When you sign up to the National Schools Employability Challenge you permit us to share your information across the RMP Enterprise group & PwC. Your data will not be shared with any third-parties without your permission..
- Each entrant must sign up with a valid email address and complete the whole sign up process to enter The Challenge.
- Entrants must answer all questions in this stage to progress to Stage 2.
- Entrants must achieve over 70% in this stage to progress to Stage 2. After achieving 70% they will automatically be redirected through to Stage 2 and unable to take Stage 1 again.
- Entrants have one opportunity to answer Stage 2.
- There is no time limit for completing Stage 2, entrants can submit at any time after passing Stage 1.
- Those that pass Stage 2 will find out automatically whether they have passed the stage. They will then be sent a link to Stage 3.
- Entrants must achieve 75% in Stage 2 in order to qualify for Stage 3.
- Entrants will be asked to answer three qualitative questions.
- We will announce 10 Monthly Champions (finalists) between September - February. Keep an eye on your emails to see if you or your friends qualify as a Champion.
- The National Schools Employability Challenge Champions must be free to attend the final event on Monday 26th March 2018.
- If unexpected circumstances mean a Champion is unable to make the final they must make the NSEC team aware as soon as possible, so that alternative arrangements can be made.
- The National Schools Employability Challenge final will be held at PwC’s offices at 7 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2RT.
- The National Schools Employability Challenge can cover the total expenses of the finalist (up to £100), but cannot cover the travel of any parent/guardian/teacher accompanying.
- The National Schools Employability Challenge Champions will be expected to carry out a range of tasks on the day – details of which will be sent round prior to the event.
- Finalists can bring one parent/guardian/teacher for support.
- Any parents/guardians/teachers attending can sit through all the events or can leave and return for the winning ceremony.
- The National Schools Employability Challenge winner will receive work experience with PwC.
- The details of the work experience prize are yet to be confirmed, this will depend on the winers year group and grade achivements.
- Social Media posts can be personalised, but must exclude any expletives and include #NSEC2018.