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@AllRoundRes Work Experience Logbook! All Levels! *Prepare for the career you want!*

@AllRoundRes Work Experience Logbook! All Levels! *Prepare for the career you want!*

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** I created this resource, for work experience students undertaking a placement. It is essentially a full comprehensive guide for students undertaking a placement. It contains everything a student needs to do and know during the lead-up, while on placement and after their experience. A 26-page booklet – essential for any work experience student! Takes students through a step-by-step guide of how students should approach work experience. From calling and organising the placement, to a pre-placement interview, to making sure they know all the important information about the placement, to how to develop their skills and recognize the importance of skills employers look for; skills for life. To how to use and approach social media in the workplace, to health and safety, daily diary recordings and placement reviews. Gives students the chance to reflect on their work experience and understand and acknowledge the importance of what they learnt, what they need to do and how they can further develop and broaden their skills, ready for the world of work and employability. Allows students to begin to take the next steps in their career, focusing on a set of tasks to reflect on the placement! Get your students to tweet us pictures of them on their placement and let us know how they are enjoying and how they have benefited from what they have learnt while on placement!........................................ @AllRoundRes The booklet itself includes……………….26 Pages! *How the logbook should be used? *What should I before I start *Skills for Life! *What have I done today? 5 Dairy Days *What should I do now?... Saying thank-you! *What next?... Reflection on placement… Preparing for the world of work! *Notes section + LOTS MORE!! *************************************************************************************** If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help!

By AllRoundResources

Your First Job:  Learning about JobApplications, Resumes & Interviewing

Your First Job: Learning about JobApplications, Resumes & Interviewing

This lesson gives students an introduction to the basics of applying for their first job. This is perfect for a technology, business or social skills class, or a class that focuses on careers. Students learn about the opportunities that may be available to them for their first job and then learn how to apply for the job. They learn about completing a job application, creating a resume in Microsoft Word, and the basics of interviewing with an employer. Students work with a team to create their own answers for commonly asked interview questions and to practice interviewing skills. Finally, students use the Internet to research actual jobs in their area that may be appropriate for them. This project was created for a grade 7-8 Career Exploration/Investigating Careers class, but could easily be adapted for high school students. Files Included with this Lesson • Teacher & Student Notes and Resources • Introduction to Getting a Job – editable Microsoft PowerPoint presentation • Completing a Job Application – Student expectations and grading rubric • Creating a Resume in Microsoft Word - Student expectations and grading rubric • Commonly Asked Interview Questions Task Cards (for group project) – Includes blanks for additional questions • Commonly Asked Interview Questions – Student expectations and grading rubric • Commonly Asked Interview Questions – Student worksheet • Interview Practice Group Project Expectations and Grading Rubric • Researching Potential Jobs Project Expectations and Grading Rubric

By innovationsintechnology

Career Planning, Career pathways, Setting well formed outcomes

Career Planning, Career pathways, Setting well formed outcomes

A useful presentation and activity to plan career and education pathways. Students can visually map out the route needed to achieve their desired career. Students can test their outcome goal by checking that it is well formed and doesn't conflict with other areas in their life. Includes exemplar careers in STEM to support those who have no career choices.

By TommyC82

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INTERVIEWS. New for 2017-18

INTERVIEWS. New for 2017-18

New for 2017-18. This document provides clear advice on how to prepare for an interview and how to perform well once at interview. Ideal for use with students going for job or university interviews. Also quite useful for teachers trying to get a new job!!! The resource is easy to print and so can be used as a hand-out during form time or careers lessons.

By StartEducation

Interview Techniques

Interview Techniques

A resource to do in assembly or with a form group for students who are about to embark on interviews for either college, sixth form, university or work. Visual PowerPoint giving talking points for the speaker looking at some tips from professionals about making a good first impression.

By beckiehall

Jobs and Future Discussion Question Cards  - Tutorial or Personal and Social Development Activity

Jobs and Future Discussion Question Cards - Tutorial or Personal and Social Development Activity

A set of 16 question cards on the topic of jobs and the future aimed at 14-19 learners who need to consider career options, future goals, skills and qualities. These ready made question cards in both black and white or colour can easily be printed and cut up to create an easy discussion in groups that would fit nicely into tutorial lessons, lessons on jobs and work well with personal and social development qualifications in units including Working Towards Goals and Career Development. Clear text and easy to print and cut format mean this lesson activity is ready to go.

By islaflood

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Employability / Work Skills

Employability / Work Skills

10x fully resourced lessons: 10x 1hr PowerPoints, 37 worksheets, 12 clip links with differentiated questions, all activities differentiated with clear LOs to three levels of measurable progress. All with starters, plenaries - planned to be Good-Outstanding (as well as enjoyable) throughout. There's easily 14 hours worth of planning gone into this, so I hope it saves you time and you find it value for money. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

By EC_Resources

Presenting Tips

Presenting Tips

Tips for presenting. Please rate. If I can help further, or you have any questions - please do get in touch. Thank you.

By stephen_hunt_uk

Say what you mean assembly

Say what you mean assembly

Title: Say what you mean and mean what you say This assembly focuses on getting the students to think about communicating clearly as words have consequences. It does this by looking at bad translations, famous parables and an amusing story. This is a good assembly with a strong message.

By laumorrow

Bundle of 3 careers lessons- finding a job, applying for a job, preparing for the interview

Bundle of 3 careers lessons- finding a job, applying for a job, preparing for the interview

The three one hour lessons would work well over the same half term and will ensure pupils are more knowledgeable on how to find a job, apply for a job, and prepare for an interview. The three lessons could form the basis of a full half term if teachers are able to include other lessons: -Using search engines to find a job -Mock application process -Mock interview process The lesson would also suit form time by splitting them into smaller chunks.

By MrBetney

Go get that job! Explore your employability skills

Go get that job! Explore your employability skills

This topic covers employability skills as defined by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and employers: communication and literacy, teamwork, problem solving, customer awareness, numeracy and ICT. It includes an attractive presentation to help structure your lesson, instructions and activiy sheets. Students will explore how they can develop and evidence their own employability skills even if they have little or no work experience, and discuss why employers value these skills. This resource includes activities to help students to take stock of their existing skills and plan to develop future skills through all their activities including academic learning, hobbies and social time. They will also learn to understand the difference between skills and tasks and explore the concept of transferable skills. This topic will help students who are new to job applications or CVs to think about how to describe their skills and aptitudes to a potential employer.

By knowledgeandskills