Category Archives: Further Education

S3 Careers Talk June 2021

Mick Burns and Wendy Malcolm
Careers Advisers
North Berwick High School

Welcome to your S3 Careers Talk.
This presentation will include:
An introduction to your Careers Advisers​
Learn about Career Management Skills​
Find out about My World of Work​
How to find out about Skills and Strengths needed for different careers​
Think about Subject Choice

Here is one way to find your dream career!
Career generator by initial final June 2021

Main presentation
S3 careers talk ppt 2021

S3 Careers Newsletter – please download and save
S3 Newsletter June 2021 NBHS

Scottish Seabird Centre-Marine Careers

SSC – Marine Careers
Ever wondered what sort of jobs there are that involve working with the ocean?
The good news is there is a huge variety of work out there for all types of people from all sorts of different backgrounds.
Take a look inside for information and advice from variety of experts in the field of marine science and technology.
SSC Dive In! – Marine Careers

Future Asset Careers Insight Videos

Careers in Investment presentations from
Real People in Investment · What is investment and why is it so important?
Real People in Investment · What do people who work in investment do?
Real People in Investment · Getting into the investment industry


Scottish Apprenticeship Week – Friday Event

In this panel discussion, we’re looking at the critical area of tackling the workforce gender gap. The issue of gender inequality across many sectors, particularly STEM, is well known. In this webinar we’ll look at how employers can tackle this issue, and how it is now even more important than ever. On our panel we’re delighted to welcome: • Lesley Laird, Director at EQUATE Scotland • Marguerite Adam, Equality Executive at Skills Development Scotland • Sara Dodd, Digital Business Strategist at Heriot-Watt (formerly Director at CodeClan) Hosted by Lynne Somerville, Business Relationship Manager at Heriot-Watt Graduate Apprenticeships. In our discussion we’ll look at: • An overview on the challenges facing current gender landscape in Scotland • What positive action employers can take to create a more gender balanced and diverse workforce • Sharing some real employer examples of how they tackled the gender imbalance in their workplace • What employers should consider when tackling the gender imbalance and how Graduate Apprenticeships can help with upskilling/reskilling and bridging of skills gaps Other panel members include: Sam Rhynas from Girl Geek Scotland and Emily Mason from WATT Women in STEM.

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