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  • Taking their Next Steps

    Taking their Next Steps

    38 sixth form students from Darrick Wood School came along to the Library in Bromley on Wednesday 28th November to meet representatives from local and national employer organisations.  The aim of the event was to help improve their employability skills and transition to the workplace as they had indicated to their school their intention not to go onto University once they finish their studies. Thanks to all our employers and business...
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  • Next Steps into Employment

    Next Steps into Employment

    Over 75 sixth form students from Chislehurst School for Girls and Langley Park School for Boys came along to the Central Library in Bromley last Friday to meet representatives from local and national employer organisations.  The aim of the event was to help improve their employability skills and transition to the workplace as they had indicated to their school their intention not to go onto University once they finish their studies. I...
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  • Employers support students with their Next Steps

    During the academic year 2018/19, Bromley EBP will continue to deliver a series of employability events for young people in partnership with our local and national employers.  Each event will be for students from local Bromley sixth forms, who have indicated they do not intend to go onto university when they finish their studies. The aim of each event is to expose young people to a range of employers who will be able to help them improve their employability skills and their transition to the workplace when they finish school next summer. Each event has a bespoke programme offering...
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  • Educational Visits Coordinator Training

    Bromley EBP provides the Educational Visits Service package for schools and educational establishments.  The service provides support, training and guidance for educational visits and access to EVOLVE which is an on-line system for the planning and management of sports fixtures and school trips. We recently held two training sessions for new educational visits coordinators and as a refresher for those already trained which were delivered by our external Outdoor Learning consultant, Clive Atkins.  The feedback from the 26 delegates was overwhelmingly positive and will help them ensure that this type of valuable activity to help young people’s development will continue to take place. Feedback comments included:...
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  • What's it like to work in Health & Social Care?

    What's it like to work in Health & Social Care?

    The health and social care sector is a major employer, with four million people working in the industry across the UK, including a high proportion of females and part-time workers. The childcare industry is facing a recruitment crisis with not enough child carers to fill the jobs. This, and the replacement demand of those retiring, combined with the sector’s social and economic importance, means there are great employment opportunities for young people in the sector. This one-day work related learning event delivered by Bromley EBP on 2nd October 2018 aimed to support 75 students undertaking a health and social care course at KS5. The programme included inter-active workshops delivered by a range of professionals...
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