Resources to help teachers and careers advisers offer information, advice and guidance to young people, about apprenticeships.
Applies to England
Resources for teachers and advisers
The teachers handbook supports the apprenticeship self-development pack.
The completion of the workbook can count towards the funded 16 to 19 programme.
The apprenticeship self-development pack for 16 to 19-year-olds who:
- want to go into employment, including apprenticeships and higher apprenticeships
- need support with progression options and those who are undecided about their future career and study options
Students can use the self-development pack to find out about the apprenticeships available to them so they can choose the right employment and education path.
For more resources to use in schools and other educational establishments supporting students in years 10 – 13, for teachers and parents to use in apprenticeships information, advice and guidance planning throughout the year visit Amazing Apprenticeships.
Apprenticeship champion network
We want to identify 1000 exceptional individuals working in schools across England to sign up to the apprenticeship champion network. Champions will be given a range of free apprenticeship support for their school, share best practice and directly influence future campaigns.
Amazing Apprenticeships contains more information and details of how to apply.
Apprenticeship speakers for schools
Have you considered inviting an employer or an apprentice to speak to your students about their future careers?
The apprenticeship support and knowledge for schools (ASK) project will deliver apprenticeship and traineeship information to young people in years 10, 11, 12 and 13. The project is funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency and National Apprenticeship Service and will offer young people in England the skills they need to get on in work.
For further information or to request a speaker, please visit Amazing Apprenticeships and submit a request form.
Film case studies and webinars
The amazing apprenticeship website contains free resources such as films and webinars for schools.
There are a number of informative films on the apprenticeship YouTube channel, including a series of sector in the spotlight films, which promote apprenticeships in key industry sectors (construction, manufacturing, IT, care, creative, finance, and professional services).