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Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and Transitions in Focus: A guide to support vision impaired children and young people
Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT) has a range of resources useful for careers leaders and practitioners working with blind and partially sighted students in mainstream secondary schools and colleges.
This guide will give Careers Leaders the confidence to make decisions about what constitutes good careers guidance in the context of Covid-19.
This is a quick reference guidance document to support Careers Leaders with collecting and reviewing impact evidence. This links with collecting and revieing impact evidence to inform strategic careers planning and impact evaluation of careers provision.
If you are working to deliver the Gatsby Benchmarks for young people with SEND – in any setting – you will find lots of practical help in this toolkit.
Identify what ‘good’ looks like across all eight Gatsby Benchmarks, see useful case studies, and follow practical suggestions for putting the benchmarks into practice.
NESCOT is the Lead College in the Coast to Capital Careers Hub which launched in September 2020. Vice Principal and Careers Leader, Dario Stevens, launched this new CEIAG Strategy in the college during National Careers Week in March 2021.
Take a step in the right direction: help all stakeholders understand your SEND careers programme by using this template to present it visually.
T Levels are a brand-new qualification choice that will follow GCSEs and give students a head start towards the career they want. They will suit students who wish to start working towards a skilled occupation, prefer a practical approach to learning and want a predominantly classroom-based course
Please find below a number of resources which will support you in promoting the wide range of technical education pathways which are available for young people. The resources (created in partnership with the Association of Employment and Learning Providers - AELP) are designed for careers colleagues to use to explain these pathways to young people as well as promoting the wider work of the Training Provider (ITP) sector
Top Tips from AET on creating an online work experience programme
The government's Careers Strategy means that all schools and colleges should have a named Careers Leader in place by September 2018. This guide for colleges explains what careers leadership in colleges looks like and how it could be led and managed within your college.
Where do you start when designing the careers element of your website? Follow this step-by-step guide to make sure you cover all the necessary elements.