Summary of Janet's and Murray's Presentation for Youth Council 22.1.2019

Not Going to University? Where then? How to Find out?

About Yourself and your Skills, personality and interests - Find out from your Family and Friends - Teachers, Sports Coach, Mentor and Yourself .

Alternative Routes to work via

  1. Volunteering Sixth Form open day Careers fair UCAS university Clearing

  2. Apprenticeships.gov.uk. Cilex for opportunities in Law

  3. School Leavers Schemes eg M&S for Placements, internships and Graduate schemes.

  4. Local Labour Market Information

  5. ‘Collectively Camberley’ - local apprenticeships. Weir Training Chobham – Apprenticeships.

  6. Knights Training Academy, Camberley – Apprenticeships. North Surrey Volunteering Hub.

  7. UTC Heathrow & Reading – Engineering & computer science. Merrist Wood College, Worplesdon – 16-18 courses

  8. Farnborough Technical College – BTEC, Dips, Apprenticeships Farnborough Sixth Form College

  9. University of Creative Arts Farnham ‘Diploma to Degree Courses’

  10. Local Sixth Forms Gordons, Tomlinscote, Collingwood, Kings International

Camberley & District Job Club (www.camberleydistrictjobclub.com) can help at our Drop in centre situated in High Cross Church every Monday 10.30am – 12.30pm. We are also on Facebook – a good resource for job searching.

Other Agencies and job search sites the club works with: Indeed.co.uk, reed.co.uk, totaljobs.com, monster.co.uk, jobsite.co.uk, Job Centre Plus, Inspiring Enterprise.org.uk. W have a clinic for NHS vacancies one the 2nd week of every month.

The Club Offers:

  1. An initial Interview with one of our experienced Volunteers

    With help from a volunteer you would compile an individual action plan, prepare and/or modify your CV and receive help to apply for jobs on line.

  2. Three workshops entitled ….

    1. Do I have the skills for a job I would enjoy?

    2. What can I do to my CV that it will appeal to an employer?

    3. How can I prepare myself to be successful at an interview? (Or workshops tailored to need).

  3. 1 to 1 appointments to discuss any topics relating your job search - some people would benefit from a more in depth consultation.

4 Liaising with other specialist agencies

eg: Job Centre Plus, Apprenticeships, Richmond Fellowship, Frontline, Surrey Choice & Adult learning centre.

5 Sourcing finance for clients with specific needs eg: literacy

Camberley & District Job Club is Sponsoring a Research Project …

Post 16 Vocational Opportunities In Surrey Heath – Research Project in 2019

Interviewing Careers leaders at SH Schools

Surveying Year 11 students

Recommendations for how the Job Club can help - By Sally Tyler and Janet Ward

CDJC YOUTH CON Summary