All About Apprenticeships December 2018

Vacancy Snapshot – see a snapshot of apprenticeship vacancies coming up soon

Parent-Pack-December

 

 

Success at School – GSK Apprenticeships Applications Open!

GSK – Exciting Minds 

With over 300 years of innovation, we’re a science-led global healthcare company that delivers billions of innovative products each year. With us, you can take on some of the world’s biggest health challenges – helping millions do more, feel better, live longer. The scope and breadth of our business is reflected in the range of apprenticeship opportunities we offer to talented and ambitious individuals. Our apprenticeships will give you hands-on experience in your chosen discipline and the opportunity to play a key role in contributing to the future success of the company.

PwC Year 12 Business Insight Week & Digital Insight Week in Leeds for summer 2019

Please find details below and attached regarding work experience opportunities for Yr12 students in the business and digital sectors with PwC in Leeds for Summer 2019.

This is a great way for young people to gain paid experience, confidence and employability skills, as well as meet our apprentices! Successful students on the week will be fast-tracked to the final stage of our apprenticeship recruitment process if they desire to apply for an apprenticeship. 

For students from WP Backgrounds, we’re offering extra support in the selection process for the Insight Weeks, as well as webinars open to all applicants. 

PwC Insight Weeks – Paid Work Experience for Year 12 students – Applications Open!

Year 12s – Paid Work experience opportunities for you! PwC, a large employer in the business and digital world have opened applications for two paid summer Insight Weeks (work experience programmes) for Year 12 students in Leeds! (and other UK Offices) 

Whether you are looking for a general introduction to a career in business, or are keen to get stuck in with cutting edge technology, these programmes are worth exploring. PwC’s Business Insight Week is an action-packed week, enabling you to shadow graduates & apprentices for the week as gaining new skills, meeting new people & accelerating your career in business. 

The Digital Insight Week focuses more about Technology, and you will join many interactive workshops exploring how technology is used across business and society. You can explore the world of Cyber Security, Virtual Reality and much more! 

Both are very interactive and paid weeks, and give you a head-start in your career, so why not apply?!

For more information about these programmes and to apply, please visit our website.

If you have further questions, please contact Katherine Bond on schoolsrecruitment@uk.pwc.com

 

 

Careers Fair Thursday 14th March 2019 4.30 until 7.30pm

Brighouse High School and The Brooksbank School are working collaboratively to host a Careers Fair on

THURSDAY 14TH MARCH 2019

to be held in the Sports Halls at

Brighouse High School, Finkil Street, Brighouse HD6 2NY

from 4.30 until 7.30pm

The Careers Fair is open to students and parents of both schools from all Year Groups (7-13).

If you are a Company or Institution wishing to attend the Careers Fair then please download the letter and booking form returning the latter to h.haigh@brighouse.calderdale.sch.uk

Careers Letter 2019 Employer Letter of Invitation

Careers Fair 2019 Booking Form

Flyer Careers Fair March 2019

 

Careermap newsletter – Exciting updates from PwC! Don’t miss out!

At PwC we have a lot to update you on, including the launch of our Year 12 work experience opportunities and our new Data Science Graduate Apprenticeship Degree programme. Continue reading to find out more.

Work Experience Opportunities for Year 12 students*

Amazing Apprenticeships – Introducing The UK’s first Economics Degree Level Apprenticeship

Introducing The UK’s first Economics Degree Level Apprenticeship

 

PwC School Leaver Opportunities – Insight Weeks, applications are now open and the deadline is 31st January 2019

For any students in Year 12, we offer Insight Weeks. These are one-week paid work experience programmes in the Summer Holidays focusing around Business or the Digital World (*Year 13 in NI & S5 In Scotland). Applications are now open and the deadline is 31st January 2019.
 
  • We have a number of events taking place in PwC offices over the next few months which you may want to make your students aware of. Visiting our offices will give your students an insight into working at PwC, information about our current job opportunities, and help them develop their employability skills.

  • Our Virtual Events are perfect if students are unable to come into one of our offices but wish to participate in an online workshop

  • Our National Schools Employability Challenge is now open to students aged 14 – 18 years old, and is an excellent, fun and interactive way for students to gain and recognise employability skills, as well as prepare for the workplace of today.

  • Females of the Future – This day-long event is held at a one of our UK offices, and will include sessions to help build your confidence and resilience skills, whilst helping you to learn more about our business areas and culture. On this programme you’ll hear from females at PwC, gain an insight into the recruitment process, and understand where your skills and interests best fit.

  • Our PwC brochures are also available to download as a PDF from our website.

  • Your students can sign up for a student newsletter here (http://pwctrk.co.uk/tp/rj6-CS9la_J-K)

  • Naturally we also offer full-time Apprenticeships, Flying Start Degree Programmes in Accountancy & Business, and also fully funded Degree Apprenticeships in Technology or Data Science . More details are here

If you know of any students thinking about applying, please do encourage them to, all of our live roles can be found here

Please do have a look at our website, and encourage your students to do the same.

The School of Journalism is holding another free journalism masterclass for sixth form students on December 15 (12:30pm-3:30pm) at our Manchester HQ in Albert Square.

I just wanted to let you know The School of Journalism is holding another free journalism masterclassfor sixth form students on December 15 (12:30pm-3:30pm) at our Manchester HQ in Albert Square.

The three-hour practical session will give students a glimpse into life as a journalist and our hands-on style of training.

They will meet our award-winning training team and can quiz our journalists on how to break into the industry.

If any of your students would like to sign up please get them to email me directly or fill out this form:https://schoolofjournalism.co.uk/free-journalism-masterclasses/

I have attached a flyer and a map for you, let me know if you have any questions.

If any of your students already know journalism is the career for them. These are the codes they need to apply for our NCTJ-accredited BA (Hons) Journalism degree The School of Journalism via UCAS:

Course code: P500

Institution code: P63

Campus: Manchester (M) or London (L)

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The School of Journalism is holding another free journalism masterclass for sixth form students on December 15 (12:30pm-3:30pm) at our Manchester HQ in Albert Square.

I just wanted to let you know The School of Journalism is holding another free journalism masterclassfor sixth form students on December 15 (12:30pm-3:30pm) at our Manchester HQ in Albert Square.

The three-hour practical session will give students a glimpse into life as a journalist and our hands-on style of training.

They will meet our award-winning training team and can quiz our journalists on how to break into the industry.

If any of your students would like to sign up please get them to email me directly or fill out this form:https://schoolofjournalism.co.uk/free-journalism-masterclasses/

I have attached a flyer and a map for you, let me know if you have any questions.

 

If any of your students already know journalism is the career for them. These are the codes they need to apply for our NCTJ-accredited BA (Hons) Journalism degree The School of Journalism via UCAS:

Course code: P500

Institution code: P63

Campus: Manchester (M) or London (L)

Nestle Academy Applications Open!

Put our history into the next generation.

Recommend a Graduate Scheme or Apprenticeship at Nestlé to upcoming leaders of tomorrow and you’ll be giving them a shot at a career with the world’s biggest food and drinks company, offering as much excitement and future focus as it does security and history. Our schemes offer the chance to develop broad skills across a number of functions, so that those undertaking them are able to find out what they like and what they’re good at. And then, create a lifelong career.

 

 

 

 

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