Free Careers Education Resources
Resources for Careers Leaders, Teachers, Providers & Work Coaches
Youth Employment UK supports young people on their journey to work. Access FREE careers education resources and a great community of peers.
Join our Careers Education Community
Sign up to the Youth Employment UK Careers Ed Community using the form below. Membership is free.
Gain access to a host of free resources helping you to deliver careers education, employability training and other programmes for young people!
We will also help you to utilise our skills and careers resources to support the young people in your network.
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What Are The Benefits?
Get FREE ongoing support, including:
- Monthly news and information including updates from us, our partners and government policy
- Support to embed the Young Professional Programme in your setting to help young people develop their skills, knowledge and confidence for the world of work
- Network with peers to share insights and best practice
- CPD opportunities
Access FREE expert-led careers education resources
Our resources, including the Young Professional Programme, help young people to develop their skills, knowledge and confidence in readiness for the world of work.
We supply FREE expert age and stage content to support young people and those around them every step of the way.
Resources are mapped to:
- Gatsby Benchmarks
- Skills Builder Framework
We help you provide up-to-date careers learning that evolves in times of change
All our resources expertly complement face to face delivery or other forms of learning, including online learning.
What Is The Young Professional Programme?
Young Professional Programmes can fit into your existing programme or be accessed independently.
Young Professional: Preparing for Your Future
Ideal for 14-16 year olds who are exploring their future options.
Young Professional: Journey to Work
Ideal for 17+ year olds and young people who are closer to the world of work.
Course content helps young people to:
- Understand themselves, their strengths, barriers and opportunities
- Learn about the world of work through virtual work experience and impartial careers information
- Understand the range of pathways available including vocational, academic and technical routes
- Learn how to build their own career plan and set useful life, study and work goals
- Understand the skills they will need for life and work and how to develop them
- Learn how to prepare themselves for work with job searching, CV and interview preparation
- Understand what being in work is like and how to progress once in work
What happens on completing a course?
On completion of each course, the Young Professional learner will receive a certificate. Their Provider can use this or our Group Management System to evidence the progress young people have made during the programme.
Become A Young Professional Programme Provider
What Is A Young Professional Provider?
A Young Professional Provider is an organisation that wants to embed the Young Professional throughout its delivery. Becoming a Young Professional Provider is free to any organisation we simply ask Providers to complete evaluation data with us twice a year and ask that they promote our annual Youth Voice Census.
Young Professional Providers get access to:
- Our Group Management System which allows you to monitor and evidence progress
- Specialist CPD support
- A monthly forum with other providers to share best practice and learning
For more information on becoming a Young Professional Provider email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
How can Providers embed Young Professional Training in careers learning?
Boosting young people’s knowledge and confidence has never been so easy!
Providers are able to use the Young Professional Programme and our other free resources to support their existing delivery. From a whole setting approach with launch events and example delivery plans to a more ad hoc and personalised programme, you can use as much or as little as you and the young people in your network need.