Young people urged to take part in Your Say survey
Young people are being urged to have their say on careers advice – and grab the chance to win a MacBook Air.
If are you are aged 14 to 24 and at a Cheshire East school or college, or attended one in the past, here is your chance to have your say on the careers guidance you’ve received.
The council’s arms-length Skills and Growth Company wants to ensure everyone receives the best careers advice, including the right kind of guidance in choosing their career, what skills or qualifications are needed and where to gain them.
A short online survey has been put together to enable feedback to be provided via a mobile phone, tablet or computer.
The survey results will not only be beneficial for improving the careers advice and guidance students receive across Cheshire East but also everyone who takes part is in with a chance of winning a MacBook Air laptop.
As a further incentive, the first 200 participants that refer a friend to complete the survey will receive a £5 Amazon voucher.
Councillor George Hayes, chairman of The Skills and Growth Company, said:
“The survey has been developed to gather young people’s views on careers education in Cheshire East, to help identify what they see as potential barriers to employment and help shape our priorities for the future. “Therefore, five or 10 minutes of your time to complete the survey would be greatly appreciated.”
To have your say to be in with a chance of winning the MacBook Air visit: www.yoursaycheshire.co.uk
The questionnaire closes on December 19, 2016.