The Work Experience Learning Frameworks were developed by The Centre for Education and Industry (CEI) at the University of Warwick for use with students aged 14 to 19. They were produced following research into placements in a wide variety of industrial and commercial sectors to identify the potential for student learning. The frameworks give an indication to students of the range of tasks that they might undertake whilst on placemen and the skills that they could acquire as a consequence.
This resource was developed some time ago, as is evident with some of the names of the sponsors and as a result there are some obvious omissions and unfortunately, no plans to extend the series.
However many employers still find them very helpful and they can be used in a variety of different ways and at different times, for example as part of the induction process, during the mid-placement review or at the end when evaluating the whole placement.
Select either pre or post 16 and then find your specific occupational area before picking out the matching “inner” with the pictorial descriptions of tasks and tick boxes. There is also a blank framework to customise for those occupational areas where a suitable framework is not available.
Pre 16 Post 16 Inner Pages
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