We have lots of resources for staff to access, from downloading benchmarking data to lesson plans to use with your work with students, if you don’t see the information you need on this page, please contact us.
The Huddersfield Graduate Attributes (HGA) framework has been created to articulate the skills, attitudes and capabilities that will equip students for success as workers, entrepreneurs and citizens in the world of tomorrow.
A suite of easy to follow lesson plans on popular employability topics conveniently collected into one BrightSpace module.
We have devised career timelines for each year group, providing a useful checklist of actions that students can undertake at each stage of their academic journey to help them to prepare for their future career.
Wellbeing and positivity are important factors in academic and career success. These staff training resources describe pedagogies, tools and exercises which promote student wellbeing with a particular emphasis upon employability.
So you can understand the challenges and opportunities facing graduates that the curriculum needs to address we’ve developed a suite of resources; the FWoW series. These are intended to support all aspects of curriculum development and enhancement, especially Course validation and subject review.
We take the latest information from professional bodies and employer organisations, extract the main messages so you can have an accurate and up to date picture of the graduate labour market.
An important resource, aimed at a student readership, which gives a flavour of the existing opportunities in the greater Leeds City region, Manchester, Sheffield and York and how to find work in these areas. This is a dual facing resource: intended for self-supported use by students; but also useful for staff to use with students.
For support resources please see the GO page in the staff resources section.
As part of the process of agreeing your School Enterprise and Employability Plan, each School can request a bespoke labour market report focusing upon a sector (or sub-sector) which is decided with your Careers Consultant to be a priority to address.
These will be written over the course of the academic year and published as they become available in an accessible PPT format to aid dissemination. You can access all in-progress sector reports here (please click documents on the left-hand menu).
Find out more about our Careers and Employability staff on our meet the team page