Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance

Welcome to the Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) at Cowley International College.

The designated CEIAG Lead at Cowley: Mr Colin Mercure. Telephone the main reception on 01744 678 030 or email: colin.mercure*at*cowleysthelens.org.uk.

The CEIAG programme is planned, monitored and evaluated by the Assistant Principal (Curriculum Developer), Mr Colin Mercure, the Work Related Learning Manager, Mr Ray Mason, and Mr Paul Harper, Careers Administration.

Within the links below, you will find information across CEIAG providing a useful resource for both students of Cowley and their parents/carers.

Cowley International College is committed to providing a
planned programme of careers education, information, advice
and guidance for all students in Years 7-13, in partnership with a
provider of independent and impartial advice (Career
Connect).

The careers programme is designed to meet the needs of
students at Cowley International College. It follows the Gatsby
Benchmarks and is differentiated and personalised to ensure
progression through activities that are appropriate to students’
stages of career learning, planning and development.

Careers Newsletters

Please find below links to the latest Careers newsletters which go out to all Year 10-13 students with details of upcoming Careers events and other useful information.

25th November 2022

18th November 2022

11th November 2022

CareerMag – magazine for school leavers with Careers information

Click the image above to read/download the latest issue

Career Roadmap

Click the image above to access the interactive career roadmap.

Career of the Week

Every week, around school we promote a selected career/job on the video screens, in team time and online. You can find the Career of the Week presentation and information about the selected careers below.

Click the image to find the Careers of the Week

Other useful links

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Policy

Work Related Learning and Enterprise Policy

DfE Careers guidance and access for education and training providers – October 2018

Shaping Futures – Shaping Futures aim to provide all secondary schools and colleges across the Liverpool City region with comprehensive, impartial information, advice and support on all matters relating to Higher Education in one easily accessible place.