How can Education get involved?
DYW Moray need Education to work collaboratively with all partners in order to help develop the career management skills of our young people in Moray. A common understanding across all parties needs to be developed to ensure Moray's young people get as many opportunities to develop these skills.
DYW Moray are also supporting the Moray Skills Pathway, to get local employers and educationalists to meet - aiming to ensure our young people get at least 4 exposures to each of the 8 key growth sectors in Moray, before they make their subject choices in 3rd Year of Secondary School for their 4th Year.
If a school would like DYW Moray to assist them with engaging with a local employer for a specific activity and for tracking purposes within the Moray Skills Pathway, they are kindly asked to complete the most relevant Growth Sector Activity Overview Guide (AOG) below and email the request with the AOG attached to email@example.com. If your request does not fit within a Growth Sector then please use the general template. There are PDF examples for reference.
Learning and Childcare
Health & Life Sciences
Engineering & Manufacturing
Food/Drink & Tourism
Creative & Digital
PARTNER WITH EMPLOYERS
RAISE AWARENESS OF CAREER PATHWAYS IN MORAY
Developing Career Management
PROMOTE WORK EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITIES
The Moray Education Landscape
Moray College UHI
8 Secondary Schools
45 Primary Schools
Did you know?
Out of the 4,236 16-19 year olds in Moray in 2016, 91% are participating in education, training or employment.
What are the benefits to Pupils?
An opportunity for their school to work in partnership with industry
Create new opportunities for them to learn about, for and through work
Create more sector pathway opportunities
Inspire young people through employer engagement