Aims of Careers Lab Aspire To raise your awareness of the range of job roles available by learning about the World of Work from a Business Ambassador To consider what rewards and motivations you are looking for in a job role Aspire Icebreaker: People Bingo Turn to your People Bingo table in your workbook. You have 6 minutes to meet with people around the room and complete your Bingo table. When you meet someone:- 1. 2.
3. 4. 5. Shake their hand and ask them how they are Ask them 2 questions to find out if you can write their name into a box in the table. Move to the next person and so on You can put your own name in 2 boxes If you complete your table shout Bingo! Welcome to our Business Ambassador Task: students should make notes on their Business Ambassador page Please can you tell us about your job
Who do you work for and what do they do? What is your job role? What does the role involve? What skills & qualities do you use to do your role? Whats the best thing about your job? What did you do after school? Any other questions from the class? How Many Jobs A Challenge How many jobs are involved in producing and selling your smart phone? Turn to How Many jobs challenge page in your workbook
Task: Working in pairs create the longest list you can of job roles involved in making the latest smart phone. You may find the Smartphone Helpsheet at the back of your workbook helpful. How Many Jobs - A Challenge Questions to think about: 1. Where did you buy your phone? What jobs were involved? Salesperson?
2. How did you decide between your phone and another brand? What image did you think about? 3. 4. 5. Have you used Apple Pay yet? What is your phone made of? Did you sign up to a contract? What jobs are associated with that? What is a Career? Is a career more like a roller coaster ride where you might Is career
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another orgiven profession you need to re train? stayingsector a role or job that you enjoy and are happy to stay doing? Even if you receive low pay? What kind of career is important to you? What motivates you? Why go to work? 1. 2.
3. Turn to the workbook page with the same heading as above Read through the examples given for reasons we may go to work complete the diamond diagram of boxes, with 9 factors that are important to you and would motivate you to go to work. 4. 5. You may wish to add some of your own examples. The most important factors to you should go into the boxes at the top of the diamond and the least important at the bottom Why Go To Work? Class Reflection and Responses Did everyone make the same choices? Why not?
Deciding on a career pathway or taking a particular job has no right or wrong answer It is not the same for each person and what you want from a job may change over time. Successful careers are made when people realise what is important to Conclusions and Close Finally For the Class What would you tell someone at home about today? For our Business ambassador; What will you say to colleagues about today?
Extention-Go Compare Do any of the following careers match your completed diamond of motivations to work? 1. Gas Engineer Installs and maintains gas pipelines into homes and businesses. Start out as a Gas Service technician installing and repairing heating appliances Requires good communication, organisation and problem-solving skills basic IT skills and good maths skills for making calculations Starter: 12,000 to 18,000 (apprentice) Experienced: 24,500 to 31,000 (qualified)
Extention-Go Compare 2. Surgeon Surgeons specialise in caring for patients who may need an operation. Training: 5-year degree in medicine a 2-year foundation programme of general training. 2 years core surgical training in a hospital up to 6 years of speciality training. Skills: excellent communication skills and the ability to explain choices to patients the ability to work under pressure and make quick, accurate decisions excellent hand-eye co-ordination and practical skills the ability to put people at their ease and inspire trust and confidence leadership and management skills the ability to always work to high professional standards Salary-26,350 to 102,500
Extention-Go Compare Do any of the following careers match your completed diamond of motivations to work? 3. Construction worker: Construction workers carry out a range of manual jobs on building sites. Training: There are no set entry requirements for the sector although many companies set their own. On-site experience and GCSEs in subjects like English and maths will be useful College courses in building or construction skills could give you some of the skills you'll need, or you may be able to get into this career through an apprenticeship. Salary:
15,000 to 29,000 Extention-Go Compare 4. Banking customer service adviser: provides a face-to-face service in banks and building societies. Entry requirements: You may find it useful to have 4 or more GCSEs at grades 9 to 4 (A* to C) or equivalent qualifications , including English and maths. Some employers may ask you to pass a series of selection tests when you apply. You could also get into this job through an apprenticeship. Skills: Customer service cash handling and computing skills 'people' skills
excellent maths skills Starting salary: 15,000 to 24,000
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