Emma: Very helpful. I got what I came for.
78% of year 11 students feel more aware of the opportunities open to them
A recent survey showed the majority of participants felt more confident / motivated.
Students often feel clearer about their next steps after leaving school and beyond.
Feedback from an introduction to careers learning CPD session at a secondary school, Feb 2020:
How will the training help you in your role?
Provide more effective advice for students
Think about more effective delivery of info
More aware of how to incorporate knowledge of STEM careers
Support in what we are already trying to achieve
Information of career paths
Improve confidence to support students
Help with structure for Post-16 tutor time
Provide more info to students
Ideas on when / how to include in lessons
It is important to have a trainer who is informative, passionate about the subject and also engaging with their participants. Here at Career Room we like to ensure this for our customers.
Thank you a lot for the careers interview, it really helped me decide which job choice was best for me. Thank you for the information and merry Christmas x
Natasha, year 11
Thank you for today’s google meet, it was very helpful and I have had a look at the website and it has helped me better understand the work I want to do.
Nathan, year 11
Hi, it's me Damien. The interview we had the other day and the website you sent helped me a lot on what I want to do after year 11. I decided I want to do sixth form.
Damien, year 11
Thank you so much!
Marcy, year 11
This is great, thank you so much!
Jasmine, year 11
Chisom, year 11
Thank you, I will definitely check these out, it means a lot. You have really helped me out in choosing my career path.
Luke, year 11
100% claimed that the interview or workshop was good or excellent
100% said the information was relevant and useful to them
100% said they felt understood and listened to
100% said the support given has helped them in planning their future
Talking through my ideas
Confidence I am making the right decision
Knowing how to research careers
Having the support available
Awareness of different jobs and options
Being able to ask questions
Information (courses and careers)