EmpEng-Learner Recruitment Checklist

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Effective Practice Checklist
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Traineeships
Effective Practice Checklist
Learner recruitment
Considerations:
Do you use?
Yes/No Area for development or
improvement?
N/A
Website(s) to link learners (and their
parents/carers) to:
-
Past learners via video clips, pod
casts, case studies
-
Support blogs
-
Local Jobs/volunteering/work
placement opportunities
-
National Apprenticeship Service
AV system
-
Traineeship printable Q&A info
-
Career pathway information
(using Apprenticeship
Progression maps)
-
Peer Ambassadors
-
IAG and range of learner support
services
Social media to promote your offer
including:
- Facebook
- Mobile phone
- Twitter
Other forms of direct Marketing targeted
at:
- Young people
- Parents/carers
- Teachers/Advisers
- Referral Agencies
- Employers
1
Considerations:
Do you use?
Yes/No Area for development or
improvement?
N/A
Promotional activity to drive
engagement:
-
Creatively designed and targeted
leaflets, posters, flyers
-
Incentives (learner and/or employer)
-
Short introductory vocational taster
sessions throughout the year that lead
into Traineeship/Apprenticeship
programmes
-
Career planning/matching
-
Work clubs
-
CV and application form
development, Interview Preparation
-
Links to on-line employability
support
-
Careers Fairs/Vocational pathway
events
-
Peer Ambassadors
Working with stakeholders to support
engagement:
Links with Schools via Local Authority
14-19 leads to support:

NEET issues and prevention
schemes
 Attendance at School:
Open/Option/Parent evenings
School Assemblies for Year 9, 10,
11
 Provider open day events
 Employer led events
Links with Local Authority 14-19 leads to
review NEET data and local solutions
Links with Jobcentre Plus local offices to
review vacancy data, employer need and
development of programmes linked to
vacancies
2
Considerations:
Do you use?
Yes/No Area for development or
improvement?
N/A
Links with other Referral/Feeder
organisations
Links to other funded projects (e.g. ESF)
to support innovative engagement
Adopt screening and assessment
processes that identify strengths and
weaknesses, learner aspirations, learner
starting point and any barriers to learning
including:
-
Aptitude testing – general and/or
specific to a sector practical testing
-
Qualification/programme testing (e.g.
using skills aptitude tests)
-
Initial and diagnostic assessments
covering Maths and English skills
Checks to determine:
- Career aspirations
- Confidence level
- Mental well-being
- Motivation level
- Learning style
-
Readiness for Interviews (including
CV, application for and mock
interviews)
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