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National Apprenticeship Week

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) – Parent and Carers Pack

National Careers Week

National Careers Week (NCW) is a one-week celebration of careers guidance – Monday 6th – 11th March 2023.

The aim is to provide a focus for careers guidance activity at an important stage in the academic calendar to help support students to develop awareness and excitement about their future pathways.

There are a wide range of free quality CEIAG resources that link education with the world of employment to ensure students get an important insight to the future of work and further learning.

NCW is a dedicated week every year allowing schools, colleges, universities, alternative provision settings and organisations to work towards.

It’s backed-up with free high-quality printable, downloadable, digital and video resources for educators to support planning and delivery.

The resources and activities are available all year round so you can make any of your CEIAG / Careers activities come to life – whenever you do them. (But of course NCW would really love you to get involved!)

Click the links below and jump to:

  • Dream job
  • ‘Career we Go’ workshop
  • Best and worst careers advice
  • Quiz: What’s the perfect careers for you?
  • Where next?

National Careers Week 2023

What are you doing for National Careers Week?

Careers continues to be embedded throughout Moseley Park School, throughout the school year, but National Careers Week (6th-11th March) is a great chance to do something extra, or launch a new idea.

There are loads of resources and ideas around.

Careers Week 2023 Resource (

Parents/Carers Guide

Download the NCW Parents guide to national careers week

Download Moseley Park’s NCW Presentation

Download National Careers Week Resources

What is Unifrog?

  • Unifrog believe that destinations – where students end up after school – is even more important than their academic performance. They partner with schools to support students to progress into the best opportunity for them.
  • Unifrog do this by providing a one-stop-shop where students can explore their interests, then find and successfully apply for their best next-step after school.

Download the Unifrog Parent Launch Presentation (PDF Version)

Download the Unifrog Parent Launch Presentation (PowerPoint Version)

The Career Guide provides exclusive insights on how students can succeed in their careers after school, including advice on how to find the right career, build resilience and use creativity in the workplace.

InvestIN Career Guide

The Guide is suitable for ages 12-18. We kindly ask you to share this email with your students to help them in their career journeys.