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Work Experience 

We offer work experience placements for Year 10 and 11 students with employers and partners across London. 

Due to our success rate and client relationships, we are able to provide a wide range of placements in the tech, digital, creative and construction industries.


Work experience can last anything from a few weeks to a few months, depending on the employer and the work experience programme.

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Apply what you learn

When knowledge isn’t used, it’s quickly forgotten.

At EET Group we pride ourselves in supporting people into action, using what you learn every day.

Then refining and building on it, through practice and discussion with other learners.

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Shape an exciting future

Our programmes open up a huge range of opportunities with top employers. From world-leading financial institutions to tech firms solving the biggest challenges through skills development we ensure everyone is supported to build the future they deserve.

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Get industry support

We get behind you from the very start, with application and interview advice. Once you're enrolled on an EET Group Skills program, you’ll get 1-to-1 support from our employment coaches and industry experts who help you to grow and shape the career you want.

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Growing with you as you evolve

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Life Skills

Life skills refer to the skills you need to make the most out of life. We recognise that any skill can be considered to be a life skill, however, here we are focusing on some of the skills needed to deal effectively with the challenges of life.

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Making the most 

out of life

Communication and interpersonal skills

The skills needed to work and live alongside other people.  Covering both written and oral communication and also body language.

Decision making and problem-solving

Understanding problems and working to find a solution.

What resources and persons are around to support you either in a work or personal situation.

Creative and critical thinking

Techniques for producing ideas and diverse ways of doing things. Analysing information and deciding what is important. Fact-checking.

Empathy and self- awareness

Thinking about the impact that your own behaviour has on other people and how others may perceive you as well as techniques to have a greater awareness and understanding of other people’s feelings and experiences.

Assertiveness and self- control

Two key skills for people to be able to use. Knowing how to effectively stand up for yourself and also how to control emotions when dealing with others where there may be some conflict. Look at the difference between being assertive and being aggressive.


Not just how to deal with setbacks in life but also to deal with times when you might feel demotivated or overwhelmed.

Giving strategies on how to turn these negative experiences into a learning situation.

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