admin wrote a new post, Financial Returns, Job Prospects and Lifestyle Factors – Post-18 Choices 1 week, 6 days ago
Young people are making decisions about what they plan to do after leaving formal education as early as Year 7 or 8, with parents, teachers and friends being their preferred information sources, according to a new […]
admin wrote a new post, ESFA Update: 12 June 2019 1 week, 6 days ago
Latest information and actions from the Education and Skills Funding Agency for academies, schools, colleges, local authorities and further education providers.
ESFA Update further education: 12 […]
admin wrote a new post, To Tackle Our Mental Health Crisis, Career Guidance Could be Surprisingly Important 1 week, 6 days ago
Being unemployed tends to be bad for your mental health.
We know this from long-term studies which show that people’s mental health often deteriorates when they become unemployed and can improve when they get […]
admin wrote a new post, The Education Inspection Framework: What this Means for Governors by Amanda Spielman 2 weeks ago
Amanda Spielman spoke at the National Governance Association (8 Jun) about the response to the consultation on the education inspection framework and what the new framework means for governors.
Thank you for […]
admin wrote a new post, Why Mid-Life Could be the Best Time to Change Careers in Canada 2 weeks ago
Record low unemployment, innovation, longer careers just some reasons middle-aged workers can find new paths. An article by Brandie Weikle is a senior writer for CBC News based in Toronto.
While there isn’t w […]
admin wrote a new post, AI Careers Unappealing to UK Workers 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Government data finds that many are uninterested in a career in AI as BEIS announces plans to boost technology skill.
Only 39% of people are interested in a career in AI with 59% of those aged under 45, according […]
admin wrote a new post, ViewPoint by Anne Milton: Developing Skills For The #FutureofWork 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Developing skills for the jobs of the future: Helping people develop the skills, and grow the qualification portfolio, so they’re ready for jobs that don’t exist yet.
You can look at that in two ways:
admin wrote a new post, Workshop for Potential VocTech Impact Applicants: Lincoln 2 weeks, 2 days ago
The UFI Charitable Trust are looking to offer grants for innovative uses of digital technology that enable large numbers of adults to access and develop the skills they need for work.
They are running […]
admin wrote a new post, Career Breaks Are the New Norm – So Why Are They Still Stigmatised? 2 weeks, 5 days ago
When we think of career breaks, motherhood tends to spring to mind. But there are many other reasons why people take time off work, and getting back in isn’t always easy.
Geoff was 44 when he found himself f […]
admin wrote a new post, Harnessing the Power of Systematic Career Exploration 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Such exploration should happen early and often, writes Rebekah Layton, director of professional development programs in the Office of Graduate Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who […]
admin wrote a new post, Three Questions to Ask Your Clients When They Feel Overwhelmed by Career Choices 2 weeks, 6 days ago
“Do what you love” is career advice that’s easy to give, but notoriously hard to follow.
For one thing, we can’t always accurately predict what kind of job we’ll love until we’re actually doing it. For […]
admin wrote a new post, ESFA Update: 5 June 2019 2 weeks, 6 days ago
ESFA Update further […]
admin wrote a new post, Four-Letter Verdict on Colossal Europeasn Social Fund Blunder 2 weeks, 6 days ago
In what one ESFA official is alleged to have called a “f*ck up of epic proportions”, all 80 training providers in receipt of around £300 million of European Social Funding are being investigated after funding clai […]
admin wrote a new post, Careers England: Newsletter 141 3 weeks ago
CE E-news issue 141
admin wrote a new post, Embracing Chaos Theory of Careers 3 weeks ago
The following article is by Christopher Mesaros
The best prognosticators of our time are struggling to predict career trends ten years from now, let alone offer concrete visions of the workforce when all of Gen Z […]
admin wrote a new post, T Levels: The NexT Level Branding 3 weeks, 1 day ago
New T Level branding unveiled to boost awareness of the new courses ahead of the 2020 rollout
With the introduction of T Levels just around the corner, the new branding has now been unveiled to […]
admin wrote a new post, Article in FENews: College Careers Provision Given the Thumps Up 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Waltham Forest College has recently been assessed under the matrix Standard, which is a unique quality standard used to assess and measure the delivery and impact of the overall careers service.
admin wrote a new post, The Rise of Underemployment in Australia 3 weeks, 5 days ago
According to the Bureau’s Labour Force Survey, reports show that in 2019, the seasonally adjusted underemployment rate has increased to 8.5 per cent – that’s almost two million people in Australia who want to work […]
admin wrote a new post, Sector Response to the Augar Review of Post-18 Education and Funding 3 weeks, 5 days ago
The independent panel, led by Philip Augar, has published its findings and recommendations for the Government’s review of post-18 education and funding in England.
The Augar Review has over 60 rec […]
admin wrote a new post, ESFA announces European Social Fund Providers in 38 Local Enterprise Partnership Areas 3 weeks, 6 days ago
ESFA has announced 47 providers who have secured European Social Fund (ESF) funding
These providers will help to develop the skills of young people and adults in 38 local enterprise partnership areas, to make […]