SDS Additional support needs in work here or www.myworldofwork.co.uk/additional-support-needs-work-0
National Autistic Society here or www.autism.org.uk/
Scottish Autisim here or www.scottishautism.org
Podcast of Sammi Kinghorn
Former North Berwick High student will be hosting this event:
The Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell has had a rollercoaster career in politics. For twelve years, he was Scotland’s only Conservative MP. The Scottish Secretary is in Westminster trying to guide the country through an at times mind-boggling Brexit process. He joins the Spectator’s Katy Balls (North Berwick High Alumni) for a lively conversation looking back at his career highs and lows and what the future has in store for Scotland at a time of seismic change.
More details here
Giving your child careers advice
How do you speak to and advise your children about careers? Do you have the right support and information to speak to your children about their future career path? Please take five minutes to take part in this survey, to help Skills Development Scotland give parents the right support.
In this survey we would like to find out how aware you are of careers information, how you advise your child/children that you care for around careers and what support and information would help you do this effectively.
More information on this and the BDA here
The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) is a national charity and our vision is that of a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential.
The BDA’s National Helpline is:
0845 251 9002
The following information/newsletters/resources/presentations cover all the areas of the S6 talk delivered on 20 August 2010.
If you or your parents/guardians would like to discuss these further please contact me at the addresses given on the newsletter.
S6 Deadlines most of the websites you need are listed here
S6 Planning Newsletter 2010 sites listed on this leaflet as well
UCAS Scottish Guide
Open Days in Scotland
Gap Year websites
Degree course planner Degree Course Planner
What can you do with your degree? Try Prospects
Welcome from Mick Burns and Alison McGeechan, Careers Advisers.
Some of the reasons why you are important in career planning!
First up, can you please complete the following survey
Tonight we are going to show some websites that you can use to help students with some aspects of their career planning. We do not have enough time to show you all of them, so we have attached a series of short videos that you can use to help you in the future. As you can see the blog allows you look at information, see what’s happening, view various careers presentations and ask questions. You can always reach us by email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or by phone at our office in Musselburgh, 0131 665 3120.
Main Careers Scotland website here
Careers Scotland Parents Page here
Try a 3rd year game here! to reinforce the importance of positive actions and saving the world!
This is an actual S5 careers lesson the sites and action plan are more important than the Incas.
Find out your personality/animal type here!
New Opportunities for Women in East Lothian
FREE TRAINING COURSE STARTING JANUARY 2010
3 mornings a week for 12 weeks
Offering women the opportunity to explore options in training,
further study and career choices
17 September 2009, 3pm – 7pm:
North Berwick Community Centre
More information at