Career and Employment Ready Pack of 12
This set is available in A2, B3 (bigger than A3 smaller than A2) or A3 format. We also produce version in A2, or A1 and on foamex board. Please contact us about this or any other option you might want us to consider.
What Employers Want
What employers want poster looks at 10 key skills that businesses need. Adapted from a range of employer surveys including the National Association of Colleges and Employers, this poster highlights these essential skills that students need to have before entering into the work place. Each skill includes 2 questions that encourage students to self evaluate if they have these skills. A strong graphic poster for display boards, offices, school libraries or student education centres. The graphic covers, teamwork, communication, research skills, technology skills, organisation, leadership, flexibility, making decisions, motivation and a willingness to learn.
What Motivates You
This poster explores some of the inherent motivations students have towards careers. The poster touches on 9 inherent values that are typically associated with many careers. Career values included are Money, Power, Creativity, Control and more. Each category includes 3 sub values and 4 career occupations for students to consider.
10 Interview Tips
This career infographic gives students the key background knowledge to prepare for an interview. Our graphic covers 10 key areas to be career ready when it comes to your interview. The graphic covers dress code, application, making a first impression, building rapport and getting the closure on the interview.
10 Interview Questions
The key questions at interview categorised for students to consider how they might respond to each one. A great poster for working with students who are exploring improving their interview technique or jobsearch skills
10 Essential Jobsearch Skills
This contemporary infographic covers some essential skills needed for jobseekers to find employment. The graphic touches on subjects such as interviews, cv, creating an application form amongst others. Use the poster for jobsearch activities with a class or group or as a starter for your employment ready programme.
10 Career Challenges
Designed to support your endeavours during the National Careers Week or you own careers week, this poster aims to motivate students to consider a range of challenges with regard to careers and employability. Each challenge is given a star rating from easy to hard with 10 challenges in total. Some of the challenges can be done without any assistance but the 2 stars and 3 star challenges will need support and advice from teachers, parents or advisors. We've added a proviso at the bottom of the graphic for students to get help before commencing any 2 star or 3 star challenges.
The 10 Career Challenges categories are; career research, career advice, voluntary work, organise a careers event, enterprise activity, personal challenge, poster design, dream job, informational interview and work experience. We've amended this design to include a version for undergraduates.
10 Benefits of Work Experience
A careers poster designed to motivate students towards gaining work experience. We've list 10 benefits of doing work experience and offered 3 key bits of context. The content includes developing soft skills, building contacts, extending your network, developing personal confidence and many more.
Developing Your Career Network
Offering advice and tips on how to build your network this popular career posters outlines some of the ways you can build a network of contacts and leads to find work. A useful graphic to guide students in sourcing potential job opportunities and for advisors giving guidance to jobseekers.
Deciding on a university is not an easy choice to make but we've at least laid out the key factors that students need to consider when choosing a university for 3 or 4 years of study. We've outlined the common issues that students have to weigh up when deciding on a course of study. These include course content, academic reputation, costs, location, facilities, employment chances are more. We've also added some tips to ensure students get the key message on the need to visit and speak to tutors about their course of study. If you are looking to enhance your 6th form common room then this poster will keep them engaged with consider post 18 options.
The Essential CV Guide
The Essential CV guide provides 10 basic tips to creating a CV. Our graphic covers key content, does and dont's, different CV formats and more.
Telephone Interview Tips
This graphic look at the key reasons employers do phone interviews and how jobseekers can prepare for that all important call. We look at planning and preparation for the call as well as what documents to have ready.
The Job Market
In a contested job market its important for jobseekers to be aware of both the advertised and unadvertised jobs. This graphic explores the complete market following the iceberg principle that as much if not more lies beneath the surface than above. For students we consider what reasons employers give for not advertising and offer some tips on accessing this market. This poster is part of our career and employment ready series.