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Schools that deliver high-quality careers education give students the help they need and provide them with a sense of direction for their future; but keeping up to date
with knowledge and understanding of the full range of options available is a huge task.
eCLIPS is a gold-standard resource that is very simple to use, with unlimited access at school and home.
It’s a high-quality, best practice and comprehensive careers solution that not only informs but also inspires, stimulating fresh thinking and unlocking new interests.
Students can search for a job using a simple A-Z screen which links to a plethora of job and career ideas which they can then explore further.
Each job is described impartially and in detail; the information includes qualifications and training, career paths, what it takes to perform in the role professionally, opportunities, getting in, and pay and prospects.
Each job page also contains additional information such as labour market data and statistics, so students can see at a glance in graphical form where a career stands in terms of its salary, gender split, employment status, predicted future employment and most importantly, desirable skills.
There are also actual live sample vacancies for students to click into and read more about.
Also in the A-Z students will find essential information and guidance about making job applications.
Further information points students towards specific web links that connect to a range of organisations for more research, including training providers and employers.
Related leaflets are also available that can offer additional guidance and support, and a neat summary leaflet is accessible for a career overview. All the above information can be saved, shared and printed off.
Jobs can also be searched by group, school subject – or, for those undecided about which way to go, by using a rather clever Careers Wizard tool which considers jobs related to qualifications, interests and preferences.
All the different education pathways students can take can be mind-blowing, but the eCLIPS service provides a highly accessible section with a guide to qualifications, GCSEs, Further Education and post 18 – and even includes wellbeing advice, too.
Ultimately, eCLIPS helps students take greater control of their future career paths, feeding directly into their decision making so they are empowered to make positive, life-changing choices based on facts not fiction.
Fore more information head toeclips-online.co.uk.
You want a pragmatic and inspirational resource that will help your school to meet the Gatsby benchmarks by the end of 2020.
Reviewed by John Dabell
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