The Halley Academy Employability Day

The Halley Academy Employability Day

Wednesday, 13 November 2019

This event was attended by 27 employers, apprenticeship providers and universities.  The event involved all students in years 10, 11 and Sixth Form and our year 9 business studies students to support their business link portfolios.

Exhibitors Included:

Name

Industry

Met Police

Public Service

Rate My Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship Provider

City of London Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Provider

Reynolds Group

Further and Higher Education – Performing Arts

Skills for Growth

Training Provider

RAF

Defence

Connect Plus Services

Construction

Oyster Worldwide

Travel

Q & A Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Provider

Next Tech Girls

IT & Electronic Engineering

Greenwich Council

Public Sector

City & Guilds

Education

Ask Project

Youth Development

NHS

Health Care

Name

Industry

Greenwich University

Higher Education

London Southbank University

Higher Education

East London University

Higher Education

Queen Mary University

Higher Education

SOAS

Higher Education

Middleton Murray

Construction

Social Mobility Foundation

Charity

Dr Tony Burke

Medical – Tallow Chandlers

All Dimensions Apprenticeships

High and Degree Level Apprenticeship Provider

Charlton Athletic

Sport & Fitness – sadly did not attend

ABA Academy

Education – sadly did not attend

Inspiring Futures

Careers Education

UCFB – Wembley

Higher Education

Arranging this many visitors on the same day to work with students was not an easy task but the academy was supported in the organisation and on the day by LAT staff, Jas Mato and Louisa Felstead.

The event was also visited by members of the Tallow Chandlers keen to investigate ways they can be involved in future years.  The Tallow Chandlers have already supported Careers Education, Information and Guidance at The Halley Academy with professional mentors and mock interviews for our Sixth Form students at their Hall in Dowgate Hill, London.

Ultimately any event that starts the students thinking about their potential careers is a positive step and due to its success it is expected that this new programme within the academy will continue for the coming years.

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