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FREE – Work experience in Health and Social CareFREEFREE
This virtual work experience pack is aimed at supporting students who aspire towards a career in the Health and Social Care sector. Featuring a week-long programme of activities and pre-recorded video messages from Future First alumni sharing top tips on pursuing careers in Medicine, Nursing, Social Work and Healthcare services. Students will develop insight into a range of opportunities related to Health and Social Care, learn from the career journeys of professionals who have achieved success in this field, and practice key employability skills to help them to achieve their goals.
FREE – SEND: Ready for Work PackFREE
FREE – Employability Skills: AnalyticalFREEFREE
Helps students develop analytical skills through hearing how these skills have helped alumni in the workplace, and has activities to allow students to strengthen their own ability to analyse effectively.
FREE – Employability Skills: CreativityFREEFREE
Why is creativity important in the world of work? Features tips of how students can be creative in different ways at home, and also includes examples from alumni of what creativity can look like in different jobs.
FREE – Employability Skills: EntrepreneurialFREEFREE
Explains how entrepreneurial skills aren’t just for Dragon’s Den contestants, but important for anyone in the world of work, and gives students the opportunity to build these skills by designing and pitching their own eco-friendly household product.
FREE – Work experience in the third sectorFREEFREE
A virtual work experience week to give an insight into working at a charity like Future First. On each day, students ‘meet’ a team member and complete a task. Activities will help students build on the skills and experience they’d need for many careers, not just the charity sector.
FREE – Work experience profilesFREEFREE
We have collaborated with alumni across our network to gather advice and guidance on how students can gain some crucial work experience whilst staying at home. This template can also be utilised for requesting similar assistance from your own networks.
FREE – Remote Learning: Support networks and empathyFREEFREE
Helps students to learn about the importance of empathy, who is in their support network, and how to ensure they are listening ‘actively’ when supporting others.
FREE – Remote Learning: Balancing your pressures with happy spacesFREEFREE
Helps students understand how supporting their wellbeing can enable them to cope with their school work and other pressures more effectively.