“The college place a strong emphasis on supporting pupils' aspirations and career destinations. Pupils receive excellent advice from staff, impartial advisers and local employers, including, for example, Siemens and Lindum Construction” – Ofsted, 2019

Our vision is to ensure that every student develops the skills required to secure the next step of their chosen career, either at university or in employment. 

In order to achieve this, we place an explicit focus on skill development and the acquisition of the traits of the ideal student. It pervades all that we do and the ways in which students are encouraged to learn. 

Students at Lincoln UTC participate in a comprehensive Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) programme delivered by experienced and enthusiastic teaching and mentor staff. 

Our CEIAG programme is supported by a number of key partners that include, the University of Lincoln, Bishop Grosseteste University, LUTC alumni, local businesses and their leaders, Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership, as well as Complete Careers, who provide independent advice and guidance interviews to all our key stage 4 and 5 students. As a result of these interactions throughout the year, our students make well-informed decisions that enable them to achieve their full potential. 

We work closely with our enterprise coordinator from Greater Lincolnshire LEP, to ensure that we constantly assess our ability to meet the demands of the GATSBY Benchmarks through Compass+. 

Below are snapshots from the first part of this year, of what was in place for our students with regards to university and apprenticeship opportunities, as well as employer engagement.   

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: If you would like to engage with our UTC students by offering work place opportunities or insights into the world of work within your speciality, please contact Paul James – Industry Link Lead: pjames@lincolnutc.co.uk

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