Since the launch of the Careers Strategy in December 2017 the focus is that schools and colleges offer a stable, structured careers programme. As a charity focused on supporting students and adults with careers guidance we are best placed to assist with meeting some of the benchmarks set by this government initiative.
We are able to assist schools with a variety of support from inspirational speakers at assemblies and support with employer encounters to enterprise days and self-employment awareness, the WISE Project has the resources and staff to ensure that your careers programme is varied, exciting and engaging!
We will be publishing details of our opportunities and sessions on our website so that you can share the information with your school Senior Management Team, your Governing Board and parents. We have discovered that, by sharing the information, we are able to tailor the work we do to meet your requirements and are happy to discuss changes to programmes to match your curriculum based learning needs and those of your disabled and SEND students.
We regularly evaluate our programmes and enterprise days by gaining feedback from our students, the teaching staff and our mentors. It is vital that we offer relevant information, which is up-to-date and taught to the students at a level that they can benefit from it. The feedback we receive is also used to improve our workshops, resources and informs us about how we can further develop the work we do to help more young people.
The WISE Project team are able to help you provide strong and well structured foundations of career based learning, so that the young people are able to make informed decisions and choices about future career paths and routes into work.
We look forward to working with you.