Birmingham Enterprise Adviser Training
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Birmingham Enterprise Adviser Training

Training Programme for Enterprise Advisers in Birmingham
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Last updated 9/2017
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 36 mins on-demand video
  • 17 Articles
  • 11 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • This training will provide an insight into careers provision in the area, while you complete your DBS checks and initial school meetings
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Requirements
  • This course is specifically designed for prospective Enterprise Advisers in Birmingham
  • I am a prospective Enterprise Adviser
Description

A flexible, 24/7 training resource for the Birmingham Enterprise Adviser Network, as part of the UK-wide Careers & Enterprise Company initiative

To get here, you will already be a prospective Enterprise Adviser for Birmingham schools, and one of the Enterprise Coordinators may already have matched you.

Enterprise Advisers are our senior business volunteers. They work closely with a local school or college to develop a careers plan that puts opportunities with local employers at the heart of a young person’s education.

Being an Enterprise Adviser can be incredibly rewarding. It’s a great opportunity to:

  • use your experience and network to inspire young people and improve their chance of getting a job
  • address skills gaps in the local and national job market
  • deepen your connection to the local community
  • build your company’s reputation
  • develop your own interpersonal and strategy skills

In addition to this training, we will also hold workshops and face-to-face training. Please note, you will also need to complete a DBS check

During this online course, you will learn more about:

  • Research and evidence for careers interventions
  • the Careers & Enterprise Company
  • Benchmarking your school
  • Auditing your school
  • The role of teachers in careers guidance
  • Changes to GCSE grades in the UK
  • Record-keeping and communicating with your school
  • the local Landscape of careers and enterprise provision

At the end of this course, you will be more confident to start the strategic Adviser process with your school

Who is the target audience?
  • Prospective Enterprise Advisers in Birmingham
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Curriculum For This Course
36 Lectures
01:06:11
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Welcome
4 Lectures 05:47

Welcome to this course on becoming an Enterprise Adviser

Welcome
02:41

Introduction to Hilary Smyth Allan

Enterprise Coordinator - Hilary Smyth Allen
00:24

Introduction to Julie Stirrup

Enterprise Coordinator - Julie Stirrup
02:20

Introduction to Kathryn Lennon Johnson

Enterprise Coordinator - Kathryn Lennon Johnson
00:22
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An Introduction to Education and Careers
7 Lectures 15:40

What to expect in this module

Module 1 - Careers Guidance & Assessment in Schools
01:00

Introduction to careers support in education
01:04

The Gatsby Benchmarks pilot
03:59

The Enterprise Adviser Network
01:26

Hear from Enterprise Advisers, head teachers, businesses and Enterprise Coordinators from the Careers & Enterprise pilot in Northamptonshire

Careers & Enterprise in Northamptonshire
04:27

The Role of the Enterprise Adviser
02:21

Guiding Principles
01:22

Careers Guidance in Schools
4 questions
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Tracking Careers Advice
6 Lectures 11:36

What to expect in this module

Module 2 - Tracking and Auditing Careers Advice
01:00

Types of Schools
03:05

What are UTCs?
02:50

School Structures
01:02

Accountability & Performance Measures
02:06

Changes to GCSE Grades
01:33

Assessing Schools
3 questions
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Auditing Your School
9 Lectures 19:27

What to expect in this module

Module 3 - Auditing your School
01:00

Teachers' Roles in Careers Guidance
02:22

The Careers & Enterprise Audit
00:49

Careers Education, Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) in Schools
03:04

'What Works' in Careers Guidance
02:31

Post-16 Options for Students
05:16

The Benefits of Going to University
00:33

Apprenticeships
01:50

Traineeships
02:02

School Audit Tool
4 questions
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Starting the School Relationship
5 Lectures 05:36

What to expect in this module

Module 4 - Building the Relationship with your School
01:00

Start as You Mean to go on with Schools
01:09

Communicating With Schools
02:09

Record Keeping
00:39

Opportunities for your Employer
00:38

Enterprise Adviser Relationship
4 questions
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Populating Your Strategic Plan
5 Lectures 07:44

What to expect in this module

Module 5 - Populating the Strategic Careers Plan
01:10

Populating the Development Plan Tool
02:22

The Careers & Enterprise Fund
00:59

Providers and Industry Champions
00:42

A short video about the Careers & Enterprise investment fund

Careers & Enterprise Investment Funds
02:30

Provider & Industry Champion Landscape
4 questions

Based on what you know about your role as an Enterprise Adviser, the results of your school's careers audit, and the opportunities available for students, please take some time to consider the important conversations you want to have when you meet your school
Preparing for your first school meeting
10 questions
About the Instructor
Kathryn Lennon Johnson
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