Feb 27

A Free Poster to support your Careers Week discussions

We’ve been having fun creating a poster to support Careers Weeks in schools. Random words from the Careers4u.tv interviews and some simple questions have been put together to encourage students to start thinking about themselves and their future careers.

To download in high resolution,email      careersweek2015@careers4u.tv     and type POSTER in the subject line.

If you find it useful, let us know.

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Oct 15

An architect describes the various stages of a building project

How many stages are there to a building project? In this clip off the cutting room floor Vicky, a recently qualified architect runs through them. (we make it seven)

You can see Vicky’s full interview here.

Oct 14

Architect’s office – supporting roles.

Fancy a job in architecture but aren’t an architect? Well there are quite a few supporting roles to be had.
Here Vicky, a recently qualified architect runs through the various other jobs to be had in her office.

You can see Vicky’s full interview here.

Oct 14

Architecture – 7 years training

Its a long haul to train to be an architect but Vicki talks us through the process and explains how there are opportunties to earn at some stages.

 

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You can see Vicky’s full interview here.

Oct 07

Do I need a food safety or food hygiene certificate to work in a kitchen?

Experienced private chef, Hattie, explains how she has to regularly update her food safety certificate for agency work. A lot of it is commonsense but she believes any professional cook usually finds something useful from the refresher course.

View the full interview with Hattie here.

Oct 07

Chalet cook: Potato-peeler or Michelin-rated?

Hattie describes the different levels of competency needed to seasonal work in ski chalets and summer villas. Whether you are a professional chef or looking for a gap year job there could be an opportunity for you.

For more about the reality of the working as a cook in a ski resort, view the full interview with Hattie here.

May 21

Getting a foot in the door

Georgia who wanted to be an estate agent was given some good advice

But she had to get her foot in the door first.

Off the cutting-room floor is a series of short clippings that didn’t make the final Careers4u.tv edit but are still too good to loose forever. Georgia’s full interview can be found here

May 21

Can anyone become a farmer?

Verity (who does work on her family farm) says that there are routes into farming for people not born into the industry.

Off the cutting-room floor is a series of short clippings that didn’t make the final Careers4u.tv edit but are still too good to loose forever. Verity’s full interview can be found here

May 21

Rhian the Rhino Darter

Training to become a vet gave Rhian the chance to work on game reserves darting rhinos.

Off the cutting-room floor is a series of short clippings that didn’t make the final Careers4u.tv edit but are still too good to loose forever. Rhian’s full interview can be found here

May 21

What is a normal interview process?

This young import co-ordinator had to take a number of tests including psychometicric profiling. A bit scary but, he was given the job, and could be confident that the company knew his abilities and what they could expect from him.

Off the cutting-room floor is a series of short clippings that didn’t make the final Careers4u.tv edit but are still too good to loose forever. Sebastien’s full interview can be found here

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