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1 1 KS4 – Making choices for Post 16 Decision time again! School 6th form Training / work College of Further Education

2 2 5 Steps to a decision Step 5 lesson starter Step 4 Step 3 Step 2 Step 1 Place the comments on the correct step above Write down the main options Decide and have a back-up option Think about the “for and against” of each option Find out as much as possible about each option Put options in rank order

3 3 Answers to 5 Steps to a decision Step 1 – Write down the main options Step 4- Put the options in order Step 5 – Decide and have a back up option Step 3- Think about the “for and against” of each option Step 2 – Find out as much as possible about each option

4 4 What are the options? Use to find out the options available.www.careerswales.com Options will depend on the institutions and Networks in local areas Staying in education at the 6 th form in your school going to a 6 th form at another school going to a 6 th form College Going to work apply to a training provider apply for an Apprenticeship apply for a job without training Going to a College of Further Education

5 5 What should Ilan do? Ilan wants to be a carpenter. For work experience, Ilan worked with a large construction company and got a good report. Ilan is working hard at school and is aiming to get 4/5 GCSEs grades A-C including English & Maths. What are Ilan’s options? a) Apply for a carpentry apprenticeship b) Apply to college/ sixth form to do AS levels c) Apply to college to do a Carpentry course LMI fact - Starting salaries are between £13,500 and £16,000. Qualified joiners can earn between £17,000 and £23,000 a year

6 6 What should Alex do? Alex is keen to be a physiotherapist due to a love of all sports and enjoys the week spent gaining work experience as a leisure assistant. Alex is not enjoying school and isn’t considering University. Alex expects to get grades D/E at GCSE. What are Alex’s options? a) Apply for an apprenticeship as a physiotherapist b) Speak to a careers adviser about career ideas c) Apply for college/ sixth form to do a BTEC National in Sport LMI fact – Extremely competitive for university places. Number of jobs limited

7 7 What should Robin do? Robin would like to be a Police Officer, a role where helping people and doing different things every day occurs. Robin is expected to achieve 4 Cs at GCSEs What are Robin’s options? a)Apply to college to do a vocational or public services course b) Apply to sixth form/ college to do AS levels c)Apply to do an emergency services related apprenticeship LMI fact - To be a policeman you must be a British citizen, a citizen of the Commonwealth, EU or other EEA country, or a foreign national with indefinite leave to remain in the UK

8 8 Your choices – I can get there easily I can get a qualification I’m good at it There are few exams It will lead to university the most important factors I will have a fresh start I will be able to work It’s very practical I’ll get support I will have some free time It will qualify me for a job I will be a new challenge So next year, I should……………………………….

9 9 Your choices – I can get there easily I can get a qualification I’m good at it There are few exams It will lead to university the most important factors I will have a fresh start I will be able to work It’s very practical I’ll get support I will have some free time It will qualify me for a job I will be a new challenge So next year, I should……………………………….

10 10 Your choices – I can get there easily I can get a qualification I’m good at it There are few exams It will lead to university the most important factors I will have a fresh start I will be able to work It’s very practical I’ll get support I will have some free time It will qualify me for a job I will be a new challenge So next year, I should……………………………….

11 11 Your choices – I can get there easily I can get a qualification I’m good at it There are few exams It will lead to university the most important factors I will have a fresh start I will be able to work It’s very practical I’ll get support I will have some free time It will qualify me for a job I will be a new challenge So next year, I should……………………………….

12 12 Your choices – I can get there easily I can get a qualification I’m good at it There are few exams It will lead to university the most important factors I will have a fresh start I will be able to work It’s very practical I’ll get support I will have some free time It will qualify me for a job I will be a new challenge So next year, I should……………………………….

13 13 Checking your knowledge Name 2 pros and cons for getting a full time job after Yr 11 Give 3 advantages of doing A levels Name 3 skills you need to be self employed What is an AS and an A2? 2 What is an apprenticeship? Why is it important to have work experience? What information do you put on a CV? Name 3 ways or types of accessing support? 3 Give 3 tips about filling in an application form Name 1 job you would like to do and why? What is an NVQ? Give an example Give 4 tips for a good interview 4 Name 2 Colleges of Further Education What can you do if you need to improve English and Maths after Yr 11? What are the top 3 things you can do next in planning for next year? What is an EMA?


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