Free Careers Education And Teaching Resources
Download lesson plans, assembly plans, presentations, videos and posters to help your students build Young Professional skills while in education.
Join Youth Employment UK today for free resources and CEIAG support.
You can sign up using the form below to join the Youth Employment UK careers education community. Membership is free, and you'll gain access to a wealth of free teaching resources including a regular newsletter, lesson plans, presentations, videos and more. Our resources are designed to introduce students and young people aged 14-24 to 5 key Young Professional skills they can develop prior to transitioning into the world of work.
Free Teacher Benefits When You Join:
- Gain access to a host of free resources helping you to deliver CEIAG
- Embed Young Professional Training in your school, college or university to help students develop key skills
- Get the latest updates on news, events and policy that could benefit your students
- Network with peers to share insights and best practice
- Inspire students in your place of learning with visits from our Youth Ambassadors
Become a Young Professional Provider
Would you like to find out how your school, college, university or youth organisations can embed Young Professional training in its education programmes and become a Young Professional Provider? Or maybe you'd like to book a school visit from one of our Youth Ambassadors? Just click one of the buttons below to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org - we look forward to hearing from you.
Free Careers Education and Teaching Resources
You can directly access many of the resources below without signing up to join our careers education community. However, taking the Young Professional Quiz requires (free) registration for participating students and young people. You will find more information in the Starter Pack, available to download below.
These are the 5 top life skills students and young people aged 14-24 can grow as a Young Professional.
Additional Resources for Young People
We have lots more free help guides and info on offer to help young people aged 14-24 grow their skills. They can explore the Careers Hub, for great career ideas and step-by-step guides on how to get into them. They can also browse our Choices Zone, where they'll find help with making life's big decisions, from choosing GCSEs to figuring out what they want to do next in life. Young people can also get tips on money issues and mental health to support their development.
How Can Students Get Involved?
Youth Employment UK is the leading campaign and membership organisation dedicated to tackling youth unemployment in the UK. We engage with youth employment policy on a national and government level. Working alongside education providers in schools, colleges and universities, we build bridges between young people, education and the world of work.
Careers Education Programmes
Our Young Professional Training, free to all, is a structured framework of resources and weekly challenges enabling young people aged 14-24 to develop the five key life and work skills they need in education and beyond: self-belief, self-management, communication, teamwork and problem-solving. It can be embedded into education programmes cost-free.
If you have any further queries please email us at email@example.com - we look forward to hearing from you.
Links and resources
- BBC Bitesize Careers
- McDonald's Education - Free Teacher Resources
- Engineering Career Posters for Schools from VHR
- EY Teacher Toolkit
WorldSkills Careers Advice Toolkit
The WorldSkills Careers Advice Toolkit has been developed in partnership with Youth Employment UK.
our new digital Careers Advice Toolkit a comprehensive guide to supporting young people with the employability and careers information they need for their futures. There are 19 lesson plans in total, covering Key Stage 3 and 4 all mapped against the Careers Development Institute and Gatsby Benchmark Frameworks.
Thank you for your work to support young people's career development.