Careers Agencies & Post 16 Providers
Careers and Enterprise Company Enterprise Adviser
The Careers and Enterprise Company (CEC) has been set up by government to connect schools with employers. CEC runs a network of Enterprise Coordinators who each support a group of senior business volunteers, known as Enterprise Advisers.
At Kings International College, our Enterprise Adviser (business volunteer) is Nigel Holt, previous employee of Lloyds Bank. He uses his knowledge of the local business landscape to support the school to develop an effective careers plan, and to create opportunities via his local business contacts for our students.
Independent Careers Guidance Adviser
Kings International College employs an independent Careers Adviser, Lynda O’Connor, who provides the following advice and guidance:
A 40-minute one-to-one interview for every Year 10 student to support their transition into post-16 education
Widening Participation organisations
ASK – The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools and Colleges programme (ASK) is funded by the National Apprenticeship Service, part of the Department for Education
ALPS - a non-profit making company dedicated to supporting Learning Providers and Learners to achieve their potential in the field of work based learning. ALPS is a network of members comprising of privately owned training companies, colleges and national organisations.
Other careers-related organisations
The Association of Learning Providers in Surrey
Young Apprentice Ambassadors’ Network
Inspiring the Future
The Careers Access Provider is Mrs L Bowman, Careers Coordinator, Telephone: 01276 683539 x 212