Schools want their students to thrive in life, but with limited resources it can be hard to give them enough support and information to choose the right career.
Yet we believe every student should have this opportunity. Swivel Careers collaborates with Heads of Schools and Careers Departments to build on existing programmes with one-on-one career coaching and group workshops designed to prepare students for working life.
Our experienced career coaches are deeply passionate about what they do and committed to helping students find career paths they’ll love. And as the sister company of Kinetic Recruitment, we’re on the pulse of the job market as well as the latest industry trends and forecasts.
Our in-school programme gives students a holistic view of who they are and which careers may suit them, while also preparing them for the working world with practical skills and insights.
We recommend that schools incorporate one-on-one coaching in their programme, as this creates a supportive space for students to learn about themselves and open up about their ambitions and concerns.
Our coaches start by building a profile of the student, using psychometric tools such as personality and ability assessments. They then go deeper, exploring what the student is interested in and why. They take the student through different career options and act as a sounding board, providing realistic advice to help the student to gain clarity and come to their own conclusions.
We offer a range of group workshops that focus on preparing students for the workforce. They’ll learn essential skills, gain insights and develop the confidence to apply for jobs successfully and do well in their careers from day one.
Principals often tell us that their schools lack the resources to provide high quality, current careers advice. As a result many students today are leaving school without a clear idea of what they want to do, and parents are funding costly tertiary mistakes.
Our programme will help set your school apart and offers exceptional value for money.