Amazing Apprenticeships have created a brand-new teaching resource for schools ‘The Apprenticeship A-Z of Men at Work’ to celebrate International Men’s Day.
Access HE has a range of short online courses that are perfect for trying a subject you might be interested in studying later down the line, or for developing an existing interest.
The Bulletin provides a monthly round-up of the latest news, events, and resources in higher education, and include occasional features on Widening Participation and student success.
If you teach maths at GCSE or above, then the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme has a range of resources available to support you and your students.
Advancing Access provides a variety of CPD resources, online events and offline conferences for teachers and advisers to help them support students’ progression to Russell Group universities.
Access a range of effective tools and resources to support you through transitions to ensure you remain Ahead of the Game during this crucial period.
Find our more about the allied health professions through this virtual work experience by Health Education England. You need to be between 14-18 and apply by 3rd February.
Amazing Apprenticeships have a great set of resources to help you find out more about apprenticeships.
Animal Academy is an online resource designed to provide exclusive help, advice and events about animal careers, going to university, and learning from RVC’s animal experts!
Our annual review outlines what we do, how we do it, and why we do it. In a challenging year for the education sector the North East Uni Connect Programme continued to support informed decision making across the region.
The Disabled Students’ Commission has new guidance available for disabled applicants considering higher or degree apprenticeships.
Find out how to become an apprentice, the opportunities that are available, which employers offer them, and information about starting an apprenticeship.
A range of offline and online resources for young people aged 11-19 that cover a wide variety of personal growth and development topics. There are also online lessons, as well as advice on how to deliver their sessions virtually.
Aimed at students currently in Year 12/first year college (or equivalent), you’ll spend four days/three nights with Newcastle University, staying in their accommodation and getting a taste of life as a university student.
• try out subjects you may want to study at university
• get a taste of life on campus
• chat to current undergraduates and hear about their experiences
• explore the friendly city
• meet student peers from all over the UK
Applications close on 12th March.