Cannock Chase High School is committed to preparing students for the world of work. Mrs Allen is the academy’s full time careers manager with a level 6 qualification in careers information, advice and guidance. Having worked at CCHS for three years, she has dedicated time to building a careers curriculum that supports students in being competitive candidates for jobs, apprenticeships, college courses, sixth forms and universities places.
During academic year 2015/16, over 50 companies had 8000 participations with students through careers fairs, mock interviews and CV writing sessions. For more information regarding participations and employer engagement, please read our Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Annual Review document.
CEIAG Annual Review 2015/16
Moving forward in line with local economic growth, Cannock Chase High School is proud to announce its partnership with Mid-Counties Co-operative. This company employs around 5000 local people and operates in the following sectors:
- Leisure and Tourism
- Professional and Business Services
- Digital and creative
- Health and Social care
- Logistics and Distribution
Mid-Counties Co-operative will be continuing to support the delivery of CIAG across all year groups and will also include provision of extracurricular activities through volunteering, awareness of sustainability and fair trade.
Mrs Allen is now running employer breakfasts twice a year to allow networking and developing of those all-important relationships. If you would like to be kept informed of the next date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title 'Employer Breakfast'.
If you are keen to work with Cannock Chase High School and support our CIAG and aspirations work, helping to inspire the next generation of workers, get in touch - our door is always open.