Do you live in Northern Ireland? Are you 13-18? Thinking about your future? Become a young inspector and share your views!
With so many choices it can be hard to know what you want to do. Careers support and advice is there to help you look at your choices and see what is best for you.
What does a young inspector do?
We are looking for young people 13- 18 years to review the support they get in school and college. As a young inspector your mission will be to look at the support that is available and give advice onwhat can be improved.
This will include what you think is good about the careers support and what could be better to help.
- Interested in being involved? Join us at a free training day on Sunday 2 September in Belfast
- meet other deaf young people
- make things better for deaf young people
- find out more about being a young campaigner
- amazon gift card.
After the training day, you will then go into their schools and inspect their careers support.
Travel costs, food and communication support (interpreters, palantypists etc.) will be covered by us.
Apply now! You have until Friday 17 August
How do I join?
We want to make sure deaf young people in Northern Ireland get the right help to reach their dreams. Be a young inspector and help share your views and ideas on the career support you have had.
If you want to share your ideas to help make things better for deaf young people in Northern Ireland, here’s what you need to do:
- Apply by Friday 17th August
- Email: Helen.Ferguson@ndcs.org.uk OR
- Fill in this survey online: https://cypteam.typeform.com/to/mvX5hJ