The British Army Employability resources give students the support they need in 2021 as they face new obstacles including remote interviews and increasingly competitive positions.
Available for Careers Week 2021, the Employability digital resources for key stage 4 capture everything students should watch out for, from body language to your final statement, as well as highlighting the importance of essential skills they need for the job market, including writing applications and developing interview strategy. The British Army is one of the biggest employers in the UK and with these resources, students can gain a valuable insight into what they look for in a prospective employee.
Employability is set to be one of the biggest concerns for young people this year as the job opportunities become increasingly limited and competitive as a result of the pandemic. These resources offer simple and effective methods for students on how to best prepare themselves for that next big step in their lives. With sample interview questions and scenario briefings that can be used by students both in the classroom or via remote learning.
The resources showcase a range of careers across STEM, Arts and Humanities, from Army Comms Engineer to English Language Teacher, which gives students an idea of the requirements in their chosen profession. The British Army looks at every candidate with a great level of detail and so following their instruction ensures any young person can be fully prepared for a future application.
Major Jennifer Close said: “We know that many first-time applicants are facing obstacles this year and, as one of the biggest employers in the UK, we at the British Army know what to look for in our applications and we’re happy to share our expertise through these Employability resources.”
To learn more about employability, check out the free downloadable resources at: https://apply.army.mod.uk/base/lessons/employability-skills