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KPMG WorkReady

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Available across the UK
Scotland
Northern Ireland
Wales
England - North East
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Ages
0 - 4
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18 - 21
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Delivery
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Online
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Independently / Self-serve
ListeningSpeakingProblem SolvingCreativityStaying PositiveAiming HighLeadershipTeamwork
Impact Level 2Impact Level 1Impact Level 3Impact Level 4

Students have the opportunity to think about how they would utilise the latest cutting-edge technologies in a collaborative problem-solving challenge based on real-life KPMG client briefs.

The workshops are hosted in school and provide students with an essential insight into the world of work and technology's impact on the workplace, whilst developing their core transferable skills and exploring innovative technologies. There is also the opportunity for KPMG volunteer support, giving students the chance to engage with employers and hear from professionals in the industry.

KPMG WorkReady supports skills development to Impact Level 3 by giving them the opportunity to apply their essential skills to immersive workplace tasks. The Universal Framework is introduced at the beginning and referred to throughout the workshop in addition to students being prompted to reflect on their confidence in their skills development.

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