Welcome to Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) at Eggbuckland Community College.’
For further information please contact Mrs Lynn Harris (Careers Coordinator) and Mr Antony Piper (Careers Leader and Associate Assistant Principal).
Mrs Lynn Harris
Mr Antony Piper
(Careers Leader and Associate Assistant Principal)
‘Wherever you see this logo you will find
something related to careers’
The Lighthouse is a dedicated resource where all students can access careers information via staff, computers and the College Careers South West Personal Advisers.
Please pop into the Lighthouse to find out more or email , telephone number 01752 720086
GCSE and Sixth Form choices
Choices at 16
Information relating to Sixth Form at ECC
Choices in Year 8
Information relating to GCSE choices
The table below is designed to show how careers will be delivered across years 7-11 and is something that constantly evolves and changes.’
Students at Eggbuckland Community College are entitled to receive;
• impartial advice and information about all the options available, so that they understand what they involve
• support and guidance to help them make choices and complete a career plan for the future
• regular personal support or information on how well they are doing
• help to decide what to do when they leave their course, including further learning, training or employment
• a programme of careers education which helps them to develop skills and knowledge to make choices and the transition to work and learning
• the opportunity to be involved in making decisions about things that effect their learning
• an opportunity to learn about the world of work, and employment
Students and parents are made aware of this entitlement through the College prospectus, electronic newsletter and website. Information about this entitlement also appears in the staff handbook.
Students are encouraged to review their entitlement regularly within the College setting, for example within P4L and tutor time.
Opportunities exist for external providers to visit the College and showcase their offer. Any provider wishing to provide information of this nature to students should contact the Careers Leader on 01752 720086 or email to enquire about suitable CEIAG opportunities in the College Calendar.
The delivery of this entitlement is underpinned by the following values:
Ownership by the young person
Promotion of Equality of opportunity
CEIAG needs to be available to students at a time, which is appropriate to their needs and in a format and style which allows them to make maximum use of the service. Calendared events will allow the students to access CEIAG in the most appropriate way for them.
Useful websites and links
Apprenticeships Information Parents' Pack
Careerpilot website for young people and parents provides information on all the choices at 14, 16 & 18 and much more……
Next Steps SW website providing all the information you need to know about Higher Education