We are excited to tell you about our new employer video series, LCR Creating Careers, which will inspire and inform our young people about the interesting career pathways that Liverpool City Region has to offer.
Here you will find links to the latest episodes of Creating Careers organised by sector. If students who are watching on demand have any questions for our guests, please send them to: email@example.com.
In order to make LCR Creating Careers series more meaningful, we have developed student resources to complete before, during and after each session. Please note that these resources offer a suggestion of activities to complete with your students. Resources will need to be adapted and differentiated to suit the needs of your students.
Evaluative work for students: Students can use the Creating Careers Roadmap to evaluate each session and the series as a whole. All instructions are included on the Roadmap.
Please choose from the below sections
Creating Careers on Demand
Health & Life Sciences
Professional & Business Services
Science & Technology
Creating Careers: Keepmoat Homes
This series focuses on the different job roles at Keepmoat Homes and how they all link together to make a successful business.
Students begin by completing one piece of pre-work that introduces them to Keepmoat Homes. Students are then ready to watch the series to follow the journey of how staff at Keepmoat Homes work together to develop a site and sell houses. After each episode, please direct students to complete the Creating Careers Roadmap to evaluate their interest in each job role that is explored.
Schools/colleges who complete the Creating Careers: Keepmoat Homes series have the opportunity to arrange live interactions with Keepmoat Homes employees or participate in Keepmoat Homes’ Plan, Design, Build Back Greener, Virtual Work Experience.
During this experience students will:
- Learn about the different stages of house building.
- Learn from real life ambassadors working in the sector and hear about their career journey.
- Work with others to participate in a fun and engaging group house building challenge.
- Develop employability skills.
- Pitch and present their project in the style of Dragon’s Den.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org