To help you support your child with making decisions about their future, this section contains useful resources and information about events you may wish to attend.
- The Innervate Spring Term 2022 Newsletter
- The Parents’ Guide to National Apprenticeship Week 2022
A really handy PDF guide to National Careers Week for parents, with a very helpful section on Work Experience, which gives some great advice on how to help your child navigate this aspect of their Careers Curriculum.
- Youth Employment Website
- Target Careers – Parent Guide have created a series of events to give students the advice, confidence and contacts they need to secure their dream career. Each event is an excellent opportunity for students to explore their career options, meet employers and find out exactly what makes a successful application. There is a chance to win prizes such as internships, placements and graduate roles. They also have some great events to challenge gender stereotypes too.
- Success at School – Careers E-Book for Parents have created a great guide called Parents & Carers: Helping your child begin their career journey. It includes case studies, brand new info on T-levels, plus guest articles on university, mental health, encouraging young women into engineering and more. It could act as a perfect supplement to the careers information that you already give to parents.
- Innervate – Spring term newsletter
- Parents Perspective Podcast The Parent Perspective” is an exciting new 8-part podcast series for parents and carers, helping them to support their children with careers advice and guidance.
Careers Information – Hampshire and Surrey A Facebook group offering centralised resources for educators and parents/carers looking for information about career pathways, apprenticeships and employers in the Hampshire and Surrey area. New information well be regularly added. Information can be found by searching posts/topics.
- Talking Futures offers practical advice and support to parents to help them have meaningful conversations with their children about career pathways from ages 16 and 18.