The Inspirational Learning Group develop and deliver innovative and engaging enterprise and career focussed challenges for delivery in schools and colleges. We work with some of the UK’s biggest companies and universities to bring real life enterprise tasks and activities into the classroom supporting young people to exercise the soft employability skills required for their future.
Our Flagship programme is The National Careers Challenge – the largest careers and enterprise competition in the UK with over 400,000 young people taking part to date. Through a series of activities, students get the chance to solve a real business challenge set by our corporate sponsors and develop the essential skills they need to thrive in whichever career pathway they choose.
The Inspirational Learning Group is part of Dev Clever PLC, who are also the innovators behind the world’s first career search and discovery platform Launch Your Career. Since the acquisition in the summer of 2021, the company is building the foundations of the world’s first social and skills network that is set to transform the way the world learns, trains and prepares for the world of work.
The National Careers Challenge
Schools can also upgrade to take part in The National Careers Challenge, an interactive programme delivered in school as an enterprise day, hosted by our experienced facilitators. Schools can choose from several different challenges set by real employers such as NatWest, Thorpe Park, Air Products and more!
Winning teams from every school are invited to the LIVE FINAL at the ICC in Birmingham to pitch their winning idea to a panel of judges, and battle for the title in a Britain’s Got Talent meets Dragon’s Den style event! The competition challenges young people to solve real business problems designed by leading employers and aims to support the development of key transferable skills such as teamwork, leadership and creativity.
Bringing the WORLD OF WORK into the classroom for National Careers Week.
The Inspirational Learning Group has exclusively partnered with National Careers Week to give more young people across the UK the chance to connect with some of the nation’s biggest employers, including NatWest Group, AirProducts, Thorpe Park, Butlins and Black Bullion.
Schools participating in National Careers Week, will be able to inspire and motivate students making decisions about their future careers by enabling them to interact with business and industry leaders and employees in real time using the latest virtual reality (VR) technology and a timetable of virtual events streamed into your school via the brand new World of Work portal.
In a bid to provide real experiences with employers and to ensure as many students as possible can access this innovation, The Inspirational Learning Group are sending thousands of free cardboard VR headsets and FREE live streaming of employer encounter events to schools that register to take part.
The World of Work is an emerging portal aimed to bring together employers and students to discover the working world, explore different sectors, journey through different environments, and uncover their ‘Worktopia’ – the working world that is right for you!
During National Careers Week, students and schools will be able to attend workshops, talks or virtual conferences with some of our real employer partners, and will receive exclusive access to the first employer experiences available on the World of Work.
*first 100 schools that register and onboard a minimum of 30 students.
This exciting opportunity is brought to you by The Inspirational Learning Group and is accessible through the innovative Launch Your Career search and discovery platform. During National Careers week this is available to all participating schools for FREE. Launch Your Career is an excellent resource that enhances careers programmes across the UK. Students will start their journey with an interactive personality quiz available in Virtual Reality or online, to help them understand their individual strengths, boosting their self-awareness, confidence and motivation and unlocking their personality animal and snap chat filters, supporting them to make better decisions about further study and career pathways.