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Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
Planning for work experience
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  • 1. Planning for work experience Using information competently
  • 2. Objectives
    • Have basic information about the company my work experience placement is with
    • Know how to get to my placement
    • Understand the value of information to my company/job
    • Be aware of the sensitivity of sharing information
    • Know where to go to find out more about careers/jobs
  • 3. What questions will we answer?
    • What information do I need before I start?
    • What sort of information will I deal with when at work?
    • Sharing my work experiences?
    • Where should I go to find out more about jobs and careers?
  • 4. What information do I need before I start?
    • Who am I working for?
    • What should I wear?
    • What time will I be expected to work?
    • Where am I going? How will I get there?
  • 5. Who am I working for?
    • General details
      • company name
      • location (Where are they? Do they have a main office?)
      • contact name and telephone number
    • Business type
      • Public: school; council; library; museum; hospital; police
      • Private: shop; mechanic’s garage; restaurant; solicitor; electrician
    • Maybe the company has its own website?
      • Check www.yell.com
  • 6. What should I wear?
    • Business environment and job role will dictate attire
    • Where will you be working?
      • Shop
      • Office
      • Sports centre
      • School
    • What will you be doing?
      • Physical work
      • Sport
      • Fixing cars
      • Fitting carpets
      • Clerical
  • 7. What time will I be expected to work?
      • Different businesses have different working hours
      • 9am to 5pm is, generally, normal working hours
    • Businesses have to meet the needs of clients
      • Teachers
      • Nurses
      • Mechanic
  • 8. Where am I going and how will I get there?
    • Plan your journey
      • Bus/train/walk?
      • Time your potential journey, allowing for traffic/delays
    • Do a trial run
    • Use http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ and http://maps.google.co.uk/ to help you plan
  • 9. What sort of information will I deal with when at work?
    • Client information
    • Company information
    • General, task-related information
  • 10. Client information
    • The Data Protection Act dictates that data/information is treated with confidentiality.
      • Telephone numbers
      • Addresses
      • DoBs
      • Financial information (accounts numbers etc.)
      • Sensitive, personal information
    • You must not share client details with other people outside of the organisation, and sometimes with others working with you
  • 11. Client information: Examples
    • Working in a school, you are trusted with confidential information about young people
    • Working for a decorator, you might have information about the client’s valuable possessions in their home
  • 12. Company information
    • You may learn sensitive details about the company you work for
      • Clients
      • Financial/accounts information
      • Employee information
      • Profits
  • 13. General, task-related information
    • Information is vital to effective running of a business
      • People rely on information to fulfil their role/responsibilities
      • The sharing of relevant information is essential for a company to be successful
    • Make sure you pass on information when appropriate
      • If you are not sure… ask!
  • 14. Sharing my work experiences?
    • We like to share our day-to-day experiences, frustrations, successes with friends and family
    • Think about how, in what way, you do this
      • Many of us share information on the internet, through Facebook etc.
      • Think about who can read the information you share online…
      • Do you want people you work with to read your status updates?
  • 15. Privacy settings
  • 16. Recording your success
    • Recording your success will help you reflect on what you have learnt and achieved
    • It will also help you when you come to begin writing your CV
    • How can you do this?
      • Reflective journal
      • Diary
      • Blog
      • Facebook updates
  • 17. Where should I go to find out more about jobs and careers?
    • Library – careers sections
    • School – teachers, careers advisor
    • Internet – websites
    • Connexions – careers service and advisors
  • 18. Exploring careers and jobs
    • What do I need to do to get a job as a … nurse/fireman/lawyer etc.
    • Look at the career paths and plan what you need to achieve
      • Do I need to get specific GCSEs?
      • Is there a particular college course I should do?
      • Do I need to go to university?
      • Should I get an apprenticeship?
  • 19. Useful websites
    • BBC Student Life
      • http://bit.ly/4s8c0y
    • Connexions
      • http://www.connexions-direct.com
    • City and Guilds
      • http://www.cityandguilds.com
    • Need 2 Know
      • http://bit.ly/95rNt6
    • Careers Box
      • http://www.careersbox.co.uk/

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