Careers & Further Education
Please click here to view Parents’ and Carers’ Pack Apprenticeship Information Guide from the National Apprenticeship Service - January 2021
Baker Clause Policy Statement
As part of our commitment to informing our students of the full range of learning and training pathways on offer to them, we are happy to consider requests from training, apprenticeship and vocational education providers to speak to students.
Savio Salesian College also proactively seeks to build relationships with these partners as we plan our Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) programme activity throughout the school year to ensure that providers have multiple opportunities to speak to students and their parents across years 7-11. The purpose of these relationships are to offer information on vocational, technical and apprenticeship qualifications and pathways.
All requests should be emailed at least 6 weeks prior to an expected planned session date. In the first instance, requests by providers should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include:
All requests will be given consideration from the designated Careers Leader and Senior Leadership team. Requests will be considered against:
Opportunities for providers to speak with students may include school assemblies, employer and provider engagement events or opportunities to speak with students and parents on a one-to-one basis supporting GCSE, post 16 choices. Savio Salesian College’s CEIAG programme is monitored for quality and impact by the Senior Leadership Team and the Governing Body ensuring access and opportunities to engage with, technical, vocational and training providers will form part of this process.
For questions on this or our wider CEIAG programme, please contact the Director of Careers, Mrs C. Murphy-Worrell at email@example.com
Please click the following links to view. For more information about our Careers & Further Education events, please see our News & Events page.
Sovini Group Administration Apprenticeship - July 2022 Job Description & Personal Specification
L2 Fitness & L3 Personal Training Courses - July 2022
Local Estate Agency Vacancies - June 2022
SuccessAtSchool & Jaguar Apprenticeships - June 2022
Hugh Baird College Applicant Experience Days - June 2022 - Day 1 Day 2
British Army Insight Residential - October 2022
British Army Virtual Open Evening - June 2022
West Lancashire College Open Event - June 2022
Inovyn Customer Services Representative Apprenticeship - May 2022
Activity4All Football/Boxing/Personal Trainer Courses - May 2022
FutureLearn Career Planning & Degree Cours - May 2022
Inovyn Customer Service Apprenticeship Vacancy - May 2022
Hugh Baird College Open Evening - May 2022
SuccessAtSchool Insurance Apprenticeships - March 2022
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Apprenticeships - March 2022
British Army Recruitment Event - Summer 2022
Ford Motor Company Apprenticeships - March 2022
LCR Apprenticeship Resources & Vacancies - March 2022
Southport College Open Evening - March 2022
Royal Navy Careers - February 2022
IBM Apprenticeship Vacancies - February 2022
Hugh Baird College A-Level Open Evening - February 2022
TTE Level 3 Apprenticeship Vacancies - February 2022
Myerscough College Open Advice Morning - February 2022
Sovini Group Apprenticeship Virtual Showcase - January 2022
St. Michael's Sixth Form Open Evening - January 2022
BarbersNo1 Careers Opportunities - January 2022
City Of Liverpool College National Saturday Club - January 2022
Education Projects Medicine Application Webinar - January 2022
Nestle Apprenticeships - December 2021
TTE Training Limited February 2022 Open Evening - December 2021
Hugh Baird College 2022 Open Evenings - December 2021
TTE Training Limited Engineering Apprenticeships - December 2021
LTSB Apprenticeship Programme - December 2021
Tranmere Rovers Academy Open Evening - December 2021
KGV Open Evening - November 2021
Fowler Carragher Academy Digital Brochure - November 2021
St Helens College Open Events - November 2021
KGV Teatime Teasers Programme - November 2021
Hugh Baird College Virtual Open Evening - November 2021
Hugh Baird College Open Events - October & November 2021
British Army Recruitment Event - October 2021
KGV & Southport College Open Evenings - October 2021
Hugh Baird College A Level Open Evening - October 2021
Myerscough College Face To Face Advice Mornings (Croxteth Park Campus - Walton Gardens Campus) - October 2021
NHS Cadets Programme - September 2021
JMET and Activity for All Sports Programmes - September 2021
SuccessAtSchool's Last Minute Tips For Students - August 2021
NHS Apprenticeship Opportunities in Liverpool City Region - July 2021
Southport College New Student Event - June 2021
Activity For All Boxing, Football & Personal Training - June 2021
Hugh Baird College Open Evenings - May 2021
Merseyside Police Volunteer Cadet Recruitment - May 2021
Success At School Job Vacancies & Courses - April 2021
British Army Careers Newsletter - April 2021
Talent Foundry Summer Opportunities - April 2021
