Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance



STUDENT AREA                  PARENT AND CARER AREA               EMPLOYER AREA             TEACHER AREA


National Careers Week 2022


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Careers Provision Programme

Below is a table mapping the CEIAG provision for 2021-2022 however, the impact of Covid 19 has made some changes to the provision currently available therefore this is a condensed version to what is normally offered to our students. The College is continually reviewing and improving its careers provision and will publish this information on an annual basis. The date of the next review is June 2022.

Year 7PSHE Curriculum
Year 8PSHE Curriculum
Year 9 PSHE Curriculum – options/Unifrog

Year 9 Careers fair

Options evening

Options interview
Introduction to LEBC and Work Experience

PSHE Curriculum

Connexions Q&A Sessions
Year 10Virtual – World Skills UK live

STEAM Assembly
PSHE Curriculum – Unifrog

Work Experience – LEBC
Leicester College Discovery Day for identified students

Post 16 Experience Days

Start of the 1:1 Careers Appointments
Year 11PSHE Curriculum – Post 16 applications

1:1 Careers appointment

Post 16 open evenings

Assembly on opportunities at Post 16

Post 16 applications
Introduction to Unifrog

Sixth form interviews
Post-16 enrolment event

NCS Summer programme
Year 12 Introduction to UnifrogSocial Science Careers dayWork Experience LEBC

Support with UCAS and Apprenticeship applications
Year 13UCAS and higher apprenticeship applications

Apprenticeship Talk

Apprenticeship Talk

Social Science Careers day

If you require more information about the Careers education provided in College then please contact Mr C Dakin or Mrs K Davey (contact details can be found at the top of this page).

All enquiries from interested parties should be directed to the College Careers Coordinator.

Education and training providers are encouraged to read the College Provider Access Statement in our Policies section of our website.

Measuring Impact

A successful careers and guidance programme should be reflected in higher numbers of students progressing into positive destinations (e.g. colleges, universities, apprenticeships or employment). Information on the destinations of students who leave The City of Leicester College at the end of KS4 and KS5 is available in the performance tables published by the Department for Education.

Useful resources

Click HERE to download a free booklet on the Labour Market Information (LMI) for young people.

Click HERE to go to our internal Careers Page on SharePoint.

Click HERE to go to our policies section to view our Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Policy (CEIAG)

Contact Details

Careers Leader – Christopher Dakin – (0116) 2413984

Careers Officer – Kayshia Davey (0116) 241 3984 

Linked Connexions Adviser – Olivia Hunte –  (0116) 454 1770