Entitlement statement

The aim of the entitlement statement is to make sure that everyone (students, staff and parents) know what CEIAG will involve, what to expect and also what will be expected of them.

For students, we will:

  • Treat and respect you as an individual.
  • give you the chance to develop skills and knowledge that will equip you to successfully enter the world of work
  • Support you when needed
  • Guarantee you access to careers information, advice and guidance which is up to date, comprehensives and unbiased including Labour Market Information.
  • Provide professional and expert guidance when you need it.
  • Provide access to information about all the options/pathways open to you once you leave College.

As members of staff, we expect that you will:

  • Actively help yourself as well as expecting us to help you.
  • Be prepared to learn and stretch yourself in order to reach your potential.
  • Be punctual and considerate of others
  • Be realistic and honest when thinking about options and making decisions.

As parents you can expect that we will:

  • Enable you to take an active part in the activities above through, for example, Parents' Consultation Evenings, Information Evenings, attending guidance meetings if you wish
  • Promote and practice equal opportunities for all young people regardless of gender, ethnic origin, disability etc.