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Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) | Gatsby
July 3, 2019
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Gatsby has produced Good Career Guidance: Perspectives from the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Sector, in partnership with The Careers & Enterprise Company and Disability Rights UK.

Copies of Presentations Explaining T Levels
June 25, 2019
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As T Levels are gaining momentum more organisations are sharing their knowledge about them.

The following are copies of presentations made to the CDI by Sue Clarke from DfE and Gatsby.

 Gatsby T Levels Awareness Raising CDI 2019

Intro to T Levels – CDI

 

ViewPoint: Anne Milton – ‘We are Bringing About a Breakthrough in Careers’
April 29, 2019
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Sixteen months on from the launch of the careers strategy there is a real buzz of excitement about careers, insists the skills minister when talking to TES

When I first became minister of state for skills and apprenticeships, I heard all too often that careers education and guidance was not reaching all those young people most in need of it.

Despite the good intentions and hard work of many, careers provision was patchy and too reliant on a chance encounter or a well-connected parent.

But what if you are from a family without these connections? What if you are from a disadvantaged community and do not have access to a wide range of opportunities?

That is why I was delighted to publish the careers strategy in 2017, which sets out our ambitions for a world-class careers system. Our aim is to create a thriving careers system. One that helps people to make the most of their skills and talents.

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Free Webinar: Gatsby Plus
March 11, 2019
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Learn more about the Gatsby benchmarks with Tristram Hooley and Phillip Hayes:

In this webinar we will cover: –

– The motivations & history behind Gatsby

– Tips on good practice

– How Gatsby aims to improve careers education

Various dates between now and 17th March 2019. Register HERE Read more

Webinar Recording: Gatsby Benchmark 8
February 25, 2019
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Personal career guidance describes the one-to-one support that is given to individual students by a careers adviser, to help them make choices about future options

Since 2012 schools and colleges have been required to secure access to impartial career guidance for students from Year 8 to Year 13.

Gatsby Benchmark #8 sets an expectation that all students will have a career guidance interview with a professionally qualified careers adviser by age 16 and the opportunity for a further such interview between 16 and 18.

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