My Choices – next steps – National Event – 3rd August

My Choices

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Please see attached PPT
 

 

Leeds College of Music – Online Resources

We are delighted to inform you that our online resources for schools and colleges are now available to access! 

Within these pages, you will find a variety of online resources which have been put together to support students’ studies whilst also engaging them with higher education and conservatoire experiences.

This includes: 

  • Videos with accompanying activities in jazz improvisation, songwriting and rock and pop listening and aural skills 

  • Music theory videos and resources 

  • Student finance and budgeting information and resources 

  • Careers guidance 

  • Resources for teachers and advisers 

  • Top tips from our fantastic team of student ambassadors 

All accompanying activities, PowerPoint presentations and resources can be downloaded. Please feel free to share any of this content with your students. 

To access these materials, simply click on the button below and complete the short form provided. You will be sent an email on completion of these details which contains a URL which links directly to this online hub. There is no need to complete the form once you have registered, you can access this content via this URL at your leisure.

HE Support for Year 13 – Results Day Webinars – UK University Search

We hope you enjoyed our Virtual Fair on Wednesday 17 June, and that you’ve found our Webinar Wednesdays helpful. To support your Year 13s this Results Day, we have teamed up with a range of universities from across the UK to offer a series of Results Day Webinars. All of these webinars are completely free of charge, and different universities will be featured every day with advice for your students about predicted grades, Results Day and Clearing. Each webinar will also feature a live Q&A session so your students can ask any questions they have directly to universities and receive a response.
 
Monday 10 August: Predicted Grades – Everything you Need to Know
Tuesday 11 August: Results Day Guide
Wednesday 12 August: Clearing, Adjustment and Deferrals
 
Please forward the email below to your students so they can sign-up. We’re expecting these webinars to be very popular, so we recommend asking them to sign-up for each webinar they’re interested in as soon as possible to secure their place.
 
 
I’ll be in touch in September with more details about our autumn UK University & Apprenticeship Search events.
 

Don’t miss out – PwC’s Virtual Classroom is still available to join

We recently launched our new Virtual Classroom – a programme open to all students between Years 10 and 13 (Years 11 to 14 in Northern Ireland and S3 to S6 in Scotland), which focuses on developing your employability skills and providing an insight into PwC. The programme combines both live and pre-recorded sessions. You’ll also have the chance to engage with a range of PwC ambassadors through the interactive live sessions, whilst enabling the flexibility to watch and listen to the recorded sessions at a time best suited to you each week.

The programme launched a few weeks ago but it’s not too late to sign up to the remaining sessions. You can also make the most of the online resources available to access from home.

Important information about our upcoming event – What Career Live? & What University Live? Virtual Event 7th & 8th August. Year 11, 12 & 13 students

Please ensure your students register using the ‘How to register’ details below before 31 July to gain access to the virtual event platform. 

The virtual event will be a highly engaging online experience, replicating the physical event format. Students will be able to speak to universities and companies to get all the information they need to make a decision about their future.

Success at School – Free webinars on careers in the Allied Health Professions

I SEE THE DIFFERENCE

The I See the Difference team invite you to explore the benefits of a career in professions such as Podiatry, Therapeutic radiography, Orthoptics and Prosthetics and Orthotics in our profession specific webinars:

If you need an introduction into allied health professions our amazing Outreach Officers Rachel Middleton, George Lock, Emily Farrell, Michelle Tyler, Chris Jefferson and Kimberley Atkinson are also hosting a range of webinar dates and times to introduce you to the 15 allied health professions.

Click here to register for our webinars

New Apprenticeship Vacancies

Business Support Apprentice – Brambles Academy – Huddersfield – https://recruitline.ckcareersonline.org.uk/job/brambles-primary-academy-huddersfield-50-business-support-l3-apprenticeship/

Apprentice Customer Service Asst & Dispenser – Todmorden Pharmacy – https://recruitline.ckcareersonline.org.uk/job/brambles-primary-academy-todmorden-pharmacy-50-apprentice-customer-service-assistant-dispenser/

Bradford College Update

Here is your final (of this term) weekly update on how Bradford College is continuing to support you, your school and your students (all years) through this difficult period.

General Update

As schools break for the summer we wanted to wish you and your students all the best for the summer and for the forthcoming results days.

We are still encouraging all applications for all of our courses and please find attached a flyer that we are going to send to all Bradford household’s over the next month. We are strongly encouraging all students to apply, then enrol and then start their teaching – and this is the message in all of our communications.

Can we take this opportunity to wish you a safe summer break and we look forward to working with you in September. Please see important updates below including

  • Student Update
  • Staff Update

Information for Students

Information about online enrolment at Bradford College

We know that this year you may be concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on your studies. There is a place for you at Bradford College and we will support you all the way through this next stage of your studies. Read our quick guide about our Enrolment process.

From September 2020, all Bradford College enrolments will be held online. There are a number of essential online tasks that you will need to complete so that you can begin your enrolment.

If you have already applied you should have already received emails, texts and calls to keep you informed about your application and the next steps. If any details have changed since applying it is important that you contact our Admissions Team to update your records. We need to ensure that we have up-to-date email, phone and address details, so that you receive our updates and instructions to enrol.

Enrolment for courses starting in September will take place online via the College website from June onwards (for people with unconditional offers only). If your offer is dependent on exam results or assessment grades the enrolment will take place following Results Day in August.

We will be sending emails and texts to share important information, login details and the enrolment process over the next few weeks and months, so please ensure that admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk is added to your email contacts list and check your Spam and Junk filters and folders to ensure you don’t miss any messages.

 Save the Date! ‘Bradford College is LIVE’ will return on 15th July at 6pm!

 Following the recent success of our first ‘Bradford College is LIVE’ online event we will be returning on 15th July to give you another opportunity to find out more about the subjects you are interested in and to talk to our tutors. Keep checking our website for further details about this event and how to book on.

https://www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/events

Information for school staff

Careers Coach demonstration/planning meeting

If you haven’t yet heard from your lead Engagement Officer and would like to schedule a convenient time for a demonstration of Careers Coach, our new online resource for your students, please email us at engage@bradfordcollege.ac.uk and we will respond as soon as possible. In September we will be providing you with unique bookmarks for your students with links to access Careers Coach displayed on them.

In addition to this we would really like the opportunity to speak with you about activities and events for your school next academic year. If you have any convenient dates/times over the next couple of weeks please let us know and we will arrange a call/a virtual meeting.

July 2020 Study & Careers Magazine

July 2020 Study & Careers Magazine

 

Apprenticeship – Yorkshire Water – Bradford

Apprenticeship – Yorkshire Water – Bradford

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