Inspire Guide Change supports the five elements of the Passport to Success programme developed at Cambridge Regional College.
Each programme that we delivery will help participants to develop the skills necessary for successful progression and employment, all achieved through the badge of quality, the Passport to Success.
The five elements of the Passport to Success are: Specialist Skills, Core Skills, Employability Skills, Personal Learning Skills, Social & Community Skills. Employers and Higher Education institutions welcome applicants with well-developed vocational and specialist skills, good Maths, English and IT.
Good knowledge and understanding of your work area, personal responsibility, good communication and a passion for your chosen career are all important. CRC’s Passport to Success will give you a distinct advantage when it is time for you to progress to further and higher studies, or to employment.
Specialist Skills - industry qualifications & skills
Graduates are encouraged to use their specialist skills during the development of the social action project to ensure a successful event that helps their local community.
Core Skills - English, maths & IT
Inspire Guide Change supports the development of core skills throughout the National Citizen Service programme by encouraging good use of English during reflective, community and social action stages. Graduates have shown the ability to present their reflections and understanding in an appropriate manner using a variety of methods including displays, discussions and presentations. They are required to ensure all marketing material for their event meets professional standards.
Employability Skills - professional and entrepreneurial behaviours valued by employers
The sessions laid on by Inspire Guide Change support the development of skills vital for future employment. Participants will develop and lead a successful event to meet the aims of the National Citizen Service programme. Each person will play a key role within their team and will contribute to the ‘dragon dens’ styled presentation to gain sponsorship and endorsement from local businesses and organisations.
Personal Learning Skills - independent and deep learning
Participants will develop good communication, creative & logical thinking, problem solving, research, positive attitudes, time management & achieving personal goals.
Social and Community Skills - staying safe and healthy, respect and support for others, equality ad diversity
Our programmes provide participants with the opportunities that include enterprise and competitions, team activities, active involvement in our programmes through surveys, charity projects & fund-raising, volunteering & community work. All members involved in our programmes will show respect and support for others whilst staying safe and healthy.