Higher power

Today’s students have critical decisions to make about their futures. In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland students can leave school at the age of 16, depending on when their birthdays fall. In England, students have a choice of educational options between the ages of 16 and 18:

• Stay in full-time education at college or in a sixth form
• Start an apprenticeship or other form of trainee activity
• Part-time education or training while working or being a volunteer for 20+ hours per week

Students have to start thinking about their futures and future directions at the start of secondary school not to make final decisions but to learn about the options, opportunities, training and, importantly, the costs, particularly the costs of higher education.

All of which is dependent on companies and organisations that will be their future employers to help inform students about the choices, the meaning of those choices and the implications for their educational interests.

Students can’t be interested in employment they have no knowledge about.

Rapport has substantial experience in creating and delivering campaigns about careers opportunities, personal finance and life skills. We offer effective and original approaches to augment corporate social responsibility through education, deliver direct to children and extend parental awareness about potential openings for their children.

■ Theatre-in-Education tours
■ Digital and websites
■ Direct mail
■ Curriculum resources content
■ In-school events
■ Video & animation
■ Market research
■ Specialist PR

The Rapport Group has a proven track record in helping organisations and businesses gain valuable exposure through schools and colleges.

Find out more about Rapport call John Plover on 020 8973 0040.

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