Work Experience Works!
Feedback from employers and students reinforces that work experience still plays an important role in a young persons life. Without this vital experience many will not have the right information at the right time to make an informed decision about their future career.
"I really enjoyed my work experience because it was very interesting and I learnt lots of new skills. I mainly used IT and communication skills, which I used as an independent learner and also worked as a team. It also clarified what I want to do in the future. Overall it was a great two weeks" Student – Work Experience 2015
“We support and believe that work experience is paramount to the development of young people and it helps them make the most informed choices in relation to a future career” Employer in the Humber 2016
Download information about our work experience services here
Check out the new LMI resources developed in partnership with the Humber Data Observatory
- an overview of employment sectors in the Humber
- information on the skills and qualifications that are needed
Not sure what Logistics is? Click here to see a range of videos to find out more
Book now for TeenTech Humber 2016
Click here to book your school place at the TeenTech Humber 2016 event taking place on Wednesday 6th July 2016 at the KC Stadium in Hull
Teen Tech is an inspirational event which is funded through the University of Hull Access Agreement. The event raises the aspirations of young people in Science Technology, Engineering and Maths and supports their understanding of the careers and progression routes available to them. The University of Hull work collaboratively with Humber Education Business Partnership who organise and manage the event.
Helen Taylor - University of Hull
Careers & Enterprise Company
Working with the Humber LEP the Humber EBP is pleased to announce that they will be supporting the Enterprise Advisor Network project in the Humber.
The Humber EBP Enterprise Co-ordinator will work with Enterprise Advisers who are volunteers who will work directly with the leadership of individual schools and colleges. These volunteers, drawn from business and other employers, large and small, will help to develop effective employer engagement plans.
To find out more about the project click here or contact Kerrie Jaquest -