When recruiting, employers look not only at qualifications, but also that young people can demonstrate how to analyse facts and situations as well as create solutions to problems.
With the support of local employers, Education Business Partnership workshops help prepare students in a vartiety of ways;
Helping students to understand and produce an effective range of tools they can use for application into higher, further education, training and employment.
Practical activities that help develop the non-academic 'soft skills' valued by employers.
Developing students' team building' and 'problem solving skills' in work-like simulations and scenarios.
Creating a platform for students to learn presentation and communication skills.