This popup #NCW2019 site holds quick links to all the resources you need to get started with your Careers Week planning & activities.
Planning, Publicity & Printables
Everything you need to help promote #NCW2019 in your school or workplace. We have created a wide range of graphics you can use across all your Social Media platforms provided you follow the guidance in our information pack.
The Skills Suitcase is a great individual or paired activity to help students recognise key skills they may not realise the importance of. Can be used in conjunction with the Student Profile. Quick to prepare for and easy to deliver to groups of all sizes.
Careers Cafes are an opportunity for young people to speak to adults who are not teachers, who work in local companies. This is a great way to help give young people an insight into working life and different careers in your local area. Use this handy set of resources to help get your Careers Café project started.
Our sponsors have created for us some great crosswords with loads of keywords relating to their industry sector to share with pupils. Clues are provided to make it a real learning experience and each is provided with or without a word bank to support younger students.
The Employability Skills Challenge encapsulates two time-tested team activities with a key focus on employability skills. It can be delivered to any size of group, with teams of up to six students. Everything you need besides a little stationery is included in this download.
This is your big chance for your students to get involved in National Careers Week and work together to create something special. The Job Journey App Challenge, designed for students in Key Stage 2-4, allows groups of students to exhibit their creativity and design skills with the chance to win some great prizes for your school/college.
Closing Date: 15 March 2019
Details on how to submit your entries will appear in the next few days.
Help engage your students with key employability messages regarding the importance of punctuality, attendance, behaviour and target setting. This booklet is ideal to use during tutor time over the course of the year to ensure students focus on forming good habits that will serve them well in the future.
Booklets & Guides
Have a look at our brand new NCW 2019 pre-mag. It's interactive and everything so click away. Advance warning, it is about 20 MB so might take a minute to download.
The Governors of any school, college or academy are legally responsible for, amongst many other things, ensuring that the organisation carries out its duties with regard to delivering Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) to all pupils from the age of 11-19. Find out more about your role here.
Last year our guide to successful careers education in schools was hugely popular, having been downloaded almost 2000 times. However, big changes have come since in the form of the Gatsby Benchmarks, and we are proud to publish our 2018 edition, fully updated and revised in light of the changes.
Our pre-event booklet showcases lots of interesting ways to get involved with National Careers Week. Although NCW 2018 is over, it is still a great way of finding out ways you can get involved for next year. Click on the image to download a copy.