Develop are working in partnership with Futures Advice, skills and employment, through National Careers Service funding, to offer the Careers Inspiration in Custody ex offender/ alumni programme in up to sixteen prisons across the Central Eastern and East Midlands region.
Bedford Academy student Teigan completed a successful 6 week work experience placement with Companion Care in Bedford. Manager Kevin said, “Teigan has a been great. We are so pleased with how her work experience has gone, we are offering her
The Programme Develop are working in partnership with Futures Advice, skills and employment, through National Careers Service funding, to offer the Careers Inspiration in Custody ex offender/ alumni programme in up to sixteen prisons across the Central Eastern and
Danielle, from Weatherfield Academy has enjoyed a very successful extended work experience placement since September 2015 with Westfield Nursery School in Dunstable. Danielle is going on to further study with Dunstable College where she will undertake her Level 2 in
It is our pleasure to invite you to our End of Year Show. Please join us in celebrating and reflecting on what our Level 3 Information Technology students have achieved. Examples of Digital Graphics, 2D Animation, 3D Modelling and more
Take a look at a few comments from a few Putteridge High School students who have recently been out on their work experience placements. Wigmore Pre-School What did you enjoy about your work experience? Working with children. How has this
Develop is the first Education Business Partnership (EBP) in the country to achieve Career Mark status, a quality award for careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) following an assessment of its provision of careers support and guidance to students.
The Programme Futures advice, skills and employment are delivering a careers inspiration in custody programme through the National Careers Service with Develop. We are working with alumni role model, Leroy Skeete in three prisons in the Central Eastern region to
There are lots of opportunities facing our learners when they near the end of studying with us, one of those options could be higher education. Some have chosen to go to university next year and one particular success story we
Develop is working with Lord Grey School’s 6th Form department to place Business, Retail and Public Services students with local employers for their vocational work experience. One of the 6th Form students Holly, has been placed with Potential Plus Milton