Every learner, and their parents, should have access to good quality information about future study options and labour market opportunities.
Presents over 100 different career options for each of your Level 3 courses
Displays key LMI data on a regional and national basis for every occupation
Maps your A Levels and BTECs to Foundation Degrees, HNCs, HNDs and Degrees
Based on real data from HESA, 'LMI for All', Unistats, Reed and icould
Over 800 careers videos of real people talking openly about their job
Integrated live job vacancy feed to understand regional availability
Over 350 occupations mapped to 26 job sectors for specific areas of interest
Progression routes highlight common courses for a chosen career
Use as a careers resource with current students to research future careers
Detailed analytics to see how Pathways is being used on your website
Customise colours to match your college brand - feels like part of your website
Helps your college meet Gatsby Good Career Benchmark #2
The sheer size of the task to add Labour Market Information into over 70 course pages has held us back. But with Pathways we have that solved. It's exactly what we needed, and more!
26 job sectors mapped to all occupation data allows your students to see potential careers in their specific area of interest.
Use as a careers resource with existing students where your IAG and careers staff can outline a large variety of career options and study routes, each with detailed labour market information and employment prospects.
Embed a specific Pathways job sector into your subject-area web pages to outline related careers and study routes to prospective students.
Speak to us about dynamically inserting Pathways into your web templates
If you're not from a college but would like to use Pathways, please get in touch to find out more.
We can show you how it works and how you can use it on your website. We'll answer your questions, and offer advice. There is no obligation to buy and we won't share your contact details with anyone else.
6th December 2018 by Stephen Lockhart