Aimed at years 10 and 11, these sessions focus on careers, entry and study routes in specific subject areas. Conferences include parallel sessions for teachers and careers advisers on career opportunities and progression into and within subject sectors.
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Designed to help learners decide if the subject area is one they wish to continue into FE and HE level, a subject conference unpacks the variety of courses and career progression routes available. Learners will examine the achievements needed for GCSE
entry and the Level 3 requirements for getting into university while teachers and careers advisers have the opportunity to attend a session tailored for them.
This event will feature the following subject areas: Police, Psychology, Criminology and Sociology.
Students should come along to learn about the exciting opportunities that are available in the social sciences whilst also getting to witness the practical side of the courses along with the chance to experience the lectures that also come with these courses. Teachers and Careers Advisors should come along to find out more about careers in these areas so they can accurately advise students interested in studying these.
As part of this event, lunch is included free of charge for all in attendance. In some instances we may be able to contribute towards travel costs but please contact us to check if this is applicable.
Spaces are limited, so you should book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions about this event.
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 4 (Students aged 14-16)
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