We work with numerous organisations that can provide further support for your educational establishment. Explore the links below to find out more.
The Careers and Enterprise Company
The Careers and Enterprise Company facilitates world-class careers education throughout the country, inspiring and preparing young people for the world of work. Their work takes place across England and is developed through local delivery partners like GFirst LEP, meaning that young people receive targeted advice and support that’s tailored to each county.Visit Website
The GFirst LEP Careers Hub is an element of GFirst LEP, the county’s Local Enterprise Partnership. GFirst LEP promotes economic growth in the county, helps to create jobs and provides real opportunities for businesses in the region. Specifically for education, the LEP supports the development of training and education facilities that will promote Gloucestershire’s future champions.
Gloucestershire County Council
Gloucestershire County Council’s website provides further information about education and learning within the county, with everything from term dates and admissions information to details on the School Improvement Strategy and more.Visit Website
The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges programme (ASK) is designed to give schools, colleges and other educational establishments across England free support to develop and transform how students think about apprenticeships. They offer programmes including assemblies, workshops, CPD sessions and much more.Visit Website
Forwards is an all age, all disability employment service whose aim is to enable people with disabilities and health conditions to achieve their employment aspirations.Visit Website
Future Me is aimed at helping anyone aged 16 or over to plan their future, including helpful careers advice, information on further education, and practical advice on health, wellbeing and travel.Visit Website
The Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Project is committed to helping people overcome challenges to employment and move them closer towards or into work, including self-employment.Visit Website
Gloucestershire Skills Portal
Launched in 2020, the Gloucestershire Skills Portal provides a definitive destination for anyone seeking further information on employment, education options or the local job market.Visit Website
GROWs is a collaborative network of six Gloucestershire-based universities and colleges. It aims to support students aged between 11-18 to access and understand their options for future education and careers by delivering activities, events and producing resources to support educational institutions, students and parents/carers.Visit Website
The Growth Hub
The Growth Hub’s extensive network provides practical help and advice to every business in Gloucestershire that’s seeking support to grow.Visit Website
Young Gloucestershire supports 11-25-year olds facing complex challenges in their lives and provides these disadvantaged young people with skills, training and opportunities to help them find employment or to return to education.Visit Website
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