Info regarding apprenticeship vacancies and various opportunities to gain experience online and in the local area will be posted here.
For students in year 11 or year 12 looking for Business, Accounting or Technology work experience
Closing Date – Friday 19th May at 5pm
Application Link: click here
Games courses event – click here for more info!
Tuesday 30th May from 10am-4pm
Students will be invited to take part in this work-experience; the day will include employability skills workshops, Q&A sessions with the KPMG colleagues and also work-style challenges. Participants will receive a certificate of completion too.
For students in years 10 – 13
Sign-up link here
Year 9 and year 10 students are eligible for this opportunity, for a 3 day course over May half term.
Routes information for parents: This is an innovative 3-day course which provides young people with an understanding of the amazing opportunities offered by STEM based careers (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). The course allows your child to engage with a college, a university and a STEM company who have put together an interesting agenda to showcase STEM courses, apprenticeships, degrees and careers, giving your child the best chance to make informed decisions and to meet role models.
Day 1: Newcastle College – Tuesday 30th May 2023
Day 2: Northumbria University– Wednesday 31st May 2023
Day 3: Capita – Thursday 1st June 2023
· Engages all students no matter their academic level
· Practical taster sessions of STEM courses at College and University helping with decision making
· Visualisation of future STEM career opportunities and how to access them through apprenticeship & graduate schemes
· Gaining a bronze industry-led accreditation from Industrial Cadets
· Meet role models
Cost The course costs £165, however there are some bursaries available where cost is a barrier.
Lunch & travel arrangements
Students are responsible for their own daily travel. Lunch is sometimes provided for the course and this will be confirmed along with all other details in the Course Joining Instructions.
Full information here
The online application form will go live on 1st June 2023 and close on 30th June 2023.
From all applications received, the trust will allocate all available placements from September 2023 until August 2024.
See Mrs McAdam for details and application support and a link to check below:
The page will be updated regularly so keep checking back to find the perfect option for you! Application details and info regarding the opportunity will be posted here.
If you would like further information on any of these opportunities, please contact our in-house careers advisor.
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|Social Work – Staff work with people to find solutions to their problems. This may be helping protect vulnerable people from harm, or supporting people to live independently. Social workers act as advocates and direct people to services they need.||Feb-June 2023||Click here|
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|26 Feb 2023||Apply here|
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Impress apprenticeships – Blaydon
For application support — see Mrs McAdam
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