Careerpilot maps to statutory guidance /Links to other resources

How Careerpilot maps to Gatsby and Careers Statutory Guidance 2018

Careerpilot can be at the centre of a school/college's careers plan for Y7 - Y13.

Careerpilot is a free to use website co-funded by 20 universities in the South of England.

Careerpilot can sit in the centre of a school or college careers provision/plan for young people from Y7 - Y13.  

You can see suggested Careerpilot activities for each year group here.

Or download a resource which shows this information 

Download: Activities to do in each year group Y7-Y13

It can also be a central source of information and support to the designated Careers Leader, teachers/tutors and parents.

Careerpilot offers a student site with information on the full range of choices at 14, 16 and 18 and information on19 job sectors linked to 100s of job profiles which include labour-market information. The Career Tools enable young people to personalise and save their choices and record their learning from the activities they do, including from employer encounters or work experience. Their record moves up with them as they go through the school/college.

The site has a Reporting Zone where school/college Careers Leaders and other school/college staff can monitor the choices students make. The Reporting Zone can also be used to record reports from one to one guidance sessions/tutor meetings, etc. You can view a sample Careerpilot Student Report here.

The site also includes an Adviser and Parent Zone.

Careerpilot maps to many of the requirements of the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks 

Careerpilot should be mentioned by schools/colleges when they complete the CEC's Compass Toolkit

Download: How Careerpilot maps to the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks for schools

Download: How Careerpilot maps to the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks for colleges

Careerpilot maps to many requirements of the new Careers Statutory Guidance 2018

You can view the Statutory Guidance Oct 2018 here

Download: 15 ways Careerpilot maps to the Careers Statutory Guidance 2018

To find out more about Careerpilot: