Careers Programme

Our vision

Greenbank’s vision is that everyone should be able to achieve their full potential and feel valued for the contribution that they can make to everyday life and society.

Greenbank College strives to ensure that its learners are given the best preparation for the future through high-quality careers information, advice and guidance and meaningful encounters and opportunities with employers, training providers, education providers, apprenticeship providers and community organisations.

As a major provider of education and training for Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) students, Greenbank seeks to address very low levels of inclusion of SEND people within the workplace and to increase aspirations for all by building links with local employers and delivering employability skills within a structured programme.

Our Team

Meet the Careers and Employability Team:

How do we deliver our careers programme?

Our Careers Strategy and our Careers Programme is based on the eight Gatsby Benchmarks to ensure that we offer a stable and structured programme of high-quality career education to all our students.

We deliver this through:

How to contact our team:

Careers & IAG:

Amanda Tozer – amanda.tozer@greenbank.org.uk

Work Placement and Recruitment:

Sophie Preece – sophie.preece@greenbank.org.uk

Employability & Citizenship:

Michael Birch – michael.birch@greenbabnk.org.uk

Supported Internships:

Karen Haskayne (LUHFT) – karen.haskayne@greenbank.org.uk

Rebecca Roberts (LCC) – rebecca.roberts@greenbank.org.uk

Important Links

Greenbank College Careers Strategy

National Careers Service

Be More Apprenticeships

National Apprenticeship Service

UCAS

National Careers Week