Back in 2016, All About STEM supported Unilever in developing a programme of activities that would facilitate the company’s social mission agenda, harness and develop the skills of Unilever and provide positive, inspirational and informative experiences for teachers and students. The two-fold Bright Future programme was created with the aim of raising interest and aspiration in STEM careers.
Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge for Schools Project (ASK)
Did you know that Apprenticeship participation now stands at a record high level?
Did you know that you can achieve a degree through an apprenticeship?
Did you know that there can be up to 23000 apprenticeship positions available across England at any one time?
If you didn’t know the above, you are not alone and All About STEM is working in Cheshire, Warrington, Knowsley & Wirral to help make sure that schools, colleges and their students are fully informed about the brilliant opportunities that apprenticeships offer.
In March 2017 All about STEM started to deliver the (ASK) Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools project (commissioned by the National Apprenticeship Service).
The project works with school and colleges to ensure they are getting the support they need to fully promote apprenticeship by ensuring they are provided with up to date information and guidance about apprenticeships.
To find out how your school can benefit from the free support available from the project, contact Dave Armson ([email protected]).
Careers and Enterprise Company’s Enterprise Adviser Network
All About STEM is partnering with the Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership, Career Connect, Sefton EBP, St Helens Chamber and Wirral Chamber to deliver the Careers and Enterprise Company’s Enterprise Adviser Network across the Liverpool City Region.
The Enterprise Adviser Network is a national network that looks to connect schools and colleges with employers and careers program providers, to create meaningful encounters for pupils with the world of work.
Through the work of the Network, senior leadership teams in schools are linking with local business leaders to develop effective careers and enterprise plans that connect with local and national employers to offer more work encounters for students.
The program benefits businesses by enabling them to develop the future talent pool, provide staff development, network with other committed organisations and increase their own outreach and engagement, widening their access to a diverse range of young talent.
There are still some places available for additional interested schools to join the network. Equally, we are always on the lookout for business leaders from the local business community, who could join us as Enterprise Advisers, building relationships with school leadership teams, in inspiring the next workforce generation to look to the career opportunities in the Liverpool City Region.