The Work Wiltshire team can support your school in a variety of ways, please view the resources below and contact us if you have a specific need or have more questions

Wiltshire Careers Education Programme
NEET support
Local Employment Information
Request Support For careers events
Support, Provision & Resources
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Wiltshire Careers Education Programme

These free specialist CEIAG (Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance) lessons and curriculum produced with Wiltshire employers. These lessons for Years 7-13 cover ‘being enterprising, employability skills, what is an entrepreneur, STEM careers, Higher Education options and alternatives to University’ to name just a few.

The interactive classroom sessions are supporting schools to improve young people’s preparedness for the world of work, personal motivation, self-confidence, sense of responsibility, team work and communication/presentation skills.

Please click here to download the free Wiltshire Careers Education Programme.

Education, Employment or Training (EET) Support Service 

The EET Support Service provides support for young people aged 16-17 Not in Employment, Education or Training who need extra help to re-engage with learning or find employment and training. One to one support from an Education, Employment Adviser will help you;

  • understand what options are available to you
  • find out about local training options
  • find and apply for jobs or apprenticeships.

Register below and we will contact you.

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    Education, Employment or Training (EET) Support Service

    Sign up here for help if you are a young person aged 16 or 17 not in education or employment and would like support from Young Work Wiltshire.
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Local employment information

Do you know what businesses there are in Wiltshire or even what industry sectors?

Follow the link below to see Wiltshire Council’s Labour Market Intelligence (LMI) documents which explain what key industry sectors there are in the Wiltshire area and what qualifications are preferable to work in that industry. They also provide information on relevant apprenticeships, how employers recruit, example positions and salaries, future growth of the sector, Wiltshire employers and where you can study.

The aim of these documents is to give you an understanding of the key priority and growth sectors within the county, to help you make the best decision about your future career.

This data is currently being updated.

Find out more about local employment information

Request support for careers education events

If you require support for careers fairs, industry talks or work experience placements, contact us workwilts@wiltshire.gov.uk our Be Involved database is filled with employers who would like to support you and we can put you in touch.

Support, Provision & Resources

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Right Choice… for your school offers a wide variety of support services to all education providers, including Schools, Academies, Further Education Colleges, Early Years Providers, Childcare Settings, Local Authorities and other establishments.

Committed to making a difference to children and young people in Wiltshire the website provides access to high quality services and expertise.

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The Swindon and Wiltshire Careers Hub brings together schools, colleges, employers, education providers and local agencies to help all schools and colleges deliver high quality careers guidance that inspires and prepares young people for the fast-changing world of work.

Created as part of the government’s careers strategy, the Swindon and Wiltshire Careers Hub provides individual support to over 60 local schools and colleges helping them achieve the Gatsby Benchmarks, a framework of 8 guidelines that define what the best careers provision looks like.

Other useful information and resources

Work Experience
Amazing Apprenticeships
How to engage Employers
Support programmes