Support for education to meet the Gatsby Benchmarks
Are you an educational establishment looking for support with meeting the Gatsby Benchmarks?
Are you a school looking for information?
We can provide you with resources to help inspire and prepare students for the fast changing world of work?
This section is full of useful links and information that can support your school in providing every student with the skills needed to reach their full potential in their future career.
Watch our video
This video was part of the Worcestershire LEP's Virtual Conference special on skills and employment.
This short piece with Judy Chadwick, Director of Skills at the WLEP and Luke Payton, Headteacher at St Bede's Middle School talk about the work the careers hub has achieved and what this means for young people and businesses.
Gatsby Benchmark resources for schools
We have produced a range of useful resources for each of the Gatsby Benchmarks for you to download and use.
General resources for schools
We have a whole range of resources and qualifications to support you on your future career, including Passport to Hospitality and Passport to Retail.
Provider Access Legislation (PAL)
Information and guidance for schools and training providers about the Provider Access Legislation (PAL).
Careers and Enterprise Company Initiative
Helping to link schools and colleges to employers and to transform the provision of careers education and advice for young people.
Worcestershire's Cornerstone Employers
Worcestershire's Cornerstone Employers are local employers supporting educational establishments in a variety of different ways.
Worcestershire Careers Hub
Ensuring that all the Gatsby Benchmarks are delivered in each school and college within the Hub and that careers outcomes are improved for all young people.
Worcestershire Apprenticeship Hub school offer
Worcestershire Apprenticeship Hub school offer has seven fully funded activities for schools to engage with.
Supporting Worcestershire’s young people to increase self-belief, positivity, dreams and resilience.
Skills for Success
Worcestershire County Council in partnership with Solihull Hub, are working together to provide careers support to young people aged 15 to 24 years who are currently or are at risk of becoming NEET (not in Employment, Education or Training).
Career guidance and support for those with Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and those with an education and health care plan (EHCP).