NMLLEN networks with schools and businesses to provide young people the access to meaningful engagements with the employment market to give them the confidence and capacity to make informed choices about their career aspirations.
By engaging in a practical work placement arrangement, students can apply classroom learning from a Vocational Education and Training (VET) subject to a real world setting. NMLLEN brokers key partnerships between schools, employers and other stakeholders to support student’s learning and create an awareness about local industry needs and employability skills.
How does NMLLEN engage students and schools?
- Organising structured workplace learning, work experience and school based apprenticeships and traineeships
- Organising guest speaker sessions with presenters from various local industries
- Organising industry tours and workplace visits
- Organising mock interviews and work-readiness preparation for students
- Develop and implement initiatives/programs with key stakeholders to benefit the region’s schools and industry.
Benefits of School Industry engagement for employers:
Young people are not the only ones to benefit from employer engagement. Engaging with students has positive impacts for industry.
- Build local links with local schools can help enhance your business’ reputation by showing you are community minded and have a social responsibility to local people.
- Engaging various staff from different departments and levels can help build morale. It can also support staff development, motivation and retention.
- Encourage students to consider your industry as a viable career by showcasing roles that currently exist and addressing the pathways options available.
- Access future workforce and engage directly with young people and create a buzz about your industry.
- School employer engagement events provide you with the opportunity to myth bust any preconceived assumptions about what jobs within your Industry look like.
Would you like to learn more about School employer engagement and how NMLLEN can help?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or fill out the contact form.