NHS NextGen Nurse Future Resources - April 2021
Be-More Childcare Apprenticeship Vacancies - April 2021
Success At School Apprenticeship opportunities at Valor Hospitality, BT, Willis Towers Watson & more - April 2021
ActivityForAll & JM Recruitment 12 week program to support young people to get back into training, college courses, apprenticeships or employment - March 2021
Facebook & Diageo Apprenticeships - March 2021
Jaguar Land Rover Virtual Work Experience - March 2021
Alstom Transport Service Apprentice Fitter Wireperson - February 2021
Alstom Transport Service Apprentice Maintenance Team Member - February 2021
Matalan Apprenticeship Opportunities - February 2021
Success At School BT Apprenticeship - February 2021
Elevate EBP National Apprenticeship Week Showcase Event - February 2021
Myerscough College Virtual Careers Event - February 2021
RAF Virtual Careers Event - February 2021
National Apprenticeship Week - February 2021
Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award - Feburary 2021
Success At School Opportunities At Top Companies - January 2021
LIPA Sixth Form College Virtual Open Day - Januray 2021
Hugh Baird College Virtual Open Week - February 2021
Myerscough College Virtual Advice Events - January & February 2021
LIPA Sixth Form College Prospectus - December 2020
Myerscough College Advice Morning - Croxteth Park Campus - Saturday 5th December
Myerscough College Advice Morning - Walton Gardens Campus - Saturday 5th December
KGV & Southport College Update Video - November 2020
Myerscough College Online Advice Morning - November 2020
TTE Engineering Apprenticeships - November 2020
Hugh Baird College T-Level Courses Starting Sept. 2021 - November 2020
British Army Virtual Recruitment Events - November 2020
LMA Virtual Open Evenings - November 2020
Hugh Baird College September 2021 Application Form - November 2020
RAF Virtual Careers Event - October 2020
Southport College Virtual Open Event - October 2020
St. Helens College Virtual Assembly For Year 11's - October 2020
KGV Virtual Open Event - October 2020
St Helens College Virtual Open Event - Wednesday 21st October 2020
Myerscough College Advice Morning - Croxteth Park Campus - Saturday 10th October
Myerscough College Advice Morning - Walton Gardens Campus - Saturday 10th October
Useful Careers Websites
You might like to take a look at the downloadable careers guide from ratemyapprencticeship.co.uk which offers some excellent advice.
This is an absolutely brilliant website which covers ALL types of careers, courses and subjects with lots of superb online tools to help you find your future career.
It’s great if you do know what you want to do and it’s great if you are unsure.
If you don’t do anything else, do ‘The Spartan Test’ which is a very clever psychometric quiz which builds a profile of you based on your responses to a series of pictures and then creates your very own Subjects Cloud and Career Cloud based on your profile. From those clouds you can find out all about every career or course with one click. It takes only 6 minutes from start to finish and it’s brilliant!
Although you can do the Spartan Test and leave it there, if you REGISTER, it will save your results and organise it in your own Research Zone. DO register. It’s worth it.
This site is superb! It is for everything to do with careers including information about all kinds of jobs, apprenticeship, universities, gap years, employment, interview tips, CV writing guides and much, much more.
To use the site, you need to put our school centre number (which is 34615) into the first box on the home page, followed by your school log-in details then press REGISTER and follow the instructions. After that, it’s just a case of clicking on the question or picture which interests you.
You can use this site because our school is registered with the company. If your family wishes to use it, they need to enter the school number then use their own log-in details.
There’s a really helpful section which will help the people who look after you help YOU with your career decisions – and who knows – they might find something for themselves, too!
Another excellent careers websites which includes really good job profiles on hundreds of jobs and lots of career-exploring tools including a quiz which aims to match you to your perfect career! Try it!
An excellent careers website which is suitable for younger people, too. It is being redesigned at the moment so it doesn’t look very inspiring, but don’t let that put you off. It WILL get better! In the meantime, it has lots and lots of really useful information about everything to do with careers including job profiles, skills “health checks,” information about the job market, CV building and a Careers Helpline which gives you the opportunity to contact professional Careers Advisers for help with everything to do with careers as well as a UCAS helpline if your results weren’t as good as you hoped. You can even arrange for a Careers
Adviser to contact you. This is a free, independent and impartial service.
