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Prices

How much does a Push Talk cost?

Prices for a standard talk as follows…

State schools: £395+VAT

Independent schools: £495+VAT

Bespoke talks

We can also offer bespoke, whole- and half-day interactive training sessions and workshops, looking at employability skills, interview technique and personal statements. Please get in touch to tell us more about what your students’ needs are and we’ll happy to have chat about your needs and put together a quote for you.

Discounts

We can offer considerable savings to schools that book two or more talks on the same day. Discounts are also available for group bookings – is your school part of a consortium, an academies federation or another local group of schools? Book Push talks together and save make it more cost-effective for everyone. We are sometimes able to offer discounts where there is a great social need. Please get in touch by phone or email and tell us more about your school and we’ll see what we can do.

Free Talks

Push regularly attracts sponsorship and support from education charities, employers and universities, meaning we can sometimes offer talks for free to schools who meet sponsors’ criteria. Please get in touch about current sponsorship plans and criteria.

Why do independent schools pay more?

At Push, we believe that all students should have access to high quality, independent careers and uni advice, to help them make well informed choices about their futures.

This means we visit all kinds of different schools, from state schools, academies, independent and faith schools. Push is in the process of becoming a social enterprise, which means that our profits are reinvested in our social aims – to provide quality, independent careers and university advice in schools. We often find that independent schools have less of a social need for our work, or access to high quality careers advice is easier. The income from independent schools allows us to offer subsidised prices to state schools where the social need is greater.

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