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  1. Welcome back to Cegnet

    Cegnet is back with a fresh new look and new features to help practitioners keep up to date with developments in the careers sector and to find useful information and resources. For those not familiar with Cegnet it is an independent and free online resource for teachers and careers professionals...

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  2. How to become a careers-engaged school

    Careers engagement: a good practice brief for leaders of schools and colleges is a joint production by NFER, ASCL, ATL and the 157 Group of colleges.  Its publication is timely following hot on the heels of the revised statutory giuidance. The partners want schools to go further than simply doing the...

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    Careers guidance and inspiration: statutory guidance and non-statutory departmental advice

    The long-awaited 'Careers guidance and inspiration: statutory guidance' and non-statutory departmental advice have finally been published when schools and colleges are closed. They are available at:   Written Ministerial Statement from the Minister of State for Skills and Enterprise, Matthew Hancock MP: Statutory guidance on careers guidance and inspiration: Non-statutory departmental...

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    ASPIRES-2 - 14-19 year olds

    The ESRC-funded ASPIRES -2 project based at King's College, London will track the science and career aspirations of a previously studied cohort for the next five years of their lives

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    Regional careers magazines and downloads for young people and those who help them on the careersworld website

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    Post 16: University access scheme of work

    Seven adaptable 45-minute lessons and pdf resources on key factors to consider when applying to university - Downloadable from The Brilliant Club website

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    The UK Register of Career Development Professionals

    To achieve 'registered professional' status, you need to be a member of the Career Development Institute and to hold an approved qualification in careers guidance (at level 6 or above). As a fully registered...

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    Videos: icould

    An online library of free careers videos on the icould website


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  1. Peter Daws

    Peter Daws, aged 87, Emeritus Professor at the University of Ulster, died on Monday 7th April. Bill Law pays tribute to a 'giant' of the careers world. "It is a great loss. Moving from what was pretty-well a standing start, Peter Daws established the UK field in which Cegnet people and their...

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  2. Which way now? Careers and higher education guidance

    One of the keynote speakers at this conference in Birmingham on 2nd April stood in front of the audience and said to the lecture hall full of teachers and careers professional working with KS 3,4 and 5 students, "I did not know there were so many of you!" The conference...

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  3. Better late than never, Lord Baker!

    Lord Baker, the former Education Minister, is now Chair of the Edge Foundation which exists to promote the value of vocational education. His recent conversion to the value of careers and work-related education is to be welcomed. As chief architect of England’s first National Curriculum, he notoriously ignored employer and...

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  1. Read Bill Laws' tribute to Peter Daws, one of the giants of the careers world, who died recently

  2. Join Facebook discussion between two employers and their apprentices hosted by Business is Great on 23 April 2-3pm…

  3. Employers not keen on school leavers says UKCES even though they're generally well-prepared for work…