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Post 16 options 2014- 2015 Continue with your education at college or sixth form Start an Apprenticeship Get a job or volunteer, with training Year 11.

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1 Post 16 options Continue with your education at college or sixth form Start an Apprenticeship Get a job or volunteer, with training Year 11

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4 C OURSES AND Q UALIFICATIONS Level 32 1 General mostly examinations A/AS-level IB GCSE A*-C GCSE D-G Vocational ( applied general ) mostly coursework BTEC/OCR (Cambridge Technicals) Level 3 BTEC/OCR (Cambridge Technicals) Level 2 BTEC/OCR Level 1 Vocational (technical) coursework based (NVQ)/C&G L3 Advanced Apprenticeship (NVQ)/C&G L2 Intermediate Apprenticeship (NVQ)/C&G L1 Traineeship and Pre-employment schemes

5 V OCATIONAL ( TECHNICAL ) ROUTES : C ONSTRUCTION Level 1 Electrical Installations Plumbing & Heating Brickwork Carpentry and Joinery Painting and Decorating Plastering Enter Level 2 Electrical Installations Plumbing Bricklaying Bench Joinery Painting and Decorating Site Carpentry Plastering Construction Maintenance operations Level 3 Bricklaying Site Carpentry Plumbing and Heating Electrical Installations Work/ApprenticeshipHigher education Level 1 Construction (general) Enter

6 V OCATIONAL ( TECHNICAL ) ROUTES : H AIR Level 1 Hairdressing Range of GCSEs, and demonstrate motivation and personal qualities required to work in the industry Level 2 Hairdressing With the correct skills set from other L1 or L2 Hair qualification studied at school it may be possible to enter an intensive L2 Hairdressing course Level 3 Hairdressing Entry Hairdressing or Beauty Therapy Range of GCSEs, and demonstrate an interest in the subject Work/Apprenticeship Higher education

7 ALL YOUNG PEOPLE WILL BE REQUIRED TO STAY IN EDUCATION OR TRAINING UNTIL THEIR 18 TH BIRTHDAY. A young person may continue in full-time education follow a full-time work-based learning route, e.g. an apprenticeship undertake part-time education or training for about one day a week if they work they are self-employed they volunteer for at least 20 hours per week. Local Apprenticeship employers and students

8 Work / Volunteer 20 hours or more per week Can be self employed Training Recognised (awarded by exam board or such like) 1 day a week (280 hours per year)

9 Finding a job with training or voluntary work with training School contact Ask your school Look online: Company sites Job Centre Plus Youthoria National Apprenticeship Service (apprenticeships and traineeships) Social networking sites Private employment agencies Family and Friends National and local newspapers Approach employers directly

10 Y OUTHORIA FOR JOBS

11 N ATIONAL A PPRENTICESHIP S ERVICE

12 To find out more and download slides go to: Cambridge Area Partnership website and click on Jobs with training


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