Key Facts

With careful planning every curriculum subject can be linked to practical everyday and work- related skills and settings.

Top Tips for Delivery

Map out the work-related provision in all areas including pastoral, vocational and subject areas.
Have a strong strategic overview with respect to the curriculum, staffing, budget and outcomes. []

Case Study

The BiYP programme makes integrating employability into the curriculum a streamlined process – saving valuable time and resources – and also enables us to track student employability and skills development and gain destination data through the BiYP portal. When it comes to meeting Ofsted requirements, instant access to such information is invaluable.
Paul McIntyre Assistant Head at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School in London

By connecting educators with employers, Believe in Young People (BiYP) provides an end-to-end managed service through an integrated employability programme leading to apprenticeships or employment. Within its programme, BiYP also provides:
- personalised CIAG
- structured work experience placements and mentoring
- employer school visits and workshops.

For more information see: Believe in young people

Link to Research
Ofsted (2015) Examples of good practice in employability training 

Funded providers

Careers & Enterprise Fund 2016 grant recipients
Mentoring Fund grant recipients