Welcome to the Careers page
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Events: Autumn 2020
|Wednesday 11/11/2020||Year 11||New College Pontefract|
|Wednesday 18/11/2020||Year 11||York College|
|Wednesday 25/11/2020||Year 11||Fulford 6th Form|
|Wednesday 2/12/2020||Year 11||Askham Bryan|
|Wednesday 9/12/2020||Year 11||Bishop Burton|
|Wednesday 13/01/2021||Year 11||Selby College Apprenticeships|
|Wednesday 20/01/2021||Year 11||University of Law|
|Wednesday 10/02/2021||Year 11||Askham Bryan Sports studies|
|Wednesday 10/03/2021||Year 11||Pocklington School|
|Wednesday 24/03/2021||Year 11||Royal Marines|
|Wednesday 14/04/2021||Year 11||Army|
Access Creative College: Book onto a virtual meet & greet, open day or taster day
We are now preparing for the opening of our applications for our Apprentice intake for September 2021. Our applications open Monday 5th October.
Application Process, how to apply:
- Online Application Form - Applicants require at least 4 GCSEs at grades 5-9 (previous grades of A*-C) including Maths, English and Science. Visit www.heta.co.uk to apply.
- Engineering Assessment* – Applicants will complete an Engineering Assessment to evaluate their engineering reasoning and problem solving.
- Open Evenings* - Learn more about the HETA Engineering Apprenticeship programme and the trades we offer. Book online- visit the open evenings page on our website.
- Formal Interview - A 1 to 1 interview with a Manager at HETA to discuss applicants train-ability and trade selection which includes a workshop tour of our high quality engineering workshops.
- Company Open Day - An opportunity for the applicants to find out more about the client companies looking to recruit an apprentice and register their interest in the vacancies available.
- Company / Traineeship Offers - Applicants will then be put forwarded for company interviews. Successful applicants will then be offered either a contract of employment or the offer to start a traineeship.
* Due to the current climate of COVID-19 we are hosting many stages of our application process online until further notice which includes our online engineering assessments and virtual open evenings. Please check our website for the latest information.
This year our Open Evenings are virtual will give attendees the chance to speak to HETA staff & Instructors about the HETA Engineering Apprenticeship programme and trades we offer.
Derwent Training Virtual Open Evening taking place on Thursday 26th November between 6pm and 7pm. All attendees interested will need to register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/virtual-apprenticeship-open-evening-tickets-126936018047.
The evening will either take place via Zoom or Google Teams but all registered attendees will receive an email with information before the event.
The session will allow attendees to learn about Engineering Apprenticeships; the different disciplines available and the opportunity to hear from apprentices about their own experience. There will then be presentations from member of staff with a Q&A session at the end.
If you cannot attend, sessions will be available on their website and YouTube after the event.
The Careers Team
Senior Leadership Lead
Mrs Joanne Carter-Mills
Director of Careers & Work Based Learning
Mr Simon Birkenshaw
Tel: 01757 244847 or 01757 703327
|Work Experience Administrator||Miss Jenny Morley|
|Independent Careers Adviser||Mrs Julie Fearn|
|PSHCEE co-ordinator||Mrs Hannah Harrison|
Careers Education at Selby High School
At Selby High School we provide students with a wide range of careers education opportunities from Year 7 right through to Year 11. Our Life Development curriculum has specific career based units of work, with identified learning objectives, outcomes and related activities. Alongside this students have a number of opportunities to experience work related activities both within the school environment and through external visits.
We employ an independent careers advisor who is based in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) and provides students with 1:1 careers support, advice, and guidance through an appointment system and drop in sessions.
Please find further information in our Provider Access Policy on how to come into school to talk to our students about your service.
New Careers Statutory Guidance
The DfE released a new statutory guidance document in January 2018, including a number of new requirements for school careers programmes, most of which are to be met by the end of 2020. Most of the requirements are already met at Selby High School, but we are working towards those that are not.
The most immediate requirement is for all schools to have a policy for 'Provider Access' that sets out the arrangements for managing the access of providers to students at the school for the purposes of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer. At Selby High School we have always encouraged this and, as a result, we work with a wide range of organisations already but we are always looking for opportunities to further broaden access to information, advice and guidance. We therefore welcome continued input from both existing and potential new partners alike. Please see our Provider Access Policy for further information.
Our current careers policy can be found under the 'Our School' tab of our website, and our current careers entitlement for our students appears below.
Your Careers Entitlement
As a Selby High School student, this is what you can expect your careers programme to look like, based around the government's Gatsby Benchmarks:
|The eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance||Careers at Selby High School will provide, as a minimum, the following opportunities to meet this benchmark:|
|1. A stable careers programme||
Your whole-school careers programme which:
Teachers - Spotlight on Careers
Employers - Provider Access Policy
Parents/Carers - Careers Newsletters
|2. Learning from career and labour market information||
|3. Addressing the needs of each pupil||
|4. Linking curriculum learning to careers||
|5. Encounters with employers and employees||
|6. Experiences of workplaces||
|7. Encounters with further and higher education||
|8. Personal guidance||
|Review Date||Autumn 2019|
|Careers: Useful Links||Labour Market Information|
|Do Your Research||Careers Advice for Parents|
|Careers Wales Subject Links||Careers Newsletter|
|Success at School's Subject Guides|