Higher Education Champion for Take Your Place based at UEA. I work across four schools in West Norfolk supporting students from year 9 upwards to make informed decisions and competitive applications for their post-16 and post-18 options.
Kate McCormack – Higher Education Champion (neaco)
I am a Higher Education Champion working with neaco, one of 29 UniConnect partnerships across the country. We work with target students from schools and colleges in years 9 – 13 (or equivalent) to help students explore their next steps and make informed decisions about what is the right pathway for them; this varies from GCSE options, to post 16 and post 18 pathways to helping students learn more about the different pathways to a specific career or goal. I supported schools and colleges in Norfolk for 18months but during lockdown made the move to work with our target schools and colleges in Cambridgeshire.
Jacqui Phipps is the Careers Lead for Suffolk County Council working to support schools and colleges in East Anglia to create, improve and enhance quality careers provision for their students. Through The East Careers Training, she manages a range of qualifications and CPD for careers related learning.
Debbie McArthur – Apprenticeship Suffolk
I am the Apprenticeship & Youth Employment Manager with Suffolk County Council. Having worked in the FE sector, mainly with Apprenticeships, for 14 years I now manage Apprenticeships Suffolk. We offer an impartial, bespoke service providing a wide range of support to employers and those seeking apprenticeship opportunities. www.apprenticeshipssuffolk.org firstname.lastname@example.org 01473 263555
Federica Bocchetti-Dunn – AIM Apprenticeship
Federica is the School Engagement Coordinator for the AIM group. The AIM group is a charity that helps students find apprenticeships, we work with employers in supporting them find apprentices through our recruitment team. She also run the ASK program in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, helping school provide information and support on apprenticeships to their students and parents.
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The New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Network is a national programme being delivered at a local level across Norfolk and Suffolk, recruiting senior business leaders to work voluntarily with secondary schools and colleges as ‘Enterprise Advisers’. Enterprise Advisers work strategically with senior leaders in schools and colleges, supporting them to develop and enhance their business engagement plans. The aim, to improve the quality and consistency of careers, work-related & enterprise education delivered to students and to broker activities with businesses and enterprise providers. The volunteers will bring their wealth of knowledge and experience of the world of work to help develop a comprehensive action plan for careers education, fully supporting young people between 11 and 18 years old. The New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Programme has been developed from Lord Young’s ‘Enterprise for All’ report which highlighted the importance of “motivating young people to learn and excel in their education…to see the relevance of their studies”. With support from the national Careers and Enterprise Company, the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership working through its partners in Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils is delivering this national programme across the East.
About New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)
New Anglia LEP was established by Government in 2010. We are a unique business-led collaboration between the private, public and education sectors across Norfolk and Suffolk. Our ambition is to drive economic growth and transform the l...