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Contents
Contents Page 3

Interpretation of the Statutory Requirement Page 5

Unit 1 About Me and Work Page 9

Unit 2 Opportunities Page 27

Unit 3 Self-Employment and Social Responsibility Page 37

Unit 4 Transition - Preparation for Post-16 Page 47

Acknowledgements Page 79

All the Activity Sheets in this resource are available in PDF format at
www.nicurriculum.org.uk to ensure maximum quality in their reproduction.

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Interpretation of the
Statutory Requirement
The Statutory Requirement for Education for Employability at Key Stage 4 has been
interpreted into the points below, which are cross referenced in the four units of work
for this programme. Interpretation of the statutory statements is organised under
the specific headings (e.g. Work in the Local and Global Economy) and numbered for
reference alongside the specific units, e.g. Unit 1: About Me and Work W4, W5.

WORK IN THE LOCAL CAREER MANAGEMENT AND ENTERPRISE AND


AND GLOBAL ECONOMY PERSONAL CAREER PLANNING ENTREPRENEURSHIP

1. Identify opportunities for 1. Methods of recruitment 1. What is self-employment?


self-employment - local examples
- in the local area 2. Methods of selection - visit to/from self-employed
- within Northern Ireland person
3. Review steps necessary
2. What is globalisation? for career planning 2. Building your own business
- examples of local firms - benefits
- examples of national firms 4. Develop a personal plan - challenges
- examples of global based on relevant information - relevant sources of support
organisations and guidance
- lifelong learning
3. Advantages/disadvantages:
- going to work abroad
- migrant workers coming
here to work

4. Employers’ and employees’


rights and responsibilities

5. What makes a good working


environment
- staff facilities
- working relationships

6. Social responsibility
- what it is
- reasons for it

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Acknowledgements
CCEA is grateful to the following for their contribution
to the development of these materials:

• Una Orr, Cedar Lodge School, Newtownabbey


• Dawn Patterson, Fort Hill College, Lisburn
• Myrtle Shannon, Jordanstown Special School, Newtownabbey

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