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KGA Yr 12 Work Experience (Mon 30th January - 3rd February 2023)

Updated: Nov 27, 2023

Welcome to your Year 12 work experience page!

Here you will find:

  1. Your WEX support sheet which will give you advice for how to find a placement, how to prepare for your placement and what to do during your placement.

Yr 12 Work Experience Support Sheet FINAL
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2. Your WEX application form which needs to be handed in by Friday 14th October 2022

  1. You can either hand in a completed paper form or email an electronically completed form to

  2. Once your completed form has been received, our Careers Team will contact your employer to ask them to complete a Health & Safety check

Word version: Use this if you would like to type into the application form and email it to

KGA Yr 12 Work Experience Form 2022-23
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PDF version:

KGA Yr 12 Work Experience Form 2022-23
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3. Work Experience Launch Presentation

- Delivered during Year 12 assembly on 7th September 2022

2022-23 Yr 12 WEX Launch
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4. Recording of the Parents and Carers WEX information evening held on 3rd November 2022.

2022-23 WEX info for Parents and Carers
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WEX Placement Daily Diary / Log Book

Your log book is full of helpful advice and tips for work experience. Remember to take it with you on your placement and complete the daily diary and reflection.

Work Experience Log Book
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Further Support

Remember that Wednesday Lunchtime is Careers Drop-in in M11 Careers Room and Friday Breaktime is Careers Drop-in in the Sixth Form Common Room - pop by if you would like some support

Good luck with your work experience applications and finding a placement.



KGA Information For Employers 2022-23 FINAL.docx
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Appendix 5 HSE Guidance - Young People and WEX
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Young Person Risk Assessment - As an employer, you're required by law to protect your employees, and others, from harm. Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the minimum you must do is:

  • identify what could cause injury or illness in your business (hazards)

  • decide how likely it is that someone could be harmed and how seriously (the risk)

  • take action to eliminate the hazard, or if this isn't possible, control the risk

Assessing risk is just one part of the overall process used to control risks in your workplace.

For most small, low-risk businesses the steps you need to take are straightforward and are explained HERE

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