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Partner:
Education Scotland and Partners

Course Type:
Type 1 - Webinars

Curriculum:
Maths, Numeracy and Finance, Computing, Business and Enterprise, Languages, English and Literacy, Humanities, Technology and Engineering, Art, Services and Health, Science

Age Group:
P4, P5, P6, P7, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6

Start/End Dates:
Available 6th Sep – 17th June 2022

Timetable Availability:
Fully Flexible (available any week day or time)

Number of Sessions:
1 (standalone)

Duration:
30 Minutes

Repeated:
No

Repetition Frequency:
N/A

Max Capacity:
Unlimited

Description:
Are you looking to bring some further inspiration into your classroom? The Inspiring the World of Work Team can provide inspiration and work-related learning in a series of live lessons. The sessions will provide work inspiration and provide an opportunity for learners to find out more about the world of work and can be delivered at a time that suits your busy timetable. Inspire the workforce of the future today.

Currently Available Sessions:
Skills for Life and Work:
Three bespoke DYW sessions offered flexibly, at times and dates that suit you. Register your interest, you will be added to the ‘Inspiring the World of Work’ Team and can arrange a time for delivery that suits you.

Three bespoke sessions covering the following:

  • Money Smart? - Session will discuss all things money and take learners through some helpful hints on being money smart.
  • Skills Aware? - Session will examine the importance of skills and take learners through 3 different learner journeys, highlighting a no wrong pathway approach.
  • Interview Ready? - Session will discuss interviews and give some helpful hints on navigating the process and securing a positive destination.
  • Planning your Subject Choices - The session will take learners through the sometimes difficult road of subject choices.
  • First Day at Work - The session will look at what to expect at the sometimes daunting first day at work. We will look at how to make it a lot less daunting.

BAE COP26 School Challenge:
Help keep our rivers clean with BAE and DYW Live. Design the machine, name and the logo for BAE System’s new River Cleaning Machine. Join us on 4th October at 10:00 and be part of this week long school challenge. Sign up below and start designing.

Code Along for COP 26:
Beginners Coding Project – Save the Bees & Butterflies!

Join Code Club for this massive Scotland wide ‘Code Along’ session. Register your interest here and choose “Inspiring The World of Work”.

1/3 of the food people eat depends on pollinators such as bees and butterflies. To celebrate the impact they make on the environment and the world we live in, we will create our own landscape filled with pollinators. Not only will this help us think about their impact on our world but it is also very mindful to sit and watch them at work too.

To join, learners will need a laptop or computer with access to Scratch online. The session will be based on the Butterfly Garden project and is suitable for P4 upwards. Join us for the live coding session, 4th November. 11:00 – 11:45.

Confident Coders – Save the Oceans!

Join Code Club for this massive Scotland wide ‘Code Along’ session.

Plastic pollution in the ocean is having a significant impact on the natural ocean habit. To support young learners to share the impact of plastic pollution, we will create a game to save the shark.

To join, learners will need a laptop or computer with access to Scratch online. The session will be based on the Save the Shark project and is suitable for P4 upwards. Join us for the live coding session on Tuesday 9th November. 11:00 – 11:45.

DYW Context:
Employability, skills, pathways and work-related learning.

Additional Requirements:
None

Other Info:
None

Keywords:
Employability, Skills, Pathways, Work-Related Learning

Please register your interest here!