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"We chose Navigate because it provides our students with the necessary tools to effectively record their work experience achievements on this easy to use platform. Students can upload evidence, write in daily achievements and it even emails work experience placements for feedback. GOODBYE PAPER LOG BOOKS!”

Mary McHale, Head of Personal Development and Citizenship, St Peters School, Solihull.

“Navigate is an essential part of our drive to support students in our region develop the skills they need to make a successful transition to employment.”

Kim Hodgetts, Programme Manager, Youth Unemployment, Telford and Wrekin Council


We work with schools, colleges and local authorities to develop outstanding Work-Related Learning programmes.


We support work experience, employer engagement and employability skills learning through:

  • Innovative platforms that empower young people to evidence their work-related skills, expertise and experience.
  • Training and support that enables educators to deliver outstanding work-related Learning.


The Navigate Learning Framework is based on our work with over 500 schools and colleges. It is designed to provide a foundation for outstanding Work-Related Learning and meets key criteria found within the Ofsted Common Inspection Framework.


  • Managing myself

    Managing yourself is the ability to manage your behaviour and actions in a way that benefits you and the people you share your life with. Taking personal responsibility and staying healthy are vital components of a happy and successful life.

  • Working with others

    Working with others is the ability to lead, co-ordinate or collaborate with others on work activities. We use these skills when we work as a member of a team, with a colleague, with a customer or supplier, and when we engage in supervisory or leadership activities.

  • Planning my future

    Making a successful transition from education to the workplace can be a daunting and challenging experience. Planning for these changes and understanding the opportunities you have will help you make the most of your skills and ensure you have a successful working life.

  • Success in the workplace

    The world of work is very different to the world of education. Many skills are common but many new skills will be needed if you are to enjoy and succeed at work. Decision-making, presentation skills and enterprise may be new to you but with the right support and materials these skills can be developed just like any other.


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