Another excellent child-friendly site which is being used in school this year. Lots of careers advice, information and guidance to help you explore your future.
THE website to go to if you are thinking about careers within the health service. In-depth information and guidance about every career you could possibly think of (and lots which you didn’t even know existed) within the caring profession.
If maths is your thing, then this is the site for you.
Another great careers website. This is particularly good for alerting you to apprenticeship opportunities at higher levels if you register with them.
Make this Government website your first stop.
DO create an account if you are interested in apprenticeships as they will send you an alert when something comes up which you might be interested in. The next four links will take you to different sections of that website.
How to write a winning apprenticeship application
Higher and degree apprenticeships
This are excellent sites giving lots of information for school-leavers (Year 11 and older) about apprenticeships, jobs, reviews and career advice. By registering, you will be alerted if anything which might interest you arises.
This site is an excellent resource for everything to do with careers including information about all kinds of jobs, apprenticeship, universities, gap years, employment, interview tips, CV writing guides and much more.
To use the site, you need to put our school centre number (which is 34358) into the first box on the home page, followed by your school log-in details then press REGISTER and follow the instructions. After that, it’s just a case of clicking on the question or picture which interests you.
Jobs, Reviews & Careers Advice
Careers helpline for teenagers
This is a Careers Helpline for Young People over 13 which is part of the National Careers Service. You can email, text or phone them or even ask them to phone you back and it is completely free.
Call the National Careers Service helpline for information and advice about jobs, careers and training if you’re 13 or older in England.
National Careers Service Helpline
National Careers Service
Telephone: 0800 100 900
Text messages: 07766 413 219
Textphone: 0800 096 8336
Monday to Sunday, 8am to 10pm
You can also arrange for a National Careers Service adviser to call you - this won’t cost you anything.
Contact the UCAS Exam Results Helpline for free advice if you’ve received exams results that weren’t as good as you were expecting.
UCAS Exam Results Helpline
0808 100 8000
Find out about call charges
National Careers Service Links
Job profiles - Find out what a job involves and if it's right for you.
Skills health check - Use our assessment to find out what kind of jobs could suit you and save your results.
Find a course - Look for courses and learning providers and save information about them.
Contact an adviser - Find out about the different ways to get in touch.
Help to get a job - Get advice on the different stages of a job hunt, including how to improve your interview technique and write an effective CV. You can get help to search for your first job, get back into work or change career direction.
Another great careers website. This is particularly good for alerting you to apprenticeship opportunities at higher levels if you register with them.
Useful Websites about Universities
UCAS is the go-to website for anything to do with going to university. It is brilliant for guidance on writing the perfect CV, Personal Statements and letters of application and lots, lots more.
This gives the Open Days for every UK University in 2018.
What to study, where to go and how to get there.
The Complete University Guide which gives you the league tables for every university, every subject and every course in the UK.
Yet another excellent website which gives you league tables (with some different criteria from the Complete University Guide) so it’s well-worth checking out.
A really useful website. School is registered with this company, so use your school log-in details to access the site.
Savio Salesian College Careers Leader - Mrs C Murphy-Worrell
Outline of Careers provision at Savio Salesian College.
The college delivers the Careers Education programme through a structured integrated PSHCE curriculum. In addition to this the students are provided with numerous opportunities to engage with different employers through different events such as the Annual Careers Fair, visits to different employers e.g Peel Port , Business Mentor programme, speed mentoring with different employers and much more. There is a structured Work Experience programme that all then links with mock interviews, apprenticeship workshops and preparation for the ‘Next Step’ .All students complete a ‘Careers Investigator’ questionnaire which provides independent guidance and advice about different careers. In addition every student receives 1:1 independent careers advice and support for their future decisions from an external provider. Every student will be invited to visit local FE and Universities as well as attending assemblies delivered by external Education establishments. We pride ourselves on Careers now being recognised as a strength of the school and will continue building, refining and developing our programme.
Measuring the Impact
The school regularly utilises the Careers & Enterprise Company audit tool ‘Compass ‘to measure the current the provision against the Gatsby benchmarks.
Next Review Summer Term 2022