Flight for All has been co-produced by young people, employers and aviation champions, capturing 5 different roles and turning them into bitesize modules to support the delivery of career education connected to the secondary school curriculum in mainstream and SEND secondary schools. You can take part in this project in one of two ways. 

Flight for All – Fun careers workshops for secondary schools

Each 50 minute workshop will include a range of activities focusing on developing key employability skills. Complete tasks under pressure like an Aviation Fire Fighter, practice dealing with tricky customers as a Security Officer and develop planning and prioritisation skills like an Airport Manager.

Workshops are open to schools in Blackpool, Manchester, Knowsley, Liverpool, Barking and Dagenham, Birmingham, Hackney, Sandwell, Kingston upon Hull and Nottingham.

Click the buttons below to register your school for sessions next term or let us know an alternative date and time that would work for you school.

If you can’t make any of the workshops listed above, please let us know a date and time that would work for your school and we will do our best to accomodate.

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Flight for All – Free Careers Education Resources

Fill in the form below to get access to the co-produced films, associated lesson plans, and powerpoint presentations that are free to access and ready to use in a secondary school setting. The lesson plans include fun activities that simulate the different careers in civil aviation featured in the short films, and allow students to practice transferable workplace skills in the supportive environment of a classroom. Using these resources will not only open students’ minds to opportunities in civil aviation, but also provide them with skills and knowledge that can benefit them in a variety of careers.

Fill in the short for below to get the download link for these amazing resources!

 If you have any questions please email workshops@big-ideas.org

Flight for All is funded by the Civil Aviation Authority and the Department for Transport.