CAREERS WALES BULLETINS
Click on the links below to see the most up to date opportunities and information about careers in 2020.
Creative Sector Opportunities
Diversity and inclusion in the film and TV industry: A live discussion and Q&A with support from Into Film. The film industry needs to be more inclusive. People from diverse backgrounds are under-represented across the sector. Join this live session to learn about how the panel members started working in film & TV. Learn about their current roles and responsibilities and get advice on working in the sector by joining a live Q&A.
Virtual tour of Bad Wolf film studios with careers information and a live Q&A broadcast by Screen Alliance Wales. Take a tour around the film studios where His Dark Materials and A Discovery of Witches are filmed. Learn about the variety of jobs available at the venue and join a live Q&A for an insight into the industry.
A live costume/set design workshop with discussions about careers in the sector and a live Q&A broadcast by The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. Interested in costume/set design and stage management? An opportun Creative Films Information regarding the Creative sector ity to learn about the process in a live workshop. Hear about careers and ask the experts your questions.
Freelancers Discussion on being Self Employed in the Creative Sector.
Join a live discussion and Question and Answer about being self-employed in the creative sector broadcast by The Arts Council of Wales. An opportunity to hear from self-employed people talking about how they got into the creative sector and the chance to ask questions during a live Question and Answer.
Year 9-13 Parents
It doesn’t matter what course you are doing. You need to know what options you have when you leave school.
Year 8 and 9 Pathways
Llyfryn Cynllunio ar gyfer y Dyfodol i Rieni 2020
Careers Wales are here to help you with access to information, advice and guidance that will help you to support them to consider all of the options available, so they can make informed choices about the career path that is right for them. This includes supporting them to:
- Choose the subjects they study;
- Understand more about continuing in education;
- Generate ideas about jobs;
- Understand more about apprenticeship opportunities;
- Find out more about the world of work.
Please see the booklet above which explains more about our services and how we deliver them. We would encourage you to read this and discuss this with your child.
Year 10 and 11 Pupils
Careers Wales can help you plan your career, prepare to get a job, find and apply for the right apprenticeships, courses and training. To learn more here about the options available to you at the end of Year 11 options click button below.
Year 12 and 13 Pupils
Careers Wales can help you plan your career, prepare to get a job, find and apply for the right apprenticeships, courses and training. To learn more here about your Post 17&18 options click button below.
NEW CAREERS WALES RESOURCES
Careers Wales has launched a series of new education resources. They are aimed to help you as a parent or guardian to help your child with their Pathways from home.
Employers and Career Advisers will deliver five webinars. The webinars will:
- Give you and your child an insight into careers in different sectors
- Provide information on how your child can achieve their career goals
- Include a lesson plan
UCAS LIVE Sessions:
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"It's been a tough few weeks for us all and at Careers Wales we've been working hard to make sure we can still offer our vital career services digitally and over the phone to our many customers. I'm pleased to say, we have risen to the challenge and in addition to being available over the phone, via email, webchat and video we are launching some new services over the next couple of weeks."
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Ms N Bullen, your SHGS/Careers Wales contact.
For young people and their parents/guardians:
- We have recently launched our new Wales-wide live chat with expert career advisers. This service is available Monday to Friday and is available for young people in schools and colleges, parents/guardians and those children who are normally home-schooled. It's an opportunity for them to discuss any concerns they have about the next steps and their future options.
- We are in the process of developing our home-schooling resources. These are due to go live around Easter and will include a series of sector-specific webinars and lesson plans available to watch and download from our website.
To help adults with their employability needs, we are promoting vacancies on behalf of our partners and ensuring we are communicating the redundancy support we can provide to customers during this difficult time.
Over the coming weeks and months, we will be continuing to review and adapt our service delivery to ensure those who need our services can access them and get the support they need.
Please keep visiting our website and our social media channels for the latest information about accessing our services.
If you would like to get in touch with me, I can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Executive, Careers Wales
Contact us by phone: 0800 028 4844
Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm, Friday: 9am to 4:30pm
Calls can take up to 30 minutes. Before you call, think about what you want to talk about. It can help to have a pen and paper handy if you want to write down information. Or, request a callback.
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