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This early evening event will provide information on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF)and how it can bring an understanding to qualifications across Scotland, UK and internationally for Career Advisers, individuals, parents, carers, teachers, admissions staff and employers. Information will also be provided on the resources that are available and how to find them.
In July the Sub-Committee published the report of its inquiry into CEIAG. We will be responding to these recommendations and we would like as many members as possible to contribute to our response.
This consultation, to be led by the CDI’s Policy Associate David Andrews, will enable you to take part in discussions and to help shape the CDI’s formal response. You can view and download the Sub-Committee report through the Reports and Resources section of this website. There also a special briefing paper to support this webinar.
EI is increasingly identified as central to careers success and progression. This webinar will describe what EI is, the value and relationship of EI to career development, how it may be used in career coaching, how EI can be developed, and how you can get trained in tools. There will be time for questions and further resources will be signposted.
This master class is designed for experienced practitioners who wish to focus on aspects of practice that cannot be delivered by on-line resources and which require a high level of artistry. The day will be highly practical, exploring a range of tactics and sharing good practice. The approaches used will be suitable for use with a wide range of clients. Quotes from recent delegates: "I found the day so useful – it reminded me why I love the job" (University IAG Outreach Adviser); "A very interesting and inspiring training day - am feeling re-energised! " (Career Coach); "I found the day very informative, interesting, refreshing and it has given me some much needed new ideas on how to work with the pupils at my school" (School Careers Adviser).
Oxbridge admissions are among the most competitive in the world. This webinar will explain the qualities that admissions tutors are looking for in applicants and how applicants can demonstrate and evidence these qualities. The webinar will look at the role of academic achievement, predicted grades, admissions tests, interviews, personal statement and references in the selection process as well as highlighting sources of information for students as they consider/prepare for Oxbridge applications.
Managers work with a range of stakeholders, colleagues, team members and peers as well as with external companies, charities, support agencies and academic establishments. This series of eight Introduction to Management days, provide a great opportunity to identify and review key skills and techniques to help you improve your performance. Exceptionally well received by delegates, all of who have rated the days as 'Very Good'.
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