School Liaison Service
Our School Liaison Service is here to help you
The School Liaison Service can help you with:
- One-to-one guidance
- Help with application forms
- Checking progress of applications
- Information on extra opportunities at college including how to apply for apprenticeships
- Careers advice
- Advice about college interviews
- Arranging tasters and master classes to try out different courses
- Advice about university and higher education
- Working with your school to ensure a smooth transition between high school and sixth form
2018-19 open nights will take place at TyneMet College, Battle Hill Drive, Wallsend from 4:30pm-7pm
- 5th February 2019
- 5th March 2019
- 2nd April 2019
- 7th May 2019
- 4th June 2019
- 2nd July 2019
Throughout the year we run a range of interactive taster sessions for you to get a taster of TyneMet. You'll have the opportunity to participate in activities, tour our facilities and find out more about our courses.
Check out our events page for all dates.
Why attend a Taster Workshop?
Taster workshops are the best way to see if a course is 100% right for you.
It is the perfect opportunity to have a look around campus, meet staff and other students who are thinking about choosing that course as well as asking our current students what college life is like at TyneMet.
Try out a trade at TyneMet’s specialist construction centre. We have invested £2.6 million into brand new construction facilities so our workshops are a perfect opportunity to see if a career in construction is 100% right for you.
- Carpentry & Joinery
- Electrical Installations
- Kitchen/Bathroon Fitting
- Painting & Decorating
- Plastering/Dry Lining
To book into one of our interactive workshops head over to our events section.
Support for Schools
In line with the new government legislation around schools requirement to give impartial and unbiased Information, Advice and Guidance to young people, the School Liaison Service offers a wide range of opportunities to support schools with careers and progression advice. A wide range of engaging and dynamic techniques are used including the following;
- Assemblies and Presentations from Year 7 to Year 13 Sixth Form Students
- One-to-one guidance for specific learners
- Help with application forms
- Checking progress of applications with school leads and careers advisors
- Support for parents evenings and career days in schools such as Career Speed Dating and Information Sessions.
- In-School taster workshops and subject specific activities for all vocational course areas
- Tours and visits to vocational course areas
- Progression and course information support for teachers and careers advisors
- Arranging tasters and to try out different courses
- Support with STEM focused events
As each school has different requirements, the TyneMet School Liaison Service is a very reactive and can be tailored to individual requests however small.
100% of school leads surveyed agreed that the School Liaison Service offers a tailored and reactive service for their pupils.
The most effective engagement offered from the School Liaison Service was noted as “First hand in-sight into TyneMet and QA courses” and “Committed support for pupils across a range of techniques”.
Support for Sixth Forms
Tyne Metropolitan College offers a wide range of Higher Education Courses, enabling the School Liaison Service to offer Advice, Guidance and Support with;
- Course Information Sessions (Presentations, Workshops etc)
- Support with UCAS Applications
- Funding and Financial advice
- Progression Opportunities
Contact the School Liaison Service
If you have any queries about your next steps or what to find out more about our events, contact us on 0191 229 5112 or email email@example.com
“The School Liaison Officer is extremely well organised, her personality and enthusiasm mean that young people can relate to her, she pitches it at just the right level.”
Marden High School
“There is a lot of professional respect between the school and the college. The School Liaison Service has fostered a positive and fruitful relationship with our high school.”
John Spence Community High School