At the heart of Kloodle’s mission is the student
experience. Kloodle is passionate about re-inventing
the way that students showcase their talents and evidence skills for future employability.
Kloodle embeds a culture of employability within your institution. Kloodle allows teachers to add value to their students’ experience. Teachers can help students to identify skills gaps, develop required skills and evidence them in a creative and dynamic manner, in line with Ofsted CIF criteria.
Kloodle is revolutionising the way in which employers engage with young people. By bringing employers and students together, Kloodle creates a place that allows employers to access entry level talent, and helps students to explore a range of career options.
Kloodle allows students to create their own Kloodle profile that tells the story of their academic and extra-curricular journey, recording the skills they develop along the way.
Academic institutions and Employers create Kloodle profiles. This allows them to post content, information and interact with students on Kloodle. Our community of organisations creates a network of “open source” careers advice.
One key attribute of Kloodle is the interaction between users. Students can engage with their school, college or university, their teachers, each other and potential future employers. Kloodle facilitates a culture of employability; a culture which enables students to benefit from a community of people passionate about launching future careers.
Kloodle’s Stats Suite provides key management information and insight into student engagement, behaviour, progression and destination. Employers are able to measure engagement with their employer brand and career opportunities.
Absolutely! Kloodle records a student’s journey throughout education. Their profile tells their story to any potential future employer or course leader. The work they put in to creating a great profile whilst at your institution remains with them for life, a real value added!
Of course! Kloodle allows students to dynamically record their work experiences through blog posts, photos and videos. Whilst doing so, they can tag in the employability skill they are demonstrating, as well as recording the number of hours they spend during work experience.