Careers , education, information.advice and guidance (CEIAG) is an essential part of the support we offer to students at Manchester Secondary PRU. Effective careers support is a vital part of the curriculum and helps to prepare young people for the opportunities, responsibilities and expereinces they will encounter as they prepare for transition within the PRU or their transition to a post 16 destination and beyond. As options for young people become more varied and complex , it is vital that we support our students to develop the knowledge and skills they need to make informed choices for their future.
Please find our Careers Policy /uploads/603/files/careers-policy-sep-2021.docx (1)(1).docx and Provider Access Statement /uploads/603/files/careers---provider-access-policy-statement.docx (2).docx
Head of Careers is Kath Barratt can be contacted by email email@example.com
To view a summary of our careers programme for 2021-22 please click /uploads/603/files/careers-programme-2022-2023.docx (1).docx
To view our CEIAG Policy please click
To view our Leavers' Data for 2020 please click
Further careers guidance and information can be found here:
The National Careers Service provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. There is also guidance on writing CVs using the CV builder. Both parents and students can contact the National Careers service to speak to an advisor.
Barclays life skills can help students with advice, guidance and how to write a CV and parents can find out information on how to help their child.
Parent/Carer Guide: helping your child being their career journey
Below is a list of local further education providers and a link to their website:
Loreto College https://www.loreto.ac.uk/
Manchester College https://www.tmc.ac.uk/
Salford City College https://www.salfordcc.ac.uk/
Stockport College https://stockport.ac.uk/
Trafford College https://trafford.ac.uk/
Xaverian College https://www.xaverian.ac.uk/
Resources for Staff
M-Care NHS virtual reality app and videosArts & creative career videos from MADEBM7 videos highlighting the choices around FE, apprenticeships, and uniCareers in film and TV report Did you know 25 new film studios will open across the UK in the next 5 years, with 20,000 new jobs in film and TV over the next 3?Employability Skills Toolkit from PwC Free lesson plans to support learners in developing key skillsForage free platform offering virtual workplace experiencesiCould employee profilesIf Chloe Can online career workshops and resources for girls in Yr8 & Yr9My Path videos showcasing different job rolesPrince's Trust courses and resources to support 11 to 19 year-oldsSkills And Careers Courses from Youth Employment UKTalking Futures resources to help get parents and carers more involvedThe Future Jobs Kit downloadable cards about emerging jobsThe WOW factor a scheme of work around the World of WorkTraineeships leaflet more information about this post-16 optionWork experience checklist, preparation / reflection resources and career exploration activities from Cascaid