This page provides an 'at a glance' overview of our programme of expert online training.

"Expert Training Online" is the name of our new, priced online CPD - presented by recognised experts in their field and career thought leaders. Most sessions will last about one hour: the fee for members will be £25 + VAT per one-hour session (£45 for non-members). Longer sessions will be priced accordingly.  

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CDI SEND Masterclass 4 - Improving your practice as a Careers Adviser and finding support so you can deliver effective careers guidance for young people with SEND (Expert Training Online)

You will be able to re-consider who young people with SEND are in the two groups - Career SEND Group One and Career SEND Group Two as well as the communication and support needs of each of the two groups. You will be able to identify your barriers and why they exist and what you will have done to overcome them. We will highlight other organisations and resources that will enable you to build effective practice. You will be clear around the statutory requirements of your role as a Careers Guidance professional and young people with SEND. You will be able to discuss with other delegates different ways your role can be delivered during the webinar and share ideas including considering the requirements of Gatsby BM8 and different ways it can be delivered. We will also touch on a case study where Ofsted used Careers as a deep dive subject.


Making the transition into HE career development work (Expert Training Online)

This expert training online session is aimed at career practitioners who are interested in working in a careers and employability setting in Higher Education. During the session we will explore the current environment in which HE careers services operate, including some of the political, social, economic and technological challenges. We will also identify the key skillsets that HE services are looking for in new recruits, and the wide range of roles that may be available. The course will then help delegates to identify next steps and resources to use to maximise their chances of making the transition to HE career development work. The course will be led by Sarah Warburton and Paul Gaunt, Lecturers in Career Development and Management, who between them have worked in eight university careers services, in a variety of management, student-facing, and employer-facing roles.