Webinars for schools and colleges
Free interactive webinars designed to offer information, advice and support to students, parents and teachers/advisers.
Explore your Future webinar series
The Explore your Future series will give you all the information, advice and help you need to plan and prepare for your next steps. Each week we’ll cover a different topic and you’re welcome to join us for as many sessions as you like. Our webinars last for 45 minutes, and include a short presentation and a live Q+A, making sure you have lots of time to ask questions if you want to.
All the webinars in this series are suitable for students in years 12 and 13, as well as parents/carers and teachers/advisers. It’s completely free to register. You just need to book your place using the appropriate link below.
Explore the skills you need to succeed
- Wednesday 27 January 2021
Being able to recognise your skills and talk confidently about them will enable you to successfully apply to jobs, apprenticeships and university courses. This webinar will offer useful advice to help you to do this effectively, whilst also highlighting activities and opportunities to develop your own skill set.
Explore your options at 18
- Wednesday 3 February 2021
This webinar will give you an up-to-date overview of the all the different post-18 options available, including higher education, apprenticeships, employment and gap years. We will answer the common questions many students have and give you the facts to help you decide on your chosen pathway.
Explore how to find work experience during a pandemic
- Wednesday 10 February 2021
Although work experience has become harder to find since the coronavirus pandemic, there are definitely still opportunities available. This webinar will highlight a range of different ideas that you can explore to help you gain that all-important insight into the world of work.
Explore where higher education could take you
- Wednesday 17 February 2021
This webinar will explain how studying in higher education can increase your employment prospects and offer many benefits personally. We will also look at the common concerns expressed by students when weighing up this option; helping you make a decision that’s right for you.