Careers

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Bexhill Academy is committed to preparing students for the world of work and supporting them to make informed decisions about their future options.  We have an established careers programme.  

For Parent/Carers Information about Year 10 Work Experience and Careers please see: http://www.bexhillacademy.org/about/careers-information-for-parents2fcarers


College Virtual Events and Information 2020-2021

It is envisaged that Open Events will be virtual this academic year due to the situation regarding COVID-19.

Please check this page for updates and for links to the events.

Thank you




careerseastsussex.co.uk - Applying to College for Year 11

Students can access: https://careerseastsussex.co.uk - they will need to check their school email, for their username and password before using the application system.

Any queries please see Mr Eldridge

1-2-1 Careers Guidance Interviews

All Year 11 students are offered a 1-2-1 Careers Guidance Interview with a qualified, professional adviser from My Future Starts Here.  Students will receive an Action Plans as a record of their discussion and many with useful website links so they can access further information.  The interviews will be planned during November 2020.

My Future Starts Here are an independent matrix- accredited careers company. Their guidance advisers are qualified to Level 6 and above as required by the Careers Strategy.  They have been working across East Sussex since 2011 when My Future Starts Here was founded. Clients now extend as far as Brighton and into West Sussex. 

Students can also request a 1:1 careers discussion with our Careers Advisor, Miss Tracey J Holden.  Please email careers@bexhillacademy.org for an appointment.



LMI for all

Labour Market Information (or LMI) can be a confusing concept to begin with but in truth, it’s much simpler than you might think.

LMI can help visual what the job market is like in a particular area of the country, or in a particular industry. It can outline how many people in a given area work within a particular industry (such as manufacturing, or health and social care) and which industries are set to grow in the next few years. This can be very useful when looking at changing careers, or planning future career ideas as it helps identify the likelihood of finding local opportunities in the future.

It can also show the average wages for a location or industry and average working hours to help you make well informed future decisions.

The expert advisers at the National Careers Service can help you understand the LMI in your area for free– call anytime between 8am and 10pm everyday on 0800 100 900 for free, impartial advice.


Be Ready

Our new careers on-line platform preparing you for the next steps in life

2020 - PSHE and Careers Newsletters and Activities

2020 - May - Careers Support and Activities to do at home

Helpful updates from our East Sussex Careers Hub during lockdown 

Exploring Career Ideas

It is never too early to start thinking about what you might like to do and there are lots of great websites that offer you the opportunity to explore any ideas you may have. 

It is quite normal for ideas to change over time but the more ideas you have, explore and consider, the better informed you will be - helping you to make good decisions about which pathway to follow. 

Useful Advice & Links

We have done the research so you don't have to - below are some VERY useful documents all designed to help you get where you need to go

Produced after National Careers Week, our 12 page "A Guide For Parents: Steering your Teenager toward a Job and Career" is available free for parents and schools/colleges. It helps parents to get their teenagers engaged with careers information and services available to them and with building employability, application and interview skills.

Scholarships

What Next Sussex

WHAT NEXT SUSSEX EVENT -Wednesday 4 November 2020 - 6-7.30pm

Providing our young people with the knowledge and skills to make informed choices about their futures

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