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Careers & Employability

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Dedicated careers and enterprise professionals in this arena support a variety of individuals from very diverse backgrounds in embarking on their professional futures in their chosen industry.  With constant changes in government funding, these roles are often adapting and evolving to meet the needs of government initiatives or organisational focuses.

Responsibilities and Duties for Careers & Employability Roles

The aim of career and employability professionals is to work closely in most cases with individuals who are NEET (not in employment, education, or training) to successfully secure paid employment.  Mentoring, training, and programme initiatives are tools used by employability professionals in ensuring those in the programme become work ready as quickly as possible, all relative to the barriers they are facing.  In addition to this, career and employability professionals often partake in employee engagement  in order to broker job roles, working with stakeholders and medium to large employers in the community in seeking positions for work ready candidates to apply for.

Skills Required for Careers & Employability Jobs

Other areas in this field include providing careers guidance within Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE) organisations, working with both international and national students and adults in providing them with sound advice in various scenarios which could include apprenticeships, work placements, university or college courses, access to funding and various other services.

Many professionals within this field will have an IAG (Information Advice Guidance) qualification.





At TPP, our principles guide everything we do and our people are committed to driving them through every aspect of our business, using them as the foundation stones on which to build mutually beneficial relationships with our candidates and clients.

As part of our commitment to the third sector, we have set up a TPP Giving Back programme, offering various additional free services to non-profit organisations. 

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