Previously known as The Transformation Trust

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Network Rail: Track to the Future

Programme name:

Track to the Future

Sector:

Public Sector: Rail Infrastructure and Asset Management

Corporate partner:

Network Rail

Where the programme will run:

Milton Keynes/Bedfordshire & Birmingham

Key Stage:

4

Year group:

11

Number of students from each school who can take part:

 

20

Location of programme:

In school (face to face) and at the Network Rail office (restrictions permitting)

Duration of the programme: 

4 x 3 hours workshops

Requirements from school:

 

One member of school staff to support each session, completing and submitting the relevant booking form and ensuring that all students attend all sessions.

Cost of programme:

Free

Description:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are offering a fully facilitated group employability programme for students in Year 11, supported by Network Rail.

The multi-part programme will see mentors from Network Rail support students through four highly interactive and engaging sessions exploring the rail industry, specifically the Programme Management or Technology streams, among many other fascinating subjects.

 

Students will develop key transferable skills such as innovation and creativity, while also learning about key competencies such as accountability, collaboration, and responding to challenging situations.

 

Two sessions will be delivered in school and two will be delivered at the Network Rail offices (restrictions permitting).

Relevant Gatsby Benchmarks:

 

 

 

Gatsby Benchmark 2 - Learning from career and labour market information.

Gatsby Benchmark 4 - Linking curriculum learning to careers.

Gatsby Benchmark 5 - Encounters with employers and employees.

Gatsby Benchmark 6 - Experiences of workplaces.

How to book:

 

Call to speak to a member of our dedicated Schools Liaison Team on 0207 148 0934 to check eligibility and then submit a booking form here.

How places are allocated:

 

These are allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis to schools in our target cohort (higher than average numbers of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding).