As an Enterprise Adviser, it is sometimes difficult to know where to support the school you are matched with. Review the following resources to see if there are any there that can help you to help them. Not all of them will be relvent to you or your context, or way of working, but they will provide you with more ideas.
There are some great ‘quick wins’ in the document providing you with helpful ideas in preparation for a school visit.
Phase 1 – Building a relationship with your Enterprise Adviser and reviewing provision
Phase 2 – Developing your careers and enterprise plan
Phase 3 – Implementing your careers and enterprise plan
Provides schools and colleges with an overview of the impact that connecting young people to the workplace can have. It provides an overview of how the network works, why joining the network is right for them, what the CEC ambitions are and how they can get involved.
As an Enterprise Adviser, you will know that Digital Poverty is a serious issue. Inevitably, this is impacting more on those students who are disadvantaged socially or economically. This document provides you with a useful evaluation tool to try and work out some solutions:
The purpose of this document is to provide you with some tips and techniques on how to position the Careers Programme and enable you to influence key decision-makers and stakeholders to gather support and keep moving forward. It will help you to:
It provides a description of the type of activity, ideas and an overview of the activity, and how to deliver the activity. For example, where it takes place and how long it can take.
The school may wish to celebrate their work with the Careers Hub and Careers and Enterprise Company. This certificate can be used and provided by you for them to display within their school.
Provides suggested activities for key planning stages:
This resource was published in 2017 but still has some very relevant and useful tips to discuss with your school.
The Moments of Choice research published by The Careers & Enterprise Company in collaboration with the Behavioural
Insights Team found that parents play a significant role in influencing young people about their career decisions.
This resource gives examples of how parents and guardians can be involved at this crucial time in their children’s lives.
A 3-phase plan to support Enterprise Advisers in