In a rapidly changing world, more than ever young people need support to make informed choices about the career which is right for them. Learn to Earn provides an opportunity for all young people to understand the full range of opportunities that are available to them, to learn from employers about work and the skills that are valued in the workplace. From September 2020 we have adapted the programme so it can be delivered either in school or as a digital programme – find out more below. 

We have adapted Learn to Earn so it can be delivered either in school or as a digital programme from September 2020.


  • Suitable for students aged 12 – 19 year olds
  • Key stages 3, 4 & 5
  • Flexible group sizes
  • In-school delivery or digital programme available

Find out more below and register your interest for 20/21 here.

Find out more

In School Delivery

  • A fully trained and safeguarded member of staff will deliver the programme
  • It provides opportunities for live employee engagement, either face-to-face or via video link
  • There are a wide range of small group work activities facilitated throughout the day
  • All students receive a hard copy of our Jobs Directory listing nearly 100 different jobs across a range of industry sectors, including common entry requirements and expected income
  • 5 – 6 hours delivery time

Digital Programme

  • Students can our access digital learning platform either from home or using individual equipment in school
  • The full digital programme consists of seven units and takes around 2 hours to complete. This can be completed in bite-size chunks
  • Includes integrated employee encounter videos
  • Provides the opportunity for teacher led live employee engagement via video link
  • Students receive a certificate on completion
  • 1.5 – 2 hours delivery time

Learning outcomes for students

  • Explore personal hopes and dreams for the future
  • Calculate and balance realistic cost of living budgets
  • Consider a wide range of job and career options and how to make informed decisions
  • Access and use labour market information to inform career decisions
  • Understand the benefits of different progression options, including apprenticeships and STEM
  • Understand the skills valued by employers
  • Set SMART goals and plan next steps to achieve these goals
  • Know where to find information and support.
Register your interest for 20/21