Evidencing student employability skills and careers guidance provision

Recording employability skills, careers guidance provision, activities and events is essential to evidencing the quality and the impact of your careers programme and helping your school to provide students with the best possible careers service.

Evidencing skills and careers guidance provision is made easy with Grofar as these 4 steps demonstrate.

1) Add activity to a student

Activity is added to a student timeline automatically after a scheduled activity, event or one to one counselling session. Activities can also be added manually by a member of the careers service or by a student themselves. Activities can be added to individual students or entire groups of students.

Add Student Activity

2) Review activity on the student timeline

Activity is record against a student timeline so that a full history of careers guidance provision is logged.

Student Activity Log

3) Employability skills and provision overview on student profile

See a summary of student employability skills and provision on the student passport. The skills section shows the number of activities where skills have been evidenced and a spider chart to highlight strengths and skills gaps.

Student Passport

4) See provision recorded in the student database

Provision for each student is highlighted in the student database so you can ensure each student receives the necessary careers guidance and those lagging behind can be easily identified.

Student Database

 

Grow your Employer and Alumni network

Developing a strong employer & alumni network is key to providing a high-quality careers service.

Having access to external services and extra resources enables careers services to a provide more opportunities and great careers guidance at minimal cost.

Maintaining contacts, services and SLA’s is admin intensive. Grofar takes care of this for you.

Grofar have released the Business and Alumni portals so that employers and alumni members can complete their own profiles and manage the services that they can provide your school.

Learn how to develop your Employer and Alumni network in minutes and find out what your community can do for you.

4 ways to build your employer and alumni network

1) Email & Newsletter Invite

Include the registration link in emails or your termly newsletters to Employers and Alumni. Alternatively add the link to your school email footer.

Business email & newsletter invite

2) School Website Invite

Include the html registration link provided on your school website.

School Website Invite

3) Email List Invite 

Copy a list of email addresses and send out invites.

Business email & newsletter invite

4) Spreadsheet Import

Provide us with a spreadsheet of existing business or alumni contacts and we will import them for you.

Spreadsheet Invite

3 benefits that will save you time

1) Employers & Alumni manage their profiles

Employers and Alumni manage their own profiles and services and take care of the admin for you.

Business Profile

2) Get notified when a new Employer or Alumni registers

You will receive an in-app and email notifications when employers and alumni register.

Business Registration Alert

When an employer or alumni registers you can approve or decline requests.

Approve Decline Registration

3) See what services are available to your careers service

Use the Business and Alumni Databases to explore the services provided. Group businesses and alumni and record interactions and engagements.

Business Database Table