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The program, delivered in short videos, offers guidance on all things young people don’t know they need to know, because they haven’t been told.
On this course you will learn:
- How to access all those vacancies that are never advertised
- How to find the jobs that employers are struggling to fill, the jobs where you won’t have much competition
- How to identify the thriving sectors of the job market as well as those who are about to go down the tubes
- How you can get in on the ground floor; how to identify the jobs of the future
As well as loads of other things you didn’t know about!
If you are not ready to commit to paying for these packages, you can firstly take part in Aspire Academy’s free trial. This will include three weeks of content from the course.
More than half of all jobs are filled without ever being advertised. If you didn’t know that, you’re at a serious disadvantage over young people who do. Building a network will help give you an advantage when it comes to finding jobs.
Degree or Apprenticeship
Whatever career you follow, your best option is almost certain to be either a degree or an apprenticeship…and this a decision you may need to take in year 11. But how do you decide which? You can find out with The Aspire Academy Program.
Do Your Own Research
Most 20 – 30 year olds I meet are not in careers they planned pursue when they were at school. They tell me these jobs were not even on their radar because they didn’t know they existed, this is why doing your own research is so important.
Applying For A Job
Job interviews are extremely competitive but it’s not difficult to outperform candidates who haven’t even bothered to prepare. Make sure you are prepared for writing C.V.s, interviews and impressing the employer.
Developing The Right Mind-Set
This module is all about experience and believeing in yourself. Has it ever occurred to you that people who are old enough to be your parents have less experience than you have?
The Employer's Mindset
It's all about value to the employer. Creating a salary to pay a new employee is an investment in the company’s future, as opposed to a mere cost. Learn what the employer is always thinking and looking for in their employees.
Working For Yourself
Working for yourself is not everyone’s cup of tea; but neither is working for a boss! You may be the kind of person who likes the thought of being your own boss. The internet has made it the easiest time for young people to set up on their own in living memory.