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Coordinating Careers Education and meeting the new Statutory requirements for CEIAG - Solutions for embedding CEIAG cost effectively and sustainably

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Coordinating Careers Education and meeting the new Statutory requirements for CEIAG - revised to take account of the Gatsby Benchmarks, new Careers statutory guidance for Schools (Jan 2018), Further Education (Feb 2018) and recommendations of the OFSTED report published in November 2016...  

The Government’s careers strategy, published on 4 December 2017, sets out a long term plan to build a world class careers system that will help young people choose the career that is right for them. The new statutory guidance ‘Careers Guidance and access for education and training providers’ expands on the aim set out in the strategy to make sure that all young people in secondary school get a programme of advice and guidance that is stable, structured and delivered by individuals with the right skills and experience.

Schools have a legal responsibility to provide access to independent and impartial careers guidance for all pupils in years 8 to 13 (best practice from year 7!). Young people need comprehensive and high quality advice and guidance in order to make informed decisions about their future. Schools should provide students with an embedded CEIAG programme underpinned by the Gatsby Foundation benchmarks and linked to outcomes for pupils.

We will:

  • Explore the features of Careers Education and Information, Advice and Guidance including key responsibilities, exploring the role of every staff member and external providers of independent IAG.
  • Identify how the Careers Strategy and the Gatsby Foundation’s Benchmarks can underpin and improve your careers provision.
  • Explore how to develop CEIAG programmes of delivery which meet Ofsted's requirements and the DfE statutory requirements and are mapped against the careers and work related learning framework and achieve the identified outcomes for learners.
  • Ensure you are fulfilling your legal duties and have an excellent careers programme based on the best national and international research
  • Review current practice and complete a CEIAG self assessment to map current provision which will identify individual and organisational priorities necessary to facilitate CEIAG planning and implementation.
  • Introduce a range of effective strategies and approaches to identify how to proactively engage vulnerable students and equip them for progression.
  • Focus on how to develop a robust CEIAG programme of delivery and CEIAG timeline of activities through the sharing of best practice.
  • Begin to develop a whole school policy for CEIAG and make explicit the links between the benefits and outcomes of effective CEIAG and the schools improvement planning and current priorities.
  • Focus on how to embed careers and work related learning and information, advice and guidance into the curriculum to promote learner progression.

 Who is it for?

Senior and middle leaders with responsibility for: strategic planning, designing the wider curriculum offer, inclusion and progression, Careers Coordinators and PSHE leads and subject leads wanting to embed CEIAG into the curriculum.

Facilitator Jayne North is Managing Director of Career North Ltd and has worked with young people of all ages for the last 25 years to bring about change and fuel their inspiration and motivation, she is a published author, national trainer, Lead Practitioner for the SSAT and a Master Practitioner in Neuro linguistic programming.

All our events are centrally located. Registration and refreshments are available from 9.30am for a 10.00am start, and we will finish around 3.30-4.00pm. We always provide lunch

Prices:

First Delegate:

£295 +VAT

Second or Subsequent Delegate Price:

£225 +VAT

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What our clients say about this course

  • "Outstanding resources, excellent delivery and some important messages I hadn't even thought about, superb value for money." A Head of Careers for a group of MATs in Shropshire
  • "Excellent day for me, I couldn't have asked for any more, I have so much to take away with me." A Head of Pastoral Care in a secondary school in Birmingham
  • "Careers education has been a poor relation in our school, the materials and ideas I can take away from today will definitely change all that!" A deputy headteacher with responsibility for SMSC and Careers in an academy in Manchester

 

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  • "Outstanding resources, excellent delivery and some important messages I hadn't even thought about, superb value for money." A Head of Careers for a group of MATs in Shropshire
  • "Excellent day for me, I couldn't have asked for any more, I have so much to take away with me." A Head of Pastoral Care in a secondary school in Birmingham
  • "Careers education has been a poor relation in our school, the materials and ideas I can take away from today will definitely change all that!" A deputy headteacher with responsibility for SMSC and Careers in an academy in Manchester

 

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