Today we are going to cover:
What destinations students from North Berwick High follow.
Why Career Management Skills are important.
What type of animal are you!
How you engage in the career planning process.
First up – the leaver destinations.
Now for the serious bit.
Here’s what happened to the NBHS school leavers 2015/16
We looked at how many North Berwick High students progressed on to various post-school options.
Career Management Skills
Next task is to complete the Buzz Personality test and you will be asked for your animal later, so make a note of it now. Make sure you look at the strengths, learning style and what you are like in a positive direction, parts of the printout you will be given at the talk.
SDS Buzz Groupwork
Anyone interested in studying Law, Medicine or Vet Medicine should visit Pathways to the Professions here
Make sure you are registered at My World of Work here
Bryan Leslie is a business coach and trainer, specialising in helping people get massively improved results both personally and professionally. He runs his own training and coaching business, and speaks to audiences across the UK about motivation, leadership and what he terms “ the pursuit of happiness”. Today he is going to cover the “Mindset of Champions”, a fun and engaging summary of the strategies and tactics that successful people in business, sport and life use to achieve their success.
Opening music here
Good morning S6!
Welcome to S6 at North Berwick High.
This talk is about:
What’s important for S6.
What’s important when thinking about your future.
Getting ready for S6.
What you need to do and when you need to do it.
What resources are there to help you.
The countdown clock below is the time left for most ucas applications to be made, 15 January 2018 but really applies to everyone in S6 no matter options they are considering.
In their 2016 report ‘The Future of Jobs’, the World Economic Forum highlighted anticipated changes in employability skills and suggested that by 2020 over one third of the skills considered important in today’s workforce will have changed. Notably, creativity will have become one of the top three skills needed to deal with the avalanche of new products, new technologies and new ways of working.
The guide explores what these skills are, their importance to young people and how parents and carers can help their children develop these essential skills for life and work. It illustrates the ways in which creativity enhances enterprise and employability skills and how creativity can support the development of personal attributes or characteristics. It includes information about the importance of creativity for learning, life and work and provides examples of young people gaining creativity, enterprise and employability skills and inspiring answers to the question: ‘what is creativity?