As an education provider you may be interested in the information, advice and guidance we provide to our students within both further and higher education. We have a Post 16 Careers Fair every year in which we invite all local education providers to come in, host a stall and chat to our students and their parents/carers in Years 10 and 11. There are also opportunities throughout our ECM days, ECM Time and Assemblies in which we welcome education providers to come in and either talk or present to our students or work with them in smaller groups.
Our Heads of Department are familiar with the importance of CEIAG and ensuring it is embedded within their subject area, therefore if you wish to work with any particular subject area, they would most certainly welcome further and higher education involvement to enhance the current provision.
In the summer term, in preparation for Taster Days, you are welcome to host an assembly, take tutorials and anything else that may help you encourage and advertise to our students what you have to offer them Post 16. The same applies to the Autumn term on the lead up to applications and interviews for Post 16 provision.
The website should provide you with an insight into the events and opportunities planned throughout the year for various year groups, however, if you wish to find out anything more or you would like to work in an identified subject area, please contact the designated CEIAG lead.
Miss McNeill – [email protected]
Miss Killigrew – [email protected]
Please click on the links below to find further information on Education Providers in the local area.
LIPA - http://www.lipa.ac.uk/
Priestly College - https://www.priestley.ac.uk/
Applications are now open for students to apply directly to the Lancaster Access Programme. This can be done and all information is available on the website on www.lancaster.ac.uk/lap (http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lap) .
This is a great programme to become involved with if interested in a medical career or work within the Health sector.