Year 12 Work Placements
Online Application - Deadline Feb 14th
PwC is offering 500 places to students on three Insight Week programmes in Summer 2020.
Students can apply to one of the below weeks, which consist of workshops and shadowing opportunities, as well as the chance to work on a project team across the week:
Business Insight Week
students gain an insight from apprentices and graduates working in a range of business areas
Digital Insight Week
students participate in workshops run by technology experts from a range of tech teams across the business
Accounting Insight Week
students will gain an insight into our Audit business, to help bring to life what an accountant and auditor do
|Click on the PDF below for more information to help you with your application:
Why are PwC offering Insight Weeks?
Which students are the PwC Insight Weeks aimed at?
Where are the Insight Weeks taking place?
What are the entry criteria?
What is the application process and what are the deadlines?
What are the Social Mobility criteria for the Business Insight Week (excl. Northern Ireland)?
What could the Insight Week lead to?
Where can I find out more?
What are the dates of the Insight Weeks in 2020? *Subject to change
PRINCES TRUST - Retail Opportunity with M&S
March 2020 sees the start of the next Prince’s Trust Get Into Retail programme with our national partner, Marks and Spencer. This will run from Monday 2nd March 2020 – Thursday 19th March 2020 inclusive (9am-5pm) and we are now looking for suitable young people, to take part.
Where will it take place?
During the programme, all training days will be held at M&S Store, 72 Queen St, Cardiff, CF10 2XG although during the programme, each young person will also be allocated either M&S Cardiff Queen Street or M&S Cardiff Culverhouse Cross for their work placement.
Who can apply?
Any young people aged 16 -25 inclusive, who are interested in working within the retail industry, keen to increase their employability skills in this sector and able to fully commit to the programme dates including the Get Ready session and The Taster Day. Anyone interested in being considered should now get in touch with the Prince’s Trust
How does it work?
Due to the limited place available for this particular opportunity, all prospective young people will be assessed for suitability prior to the Taster Day at a 2 hour Get Ready Session which is scheduled for 2-4pm on Thursday 20th February in Cardiff and designed to help young people prepare well for the Taster Day. Suitable young people will then be invited to attend the Taster Day in Cardiff on Tuesday 25th February. This is likely to include icebreakers, team-building activities, an introduction to M&S, and Prince’s Trust paperwork.
The small print!
- Any young person considering this programme must be motivated and have at least a degree of personal confidence as it will involve engaging with M&S customers, (albeit with supervision in the initial stages of the programme). They should also be aware that working in a retail environment demands a lot of time on one’s feet
- M&S will not consider any young person with criminal convictions
- Although M&S uniform is provided for the actual programme, all young people will be expected to wear smart interview attire for the Get Ready session and the Taster Day
- Public transport travelling expenses can be reimbursed for the Get Ready session, Taster Day and during the programme
- M&S will provide each young person with £3 for lunch on every day of the programme and the Taster Day
Deloitte Work Opportunity
Deloitte, one of the world’s largest professional services firms, are recruiting for Y12 & Y13 students to join their Deloitte ASPIRE Skills Week. A fantastic opportunity to gain insight into working at a large company, develop key employability skills and engage in simulated work experience. Before and after the work experience week, students will receive online mentoring from Deloitte employees and gain access to ASPIRE learning modules that will support them through their sixth form journey.
Below is some information about how students can apply. If you think you may be eligible, please see Mr Ryan ASAP.
Step 1: use the guidance below to select up to three students who would benefit from the programme:
|Who should apply?||When, where?|
Y12 or Y13 of a non-selective state school/college
And meet at least 1 of the following criteria:
Cardiff Deloitte Office
Week commencing 29th June
Step 2: Provide details of those students using the form below by sending an email to email@example.com by Tuesday, 11th February:
|Student full name||Student email
so we can share the sign-up link)
|Which of the above criteria (1, 2 or 3)
does this student meet?
What happens next?
- Eligible students will be sent a link to an online learning platform where they can find out more about the programme and independently complete their application by Tuesday 31st March.
- The application form is a short online form, which captures basic personal information and asks a simple question to test students’ motivation to take up the work experience offer.
- Those shortlisted will be invited to carry out work experience in the Cardiff Deloitte Offices.
- Travel expenses will be pre-paid by Deloitte to a value of up to £50 per day and lunch will be provided.
Careers at Rolls Royce...
As a leading power systems provider, we have a fundamental role to play in meeting the environmental and societal opportunities and challenges that the world faces. Join us and you’ll contribute to our long-standing commitment to reducing the environmental impact of our products, services and manufacturing activities.
Our ability to deliver excellence efficiently and ethically is down to our highly skilled and professional workforce, and our future employees. We’re continually developing our employee base, ensuring we have the right skills for our business today and the right capabilities to continue innovating long into the future. Discover more about how we make an impact
Before you apply - some fascinating LMI Information regarding working with Rolls Royce and Engineering on the link below gives you the opportunity to research several different career choices people have chosen within the company.
Volunteering Network Value Based Health Care ABUHB
Within Value Based Health Care we are currently looking to accommodate sixth form students who are looking to enter the Health Care profession, with opportunities of volunteering within our services across Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.
The volunteering would be around 3-4 hours per week to observe and/or support within a clinic environment. We are hoping to provide students with experience within a clinical setting, opportunities to support their bedside manner and help with mixing with clinicians in the work environment.
We as a team are looking for opportunities to promote our service, and encourage students to look into volunteering within the Value Based Health Care department.
Programme Assistant VBHC | Rhaglen Gynorthwyol VBHC
Email | Ebost: firstname.lastname@example.org