Strategic Governance: Developing a whole college approach to careers education. This resource includes webinars and supporting documents.
This resource is an example job description for the role of Carers Link Governor, provided by colleagues at Preston College.
Since 2016, the 12 Opportunity Areas have been working with local people to improve school standards, attendance, teaching quality and recruitment, careers training and advice, and literacy and maths skills in some of the most disadvantaged regions in the country, alongside tackling barriers to learning that exist beyond the school gates.
This is the first insight guide focused on providing careers advice and support for young people and sharing what has worked in the Opportunity Areas so that other areas can benefit from this insight.
The guide shares examples from Norwich’s employer events for young people, Blackpool’s online platform, West Somerset’s strategic support to help schools engage more with employers, and Doncaster’s work in helping young people find a post-16 option that suits them.
Opportunity Areas have been extended to a fifth year, which will focus on sharing more best practice from the programme and will involve the publication of more Insight Guides, the next focused on Teacher Retention and Recruitment to be published in June 2021.
Interested in a career in psychiatry? This guide and video will tell you everything you need to know about this fascinating profession, including what to expect from the role, the training pathways and different specialisms.
Developed by the Inspiring Worcestershire team this reference resource will support the network of Designated Teachers to understand the national and local careers landscape
This series of four Careermag for Inclusion publications are designed for employers who do not currently work with young people with SEND. It showcases case studies of success to inspire employers to get involved and the highlights the benefits for the young people and for the business.
The Careers & Enterprise Company
Our mission is to prepare and inspire young people for the fast-changing world of work. Therefore, our role is to link schools and colleges to employers and help them deliver world-class careers support. We achieve this by building networks, supporting Careers Leaders and backing the Gatsby Benchmarks.