Trust Community of Improvement (COI)
The terms of reference for the Trust COI are as follows:
- To grow a meaningful network of Central Strategic Careers Leaders from across Academy and Education Trusts
- To develop and embed effective careers guidance across Trusts that impacts positive outcomes and permeates school improvement
- To drive purposeful relationships and engagement and impact between Trusts and the Enterprise Adviser Network, including Careers Hubs
- To surface and share exemplary practice of central strategic careers leadership across Trusts
- To develop system leaders across careers education
- To develop relevant and rigorous professional development for system leaders overseeing careers across Trusts.
If you meet the terms of reference it would be wonderful to have you on board. Contact email@example.com
Our plans are to meet virtually three times a year with a communication ‘Connect with Trusts’ also three times a year. Here is the latest edition of Connect for Trusts.
Connect for Trusts has been designed to encourage careers professionals working within trusts, including members of our Trust Community of Improvement, to collaborate, innovate and share experiences and good practice.
Central Strategic Careers Leadership (CSCL): Developing approaches to the strategic leadership of careers across trust
This guide explores how the role of the Central Strategic Careers Leader is emerging within trusts, the value of the work on careers within trusts, the value of collaborative working between trusts and Careers Hubs, and employers across the various regions.
Transform your careers programme and develop your skills as a Careers Leader to strategically embed careers in the curriculum.
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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.
Developed by the team in the Leeds City region SEND Careers Hub this toolkit supports you in how to set up an effective alumni in a SEND setting.
These posters show potential pathways for young people at the age of 16. Developed with the support of the Birmingham SEND Careers Hub the posters are relevant for those typically not likely to take GCSE (Career Group 1) and those typically likely (Career Group 2).
This programme has been collated from resources across our partners and network to support young people with SEND under the 2 groups identified in the SEND toolkit. It contains lessons around employability skill development , employer projects and engagement videos all to support young people in their next steps.
The Key Stats 2021 publication contains a useful and informative overview of the Independent Training Provider sector and has been provided by the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP).
Make sure everyone knows which way you’re heading: ensure all stakeholders understand your careers programme by using these templates to present it in a visual way.
Inspiring Worcestershire Careers Hub have developed a number of resources for SEND as part of the work in the SEND Community of Practice.
Developed by the Careers Hub Inspiring Worcestershire this resource is designed to support young people with SEND to think about the Work Experience process.
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.
The following resource and support are designed to support a Careers Leader to build a progressive careers programme. The resource and support include a ‘Building a progressive careers programme’ guidance document and a link to a Careers Leader recorded webinar on this element of Benchmark 1.
The following resource and support are designed to support a Careers Leader to create a strategic careers plan. The resource and support include ‘Building a Strategic Careers Plan’ guidance document and a Careers Leader recorded webinar on this element of Benchmark 1.
Personalise your own Provider Access Policy Statement with this helpful template designed by the Arete Learning Trust.