Every young person needs high-quality careers guidance to make informed decisions about their future and this is never more important for them as it is today. Careers education, information, advice and guidance are more than just choosing a job - it is a lifelong process that is influenced by a person's interests, abilities and passion.
At Tranby, we recognise how important it is for pupils to understand and appreciate the options available to them and have the confidence and ability to pursue their own realistic pathways. By helping individuals to recognise their strengths and aptitudes, students are empowered to make their own well-informed decisions with support from the school and their parents/carers.
Jo Harding is our Careers Coordinator who provides careers assistance and is integral in students' growth process. Jo conducts research about potential job opportunities and conveys the information to the students. She also helps the students and employers develop a friendly bond by creating a warm and positive environment. Part of this is through regular careers breakfast meetings held in School for students in Year 7-13. Details will be emailed to parents and on the weekly newsletter.
Our Careers Programme
Our careers education programme is delivered to all students and is continuously being developed in line with the Gatsby Benchmarks.
Accessing Careers Information
In order to make well informed, realistic decisions about their education, training and careers, students require up-to-date and impartial careers information. In school, students are encouraged to use a variety of labour market information sources which are included below:
Labour Market Information (LMI) is a key element of careers education, information and guidance. LMI helps you to understand:
• Where the jobs are locally
• Which jobs are increasing and which are declining
• Which skills will be needed in the future
This information can help you in making decisions about your future learning choices and in choosing a career. Start thinking about your future by visiting: LMI Humber and Skills East Riding
For the latest LMI Newsletter specific to our region click HERE
Information for Parents and Carers
Parents and carers might also wish to access this information to help support their children in making informed decisions.
Issue 1 - January 2022
Issue 2 - February / March 2022
Issue 3 - April / May 2022
Issue 4 - June/July 2022