CDI Framework – Careers Unit

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The CDI Framework Explored – This is a 6 lesson Careers / PSHE unit for secondary schools. These New lessons are mapped to both the new CDI framework and the skills builder framework. Every lesson comes with Homework opportunities and will help support your school in achieving Gatsby Benchmark 4.

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The CDI Framework Explored – Cre8tive Careers New Unit

This is a 6 lesson Careers / PSHE unit for secondary schools. These New lessons are mapped to both the new CDI framework and the skills builder framework. Every lesson comes with Homework opportunities and will help support your school in achieving Gatsby Benchmark 4.

Contents
6 Lesson Packs (See below for Contents)
1 x Growth Mindset Assembly
1 x STEM Careers Lesson
1 x Careers in Film Escape Quiz

Lesson Topics
…Grow Throughout life
…Explore possibilities
…Manage Career
… Create Opportunities
… Balance life and Work
…See the bigger picture

Each Lesson Pack Contains:

  • 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support careers Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning)
  • Student Worksheet(s) are included with some lessons
  • Homework Activity
  • Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker)
  • Teacher Notes (On some slides)
  • Focus on literacy
  • 1 Hours worth of activities – including timings for every activity

**Learning Outcomes for the unit **

• being aware of the sources of help and support available and responding positively to feedback • being aware that learning, skills and qualifications are important for career • being willing to challenge themselves and try new things • recording achievements • being aware of heritage, identity and values
being aware of the range of possible jobs • identifying common sources of information about the labour market and the education system • being aware of the main learning pathways (e.g. university, college and apprenticeships) • being aware that many jobs require learning, skills and minimum qualifications • being aware of the range of different sectors and organisations where they can work • being aware of the range of ways that organisations undertake recruitment and selection
recognising the different ways in which people talk about career and reflecting on its meaning to them • building their confidence and optimism about their future actively planning, prioritising and setting targets for their future
being aware that it is important to take initiative in their learning and life • being aware that building a career will require them to be imaginative and flexible • developing the ability to communicate their needs and wants • being able to identify a role model and being aware of the value of leadership
reflecting on the different ways in which people balance their work and life recognising the role that they play in their family and community and considering how that might shape their career • considering how they want to move through different life stages and manage different life roles
• being aware of the relationship between career and the natural environment • being aware of the relationship between career, community and society • being aware of the relationship between career, politics and the economy

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