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Tell us about yourself and your Apprenticeship I am Mahmood Ally and I am currently on a 4.5 year Accounting and Taxation degree apprenticeship with EY, where I am currently working in the Assurance service line. Assurance is where we would work with large household companies and the government to help them publish accurate financial […]Read more
What odd times we are living in. I mean seriously odd. But amongst all this madness, why not take some time to stop and pause – have a proper think about what it is you want to do once you leave school, and the pathway you’re going to pursue to get there. There are hundreds […]Read more
Week 5 kicked off with a mindfulness session delivered with Pret a Manger, that proved to be receptive amongst our student network. I hope this session resource (found on our YouTube channel, link at end of blog), can get lots more use from our community, as we take into consideration the impact that isolation is […]Read more
Written by Krishna Solanki Although feelings of stress are a normal response to the current unusual circumstances, it is important that we try to lower the impact it has on ourselves, both physically and emotionally. You may feel the stress of keeping on top of schoolwork, preparing for higher education, or just dealing with the […]Read more
Pathway CTM – Providing online employability workshops to continue the support of young people into successful employment outcomes. How you can help?! Highlights –Daily online workshops, webinars and broadcasts put on for our 28,000 students-Weekly Parent Newsletter, Insight Webinars and Teacher Resources-Year 11, 12 & 13 Pipeline Programmes to employment outcomes-Tailored Programmes focused on Diversity […]Read more
At Pathway CTM we have been speaking to our close network of schools/colleges and employers in order to help provide solutions and stability in the uncertain climate around coronavirus. We want to share some best practice to help companies who are keen to be agile and make sure they can continue to engage with students […]Read more
By Chris McNamara Easter flew by didn’t it!? At Pathway CTM, we have continued with our daily webinars, as 87% of our webinar student attendees have said how Easter didn’t feel like normal, with students appearing to appreciate continuing activity to be involved with during this isolation. So that was the story of our holiday […]Read more
We recently announced that we were looking for students wanting to do work experience with our team, covering digital marketing and content. We were thrilled by the huge response we received! This weeks blog has been written by Krishna Solanki, a fantastic student from our Programme, who has started work experience with us this week. […]Read more
Ellie Shipton, Head of Employer Relations at Pathway CTM As a classic case of choosing my favourite subject at school and following the crowd, I went to Sussex University and studied History with French. I enjoyed university but came out the other end with little more idea of what I wanted to do than when […]Read more
Strengths profiling, continuation over Easter holidays and free access granted to our wider network… Week 2 of isolation has been a further positive week at Pathway CTM HQ (well, from our individual homes in this current situation). Student numbers continue to grow from our daily webinar workshops and as a result of key supporters, we […]Read more
It has been a crazy week at Pathway CTM. We had expected a surge in engagement due to the obvious situation of students not being in school or college, but we had not expected quite the response we’ve had. Our daily webinars that I wrote about last week, kicked off and were supported by 5 […]Read more
Why I Started Pathway CTM – Chris McNamara, CEO and Founder I started Pathway because I thought I could make a difference and inspire young people to fulfil their potential. Too many people do not do this, and I have learnt to push myself to test my boundaries and be comfortable with failing. This is […]Read more