Made it in Doncaster
Becoming a Chief Executive Officer from Doncaster
Containing a brief CV, key skills highlighted in this video and Labour Market Information (LMI) including pathways and training providers
More videos from the Made it in Doncaster project
Industry: Manufacturing and Engineering, Education, Retail, Rail, Health and Social Care, Accountancy, Small and Medium Enterprise, Sports and Leisure, Non-profit, Warehousing and Logistics, Creative
We understand that timetabling can be complex task. Introducing a new concept into your already jam-packed curriculum isn't easy, especially when you're busy with things like SATs preparation!
Current recommendations suggest that careers-related education is most effective with years 5 and 6, but in line with recent research, we've made sure all the resources in our teaching pack are adaptable for all KS2 pupils.
Reaching older students can sometimes be a challenge. That's why we've created resources to help you engage them with the world of work and introduce them to inspiring local people.
These resources can easily be adapted for students from KS3 and KS4. We've also included some ideas for how videos can be integrated into different parts of the school day.
Do you have any questions, comments or suggestions?
Contact Emma Mellor
Business and Education Executive
An investment in knowledge pays the best interest
Our Made It In Doncaster video series aims to raise aspirations through telling the stories of inspirational people who have lived or worked in Doncaster.
Opportunities Doncaster brings business and education together to raise careers awareness and aspirations of young people in Doncaster.
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We work on our members' behalf to lobby local and national government about the key issues affecting Doncaster's business community. We give our members a voice to make South Yorkshire's private sector ever more influential.