School Membership Plans

These membership plans are ideal for secondary school Career Guidance Counsellors. You have a choice of 3 membership plans, Free Membership, Basic Membership and Premium Membership.

Free membership will give you access to all of the live webinars which take place each Monday and you will also have access for one week following this.

Basic and Premium Membership however will give you far greater freedom to view and digest these webinars at a time convenient to you. You will also have freedom to download accompanying information and use it in the classroom with your students. You can view all of this information below and also view the video accompanying this information.

Schools Membership Plans

BENEFITS
Access to register & attend live careers webinars
Access to webinar recordings for 1 week
Emails pre & post webinars with supplementary information
Careers Worksheet for each Webinar
Unlimited access for the year to all webinar recordings
Access to Q&A sessions during the year
Slide Deck PDF Download for each Webinar
Editable Powerpoint Slide Deck Download for each Webinar
Download the webinar videos for your own use
50% discount for parent/student body for Premium Individual Plan (ask your Guidance Counsellor)
FREE
BASIC
€299 pa
€3 pa per student *
PREMIUM
€399 pa
€4 pa per student *

* when there are 100 students in senior cycle

I want to thank you for hosting these sessions which were extremely useful.  UL are happy to engage in this again and are willing to attend each session if required.

Laura Moloney, Undergraduate Admissions Officer UL

Thank you for all the seminars….. really enjoying the replay, excellent information and I thought the chat section had some very good links, particularly around the collation of the ways in which you can sit various Irish exams to get around the H4 requirement.

Guidance Counsellor

The webinars were informative, well-organised and efficiently co-ordinated. Julie has provided a ‘one-stop’ advice platform that supports students, parents and educators to make informed decisions about their third-level choices.”

Fiona Kelly, Student Liaison Officer LYIT