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  1. My Post-16 e-Profile Type your name here

  2. How to complete your e-Profile • This e-Profile has a number of pages suggesting things you may wish to include as part of your record of learning and achievement and the skills you need to improve. • They are only ideas as starters. You should decide for yourself what you think is important, so that it reflects you as an individual. • Overtype and delete theblue or (blue italic)text and anything else that is not relevant. • You can add pictures, sound clips and music, video clips and scanned materials, as well as personalising the background. • Delete this slide when you are finished.

  3. Starting out – Post-16 experience • My starting point: • personal details and previous qualifications • my individual learning plan • my initial assessment • my progression checklist. • What I want to achieve: • my course plan • my career plan. • Evidence of what I am achieving: • progress reviews • personal statement.

  4. Personal statementA review of my achievements and evidence to describe them • My learning: • My skills and qualities: • What I am doing to improve: • My goals and targets:

  5. My progression checklist What I think I will be doing six months after finishing this course: • another FE course • an HE course • entering employment • following a training programme • a gap year experience • starting a family. (Delete those statements that do not apply to you and then write something that explains the choice you have made, and what you need to do to make it happen.)

  6. How I intend to achieve my career goals • My goals are: • My qualification aims: • How I will set out to achieve my goals: • My deadlines:

  7. Progress reviewPersonal statement of progress • General progress on course: • Attendance and punctuality: • Personal development, values and attitudes: • Action points: • Date of next review:

  8. Individual learning plan • Target 1: • Action required: • Target 2: • Action required: • Target 3: • Action required:

  9. Personal statements prompts Write about any of the following that are relevant: • leisure activities, clubs and organisations • favourite films, books, music, television programmes, sporting activities • arts events and productions • community involvement and charity activities • residential activities • experience of work • leadership and team member skills • academic likes and dislikes.