Information for Young People
eCLIPS is an easy-to-use information system. With details on over 500 jobs and careers, eCLIPS can meet all of your career information needs. The system also includes a wide range of leaflets on topics relating to career choice, education, training and employment as well as information on lifestyle topics such as relationships and health. To view a demo of the system, eCLIPS can be accessed through the Island Futures service. Please phone or email us by using the details in the 'Contact' tab above.
Home-to-School & Post-16 Transport Policies
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School Admission Policies
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CV, Covering Letters and Attending Interviews
For more information on how to apply for job vacancies and be successful at interviews, please visit the National Careers Service website.
If you need face to face support with CV, covering letters and attending interviews, please contact the Island Futures service by using the details in the 'Contact' tab above.
Raised Participation Age
Since the introduction of the Government's Raised Participation Age the arrangements about leaving school have changed. All young people must remain in education or training after year 11 until they turn 18. This could be by continuing at school, going to college, going into employment / an apprenticeship or volunteering (with part time learning).
For young people who are NEET (Not in Education, Employment, Training), child benefit may stop if they are not registered with the Island Futures team. It is therefore important that all young people who are NEET register with the Island Futures team to be issued with an extended child benefit claim form. View further details of the law relating to Child Benefit provided on the GOV.UK website.
The Law describes how many hours young people may legally work and what type of work they are allowed to do. It also describes the requirements for businesses who wish to employ young people. For further information and guidance please GOV.UK website.
National Minimum Wage
The Law states the minimum wage that young people and adults must be paid whether in work or on an Apprenticeship. Employers must adhere to this legislation. For further details please GOV.UK website.