Designing the perfect open day is no small task.
Some agency’s will have the capacity to organise the whole day themselves and may already have relationships with local colleges and universities, whereas others may not. With this in mind, the IPA has sourced a range of partners that specialise in planning such days along with recruiting the right visitors to meet your agency’s future recruitment needs.
Each organisation on the list below has a range of services that may well fit with your needs and budgets. They each vary in capabilities and price so please research all of them before you choose who (if any) you go with.
If you have any questions please contact Phillipa@ipa.co.uk
About: There is a digital revolution sweeping the globe and UK is at the forefront of this. Digital technology is transforming the way we live, work and play and in so doing is creating new career opportunities and jobs that didn’t even exist a couple of years ago. Digital Advantage is a Pop-up Digital Agency that captures the energy of this revolution and brings industry trainers, work experience and digital skills into your College or School.
About: Creative Skillset works with the UK’s screen-based creative industries to develop skills and talent, from classroom to boardroom.
About: The Ideas Foundation exists to identify and nurture creatively gifted 13-19 year olds. And to inspire creativity in young people by giving them a chance to work on real life business problems with leading figures in the industry.
About: Inspiring the Future are a free service connecting over 6,000 schools and colleges from all across the UK, with volunteers from the world of work for a range of careers activities. To help broaden horizons and inspire the next generation to reach for the stars.
About: Working with employer partners, together, we help give young people critical employability skills whilst connecting them with work experience and employment opportunities to ensure they succeed in life and at work. We also work with thousands of schools, colleges and universities to connect students to employers who are looking for their next generation of talent.
About: NYA are the national body for youth work and they aim to unlock young people’s potential by providing high quality youth work support and opportunities.
Rad our vision and mission statement here.
About: One EBP aims to inform and inspire young people by giving them first-hand experience of the world of work. Working across the London Boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster they work with over 3,000 businesses and 30 plus academies, colleges and secondary schools across these areas.
About: Uptree is a careers network that connects schools and school leavers to industry professionals and businesses. They are bridging the gap between education and employment and enabling companies to access diverse talent as well as helping young people to get professionally connected.
About: FutureRising provides careers advice to young people in order to identify the best talent for the creative industry. Their work with over 90 institutions has created a diverse pool of great talent.
About: Global Academy is a university technical college set up so students work towards GCSE or A Level qualifications, whilst learning all the hands-on skills needed to work in the broadcast and digital media industry in state-of-the-art surroundings in Hayes, London.