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Career Management for One-year Post-16 Courses

Price: £25.00
Age Range: KS4+

Focusing on future career options, students develop relevant skills and learn to assess their own strengths and weaknesses. The course can be certificated within an existing GNVQ framework.

Topics include: Self-assessment; Action planning; Presenting information; Information sources; Potential barriers; Progression and destination routes; Recruitment.

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Size: 67 Pages
ISBN: 987 1 86025 260 0
Author(s): Lyn Thorogood
Code: CMOY
Popularity rank: 375

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Contents List

LESSONS

  • 5 GENERAL GUIDELINES
  • 7 SKILLS AND QUALITIES
  • 9 LIFESTYLES
  • 11 LEARNING STYLES
  • 13. BEATING THE BARRIER
  • 15 ACTION PLAN 1
  • 17 ACTION PLAN 2
  • 19 PRESENTING PERSONAL INFORMATION
  • 21 MAKING AN IMPACT
  • 23 APPLYING BY LETTER OR FORM
  • 25 APPLYING BY PHONE
  • 27 USING YOUR PROGRESS FILE
  • 29 FINDING OUT MORE
  • 31 THE CAREERS OFFICE
  • 33 TALKING TO FRIENDS
  • 35 WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
  • 37 TRENDS IN EMPLOYMENT
  • 39 SKILLS FOR FREE
  • 41 SELF-EMPLOYMENT
  • 43 NEW TECHNOLOGY
  • 45 WHAT'S HAPPENING TO WORK?
  • 47 WAYS FORWARD
  • 49 THE GNVQ ROUTE
  • 51 STRAIGHT INTO WORK
  • 53 IT'S YOUR CHOICE!
  • 55 WORK-BASED TRAINING
  • 57 EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
  • 59 INTERVIEW TECHNIQUE
  • 61 THE RIGHT IMAGE
  • 63 TURNING BACK THE CLOCK
  • 65 PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
  • 66 EXTRA SHEETS FOR PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

Reviews

04/01/05

Rose Cantwell at Careers Guidance Today

These two books live up to the publisher's declared aim of making "the best teaching ideas available to every teacher in the most practical way", and are an excellent contribution to post-16 careers resources.
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04/01/05

Rose Cantwell at Careers Guidance Today

It is great to have materials so up to date that projections for employment in various industries go to 2006.
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