Team and Aims

The CEIAG Team Roles and Responsibilities

At Moreton School, our Careers Education, Information, Advice, and Guidance (CEIAG) program is spearheaded by Mr. Richardson, Senior Assistant Headteacher and Careers Leader, who brings strategic leadership to our CEIAG initiatives. He plays a crucial role in monitoring the provision of career guidance, approving Career Champions, and ensuring staff receive the necessary training and support for effective CEIAG delivery.

Working closely with Mr. Richardson, Mrs. R Everiss, our Careers Guidance Coordinator, leads the implementation of our CEIAG plan. She is instrumental in developing and executing our annual careers program, ensuring students have access to personalized career guidance, and integrating career education across various subjects. Her efforts are pivotal in maintaining the quality and effectiveness of our CEIAG provision.

Additionally, we are privileged to have Mr. O Hodgkinson from The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust as our Enterprise Advisor. With over a decade of experience in NHS education, he is dedicated to providing students with insights into the diverse career opportunities within the NHS. His mission is to inspire students to explore various roles in the healthcare sector, regardless of their age or background.

Our CEIAG team is committed to guiding each student towards a successful and fulfilling career path, supported by a robust network of internal and external expertise.

For further information or assistance, please contact our team members at their respective email addresses or phone numbers.

Mr Richardson

Senior Assistant Headteacher

  • Strategic leadership of CEIAG across the school
  • Monitor CEIAG provision
  • Approve Career Champions
  • Commission CPD for staff
  • Brief and support staff involved with delivery of CEAIG
  • Advise SLT and Governors on policy, strategy and resources for CEIAG
  • Support the Careers Leader to provide effective CEIAG

Contact: arichardson@aatrust.co.uk 

Mrs R Everiss

Careers Guidance Coordinator

  • Leadership of CEIAG across the school
  • Prepare and implement CEIAG plan and publish on website
  • Provision of a planned CEIAG programme / development of annual careers plan
  • Monitor CEIAG provision and take up of careers guidance
  • Secure student access to personal careers guidance
  • Promote careers across the curriculum; liaise with PSHE lead and directors of subject to plan careers education
  • Brief and support staff involved with delivery of CEAIG
  • Maintain own CPD
  • Review and evaluate CEIAG (Quality assure CEIAG)
  • Report to SLT and Governors on CEIAG
  • Advise SLT and Governors on policy, strategy and resources for CEIAG
  • Analysis and tracking of destination data

Contact: reveriss@aatrust.co.uk 

Mr O Hodgkinson

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Enterprise Advisor to Moreton School

NHS Futures Co-ordinator & Business Support Manager for Corporate Learning Services.

  • 10+ years working in NHS Education
  • IAG Careers Advisor
  • Passionate about the development of quality NHS careers guidance within schools/colleges

Mission is to provide local people, whatever their age or circumstance, the opportunity to discover and explore the multitude and diversity of roles within our organisation; inspiring them to choose a career within the NHS.

Contact Details: oli.hodgkinson@nhs.net  or 07788603856

In terms of Apprenticeship information, the vast majority will be found on; Apprenticeship Programme (www.royalwolverhampton.nhs.uk)

We have an Apprenticeship video library found on; Video Library (www.royalwolverhampton.nhs.uk)

Amethyst Aspire Career Programme – Aims

Enabling students to make considered decisions in regard to future choices; and preparing students for transition to further education or employment with training
To raise students’ aspirations and to broaden their horizons
To inspire and to empower students to make informed realistic decisions at key transition points in learning and work
To provide good quality independent and impartial careers advice to students which inspires them and motivates them to fulfil their potential
To provide advice and guidance which is in the best interests of the student
To provide opportunities to work in partnership with employers, training providers, local colleges and others to provide opportunities to inspire students through real-life contact with the world of work
To develop enterprise and employability skills including skills for self-employment
To support inclusion, challenge stereotyping and promote equality of opportunity
Provide a range of opportunities that enhance the curriculum (enterprise projects, visits/taster days to colleges/universities)
Promote awareness of the world of work (visitors from business, work experience, volunteering)
Promote a range of opportunities and provisions which assist in raising aspirations and achievement (industry specific talks and presentations, visitors from colleges and sixth forms, skill show visits)
Provide informed and impartial guidance (options evenings, careers fairs, college/sixth form/university visits, access to a qualified and impartial careers adviser)
Develop and maintain effective links with key partners (independent guidance providers, EBP, colleges, universities, training providers, employers, enterprise partnerships (through local networks or national programmes such as Inspiring the Future)
Ensure that each curriculum area identifies careers and work related learning elements and includes these in lesson planning
Ensure departments display subject links to occupations and progression
Ensure that each curriculum area identifies careers and work related learning elements and includes these in lesson planning
Ensure departments display subject links to occupations and progression

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