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Our strategic partners financially support us to expand our work - either through developing new programmes or extending into new areas. We couldn’t grow without them and thank them for all their support.
Our employer partners periodically host visits to their workplaces by groups of students, who get a chance to meet employees and ask questions. Volunteers and students then get to work on a challenge that gives a flavour of what the organisation does.

15billionebp bring together education, businesses and other partners to inspire young people to achieve their potential and thereby promote social mobility.

They deliver a wide variety of careers education programmes for children and young people aged 4-18 years old. Their key programmes at secondary level are work experience placements, tailored work related learning programmes for secondary schools, mentoring, and their dedicated team of qualified careers advisors providing individual and group careers guidance interviews/activities. They also deliver a number of pioneering careers programmes for primary schools; including the World of Work programme and East London Children’s University. They are well placed to support children and young people in London to develop their transferable skills and make informed decisions about their future career choices. In addition, 15billionebp have a dedicated Management Information team, with extensive knowledge of national CCIS requirements, database management, training, hosting and reporting. They provide full Information Management services to meet CCIS, Youth Service, Youth Justice and Work Experience requirements. These are used at a strategic level to record, track, monitor progress, identify and provide additional support to over 150,000 young people.

Their key partners are schools, local authorities and businesses — without their support, this pioneering work wouldn’t be possible.

15billionebp is an innovative careers education charity that has been committed to transforming young futures for over 25 years. They will be aligning their primary and secondary work with schools to include the Skills Builder language and steps, highlighting to the students how these essential skills will be so relevant for their successful future.

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How they use the Skills Builder Framework
Explicit and consistent use of language from Framework
Connecting with partners around common skills
Audit of existing programme content
Assessment of programme impact
Reflection with learners on programme experience
Training for delivery team
Additional offer to schools (e.g. Hub resources)
Increase specificity and focus within programme (e.g. refer to specific steps, rather than whole skill)
Measuring learner baseline to differentiate programme/intervention
Sharing best practice with other skills-building organisations
Development or co-creation of new content