An Introduction to Careers Leadership in Schools

For once there is huge consensus in the sector - CEIAG is changing and the new curriculum acknowledges the need for a new role, that of the career leader. In England responsibility for careers guidance for young people has been transferred to individual schools. At the same time, there has been a growth in the number of organisations offering support to schools. For all the components to be brought together into a coherent programme there needs to be clear leadership from within the school. Consultant and writer David Andrews, will explain the breadth of the role; quality assuring a careers strategy for the school; managing the delivery of careers education and IAG; networking with external partners and coordinating the contributions of careers teachers and wider school team. Feedback from the last course: "Met my need and exceeded my expectations" · 'Recommended to those new to the post & those who have been careers leaders for years very good to clarify role' · "David was a fantastic trainer with a wealth of experience and knowledge within careers" · 'Informative, engaging and relevant.'


CDI Certificate in Careers Leadership - Manchester

As the professional body for the career development sector the CDI is delighted to offer the CDI Certificate in Careers Leadership which provides essential training for people who are either new to the career leadership role or who have many years of experience and would like to have accreditation for their work.


Careers in the NHS in Wales - 1 (Free Webinar)

We are delighted to be working with the NHS in Wales, in their anniversary year, to bring you a new series of panel-style webinars, each featuring two or three occupational areas. In addition to general careers information on work roles, speakers will cover entry requirements, training and apprenticeships and where these exist, job opportunities, NHS Wales Bursary Schemes, promotion and pay. This introductory webinar will give you an overview of careers in NHS Wales and current skills shortages – you might be surprised by what you hear!


Coaching for Opportunity Awareness (Free Webinar)

In a fast changing and unpredictable labour market, being able to spot or create and then act upon opportunities has never been more vital. With the rise of short-term projects, the gig economy, for career counselling and coaching to be maximally effective we need to embrace new approaches that emphasise change, chance and uncertainty, and assist clients to develop their capacity for opportunity awareness. Presented by Professor Jim Bright, this webinar will be based is based on his academic research and his practice with a range of clients. It will present a framework for coaching clients derived from the Chaos Theory of Careers.


National Career Education and Learning Conference 2018

This new two-day conference is designed to support the Government's Careers Strategy and Statutory Guidance for Schools and Colleges. The government has set out their definition of career guidance as meaning the full range of interventions that support young people to make choices and develop their careers. During the conference delegates will take part in plenary sessions and 4 out of 16 workshops which will explore all aspects of what has been previously referred to as careers education, information, advice and guidance, focusing specifically on the delivery of the Gatsby Benchmarks. Delegates attending the conference will: develop their knowledge and understanding of the Gatsby Benchmarks; understand the link between the Gatsby Benchmarks and the statutory requirements for career guidance; learn more about quality assurance through the Compass tool and Quality in Careers Standard; share and discuss ideas for innovation and implementation within career guidance.