To give you an insight into the Enterprise Adviser (EA) role or the types of employer engagement activities you could get involved with, check out our showcase of best practice developed by our EAs.
‘I Love My Job’ is a tutor time activity thought up by The Roseland’s Enterprise Adviser Lauren Tregilgas and their Careers Lead Maggie McWilliams.
Helston School hosted a morning assembly delivered by the construction company BAM
A meaningful, enterprising whole day activity.
Callington Community College an 11-18 school in East Cornwall, they worked with their EA's to help with student evaluations
Richard Lander School, Truro ran a careers encounter day for all of their year 7 students including those with EHC plans in their ARB the ‘ARK’.
Mock Interviews can increase students confidence and help them focus more on their future career.
Speed Networking is a high impact activity that engages multiple businesses and enables every student in a year group to speak to a wide range of businesses.
Eloise was in a group of year 9 students who were extremely disruptive and disengaged and identified as at risk of being NEET.
Supporting SEND students into work placements can take a little extra effort.