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Who are working with and what they say about us:

Launch of My Next Steps

Pangbourne College

Year 11 programme providing 1-1 career development planning encouraging ownership, career exploration, targeted research, personal profiling using PRISM and guidance on early career goals.

 99% of pupils agreed/strongly agreed they felt more motivated to take action and better prepared to take the next step decisions to support their career plans’  after their session with the Talentino Career Coach data from dedicated Evaluation exercise

Pangbourne College

Batley Girls High School

Year 8 volunteer early career coaching programme plus runni g parents workshops to help them have better career coaching conversations.

"A fantastic session – I really enjoyed the morning. Brilliant."

Ray Henshaw, Deputy Head, Batley Girls High School

"The session helped me to learn more about the situations around careers. I have developed a deeper knowledge about the difficulties people face and want to become a volunteer."


Carlton Park Academy (SEN)

Providing 2 year programme to introduce a bespoke career dev program for ks4 and sixth form including work experience, enterprise micro businesses, career coaching lessons, collaboration projects with main schools.


We also work on a 1-1 basis with professional adults and young people of all ages.

Staff feedback after training ‘ 100% agreed/strongly agreed the training they received from Talentino will enable the school to deliver a better careers programme to pupils’

Charlton Park Academy

Peter Jones Enterprise Academy

Micro business enterprise coaching for students

‘We only work with Talentino because of their business background, their sessions are always over subscribed’

Peter Jones Enterprise Academy

'Talentino worked closely with us to meet our client needs writing a bespoke programme. The delivery was excellent and we are actively pursuing funds to continue a partnership relationship.'

Harrow Young Carers

Harrow Young Carers

Provided four workshops for age 13-18 year olds

Harrow Positive for Youth Project

Provided career development workshops for potential NEETS and young offenders age 13-18

‘100% delegates agreed/strongly agreed they enjoyed and would benefit in the future from the sessions on building their self-confidence and improving their communication skills’ Evaluation feedback from delegates

Harrow Council Positive for Youth

In a recent workshop for vulnerable young people aged 13 to 18 85% strongly agreed it helped them develop more self-confidence and 71% strongly agreed it helped them develop more effective communication skills.

Mark Dale-Emberton Head Charlton Park Academy, November 2013

"The Mayor of Greenwich was in and enjoyed the sandwiches yesterday...!

Governors and parents like the Munchies enterprise too..! 

Well done everyone."

Matrix Accreditation Body
  • BVC