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The emergence of Degree Apprenticeships

This session will provide an overview of Degree Apprenticeships and the differences between these and traditional university degrees. Participants will develop an understanding of course requirements, teaching methods and assessments. The session will explore course content and will use several case studies to illustrate the differences. It will provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions and find out more about this new emerging degree route.


Certificate for Career Assistants - Virtual Delivery

Monday 22nd June 2020 - Wednesday 21st October 2020
Booking Deadline - 8th June 2020

The CDI is delighted to offer this new virtual learning course for Careers Assistants who support Careers Leaders in the administration and delivery of the careers programme and the achievement of the Gatsby Benchmarks and Quality in Careers Standard.


East of England Member-led E-Forum with Guest Speakers

This is an online e-forum that has been established in response to Covid-19 because of the impact it is having on all our lives it is very important that we do not feel isolated and find time to connect, support and share our experiences with one another.


What is Ofsted looking for? (Expert Training Online)

A quick fire look at what Ofsted is looking for from schools in regards to preparing their pupils for their next steps. Useful for Governors, SLT and Careers Leaders alike, this session will cover the ‘must do’ aspects that support good or outstanding judgements under Ofsted’s new framework and the achievement of the Gatsby Benchmarks as part of this process. This expert training session will be presented by Janet Colledge, Chief Careers Education Consultant with Outstanding Careers and education director of National Careers Week CIC. Janet will provide delegates with a clear plan of action to ensure that their organisation will meet with Ofsted’s requirements.


Psychology of Working Theory in the COVID-19 Era (Free Webinar)

Psychology of working theory (PWT) provides an inclusive and critical view of work and career that is uniquely suited for our uncertain era. Professor David Blustein, a leading Boston academic, will begin with an overview of psychology of working theory and present cutting-edge implications for practice and systems change. David details the implications of the changing workforce in his recently published book “The Importance of Work in an Age of Uncertainty: The Eroding Work Experience in America”. He will draw upon ideas from this publication as an illustration of psychology of working theory in relation to real world problems.