How Belbin GetSet can help your teenager

For those entering Sixth Form or Further Education

Belbin GetSet outlines strengths and key contributions increases self-awareness and sets them on a firm footing for the next stage of their academic careers.

For those entering Higher Education

Belbin GetSet is an invaluable resource for preparing UCAS application forms. Along with comprehensive advice and guidance, the report is set in a workbook that comprises key points and questions designed to help formulate a personal summary.

For those applying for Apprenticeships or Work Placements

Belbin GetSet encourages young people to think about what they can contribute in the world of work and how to operate successfully within a team. It helps them recognise and project their soft skills which ultimately gets them noticed in the working environment.

Start young people speaking the language of Business

Belbin is renowned and respected in many organisations worldwide, so using the language of Belbin, through GetSet, gives young people an entry-point into the world of work. A Belbin GetSet Workbook can help potential employers to see how an applicant might fit into their team or highlight the strengths they might be able to bring to a job.  


Why Belbin GetSet?

Belbin Team Role methodology is the result of decades of research into individual differences, teams and what makes people tick. From recruitment to personal development, teambuilding and conflict resolution, we know people. Our reports for young people are specially designed to educate, encourage and prepare for what lies ahead.


More about Belbin

In the 1960s Dr Meredith Belbin and his team of researchers identified nine different clusters of behaviours that were needed in the workplace. They called these behaviours Belbin Team Roles. Since then, organisations, universities and colleges world-wide have been teaching, and more importantly, using Belbin Team Roles, to help people identify their Belbin Team Role strengths, and learn how to use them when working with others.

Belbin Team Roles can be used in two ways – to help managers articulate what they need in terms of work, and to help individuals understand where they can make their best contribution in the workplace.