Applications are now open for our 2019 Easter School programme. The Easter Schools are for students in Years 10, 11 and 12 who are interested in pursuing creative subjects when progressing on to college or university and are a great opportunity to start building work for a portfolio. Easter Schools will run from Monday 15 April to Thursday 18 April across all of our campuses. The deadline for equal consideration is 22nd March 2019. Apply here
APOLLO MOTOR GROUP (DOVER) - APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITY
Apollo Motor Group are seeking three Apprentices at their Dover location; CT17 0HL. Start date to be towards the end of this academic year (2018-19):
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MEDSTART4U - SELECTED DATES AVAILABLE
MedStart4U offers invaluable opportunities for Year 11 and 12 students to gain visits and experience in East Kent Hospitals. For many young people a potential barrier when applying for Medicine is a lack of relevant Work Experience, this scheme is a local solutions designed and provided by the NHS.
MedStart4U & MedStart Plus 2019 Parent Letter
MedStart4u & MedStart Plus 2019 Poster
ENGINEERING TALK - KING'S SCHOOL, CANTERBURY: 21st MARCH, 6.30pm
The Extraordinary Technologies Of The Modern Jet Engine
Dr Mike Percival, Global Head of Manufacturing Engineering at Rolls-Royce, will discuss some of the extraordinary technologies which make a modern jet engine work. From hollow titanium fan blades with an internal girder structure, to turbine blades which operate in gas above their own melting temperature and are each made of a single crystal of nickel.
He will also discuss how they assure the safety of their products, and the contribution made by all branches of “STEM”.
If you are interested in attending this course, please see Miss Penfold or Mrs Day as soon as possible.