The Careers Leader needs to be someone who can:
- Take responsibility for continuous improvement of the strategic careers plan and the progressive careers programme, which should be planned and implemented to ensure positive outcomes for young people
- Coordinate and manage the various elements of the careers programme informed by a strategic careers plan aligned to school, special school or college priorities
- Liaise with external partners, such as employers, learning providers and career guidance services
- Pay careful attention to feedback from all stakeholders and to the destinations of pupils
Developed with you in mind, we’ve made it easy to quickly find the trusted, high quality resources you need to make a difference. We’ve identified, and regularly update, key resources that can directly support you as you plan, implement and measure the impact of your strategic careers plan and progressive careers programme and as you work towards achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks.
Careers Leader resources
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Amazing Apprenticeships has created this catalogue for teachers and careers staff, to guide them through Amazing Apprenticeships’ range of informative and inspirational resources on apprenticeships, traineeships, T Levels and other vocational pathways.
Amazing apprenticeships has created a guide for Senior Leadership Teams for developing a whole school approach to apprenticeships
The Department for Education T Levels team has created a helpful T Level Guide for Teachers and Careers Advisers, giving a comprehensive oversight of this exciting qualification
Amazing Apprenticeships, has created a schedule of live webinars and a back catalogue of on-demand recordings aimed at teacher and career advisers
A short film created by Amazing Apprenticeships to showcase a range of apprenticeships and apprentices.
Created by the London team this resource supports thinking around virtual experiences of the workplace for schools and businesses
This framework will help career development professionals to quality assure their career development interventions and determine any areas that may require development.
Personalise your own CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance) policy with this helpful template designed by the Bridge, Greater Manchester.
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.
Transform your careers programme and develop your skills as a Careers Leader to strategically embed careers in the curriculum.
In this resource you can find the link to the newly published Statutory Guidance released July 2021 and the CEC at a glance guide to the guidance for schools and college leaders.
This guide will give Careers Leaders the confidence to make decisions about what constitutes good careers guidance in the context of Covid-19.