Inspire

Young people who have the opportunity to take part in employer engagement activities while they’re in education are much better prepared for starting employment, and dedicated opportunities for young unemployed people can be life changing. Businesses also get to develop their talent pipeline and connect with their local communities.

This section will help you to:

  1. Plan a diverse careers education programme
  2. Create meaningful, mutually beneficial opportunities for young unemployed people
  3. Make use of a wide range of excellent programmes and support already available

 

Offer careers exploration activities

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Employers can play a vital role in helping young people explore what kinds of careers and entry routes are available at their company and in their sector.
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Create strong partnerships

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By building strong lasting partnerships with schools, colleges and other organisations, businesses can begin to meet the unique needs of young people on that area, helping to build and shape their local future talent pipeline.
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Provide experience & support job searches

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Through experiences of the workplace and support such as mock interviews, employers can equip young people with exactly the sort of skills that would make them perfect candidates for a company’s entry level roles.
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Help to develop skills & confidence for work

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Businesses can play a vital role in helping young people to develop essential skills, enhancing their self-esteem and confidence, raising aspirations and improving future readiness for the world of work.
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