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Free Careers Lesson Plans

Download presentations and posters to help young people build their Young Professional skills.

Our Young Professional membership helps young people build the skills they need for life and work. With a host of supporting resources and activities, the training can be embedded into educational, careers and employability programmes, it’s entirely free to young people and those that support them.

Download Free Lesson Plans

Our free lesson plans will help you present the world of work to students, encouraging them to consider work sectors and roles with recourse to their life and work skills, interests and areas of study.

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More about Young Professional Training

Our free Young Professional programme supports young people aged 14-24 in building the five key life skills to support them in their understanding of the world of work: communication, problem solving, self belief, self management and teamwork.

Our teaching resources help professionals and educators embed careers learning to develop students’ understanding of their career options and how to develop the skills all employers are looking for from school onwards.

Please register as a member and download the Young Professional Starter Pack (PDF) for more information.

For educators:

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Teachers: How can you embed free Young Professional training careers learning?

Training skills for life. In school and beyond.

Youth Employment UK offers free Young Professional training to all young people aged 14-24. They can use it to recognise, value and develop top skills which support their employability and self-development.

Delivery format:

  • Weekly newsletter
  • Online quiz
  • Online resources

Starter pack

Presentations

Videos

Career posters

Student quiz

Lesson plans

"Excellent for information delivered in both written and visual formats to keep students interested."
Louise Rochford, Careers Advisor


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