• Posts Tagged ‘Career Advice and Guidance’

    New research: Labour Market Information (LMI) and CEG

    by  • September 24, 2012 • Schools and Communities • 0 Comments

    New research: Labour Market Information (LMI) and CEG

    The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has published a number of reports earlier in September about the importance and best practices surrounding the use of Labour Market Information in career education and guidance (CEG). The three reports, having similar titles but very different contents are important empirical evidence that career guidance should...

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    Having the right tools

    by  • September 2, 2012 • Schools and Communities • 0 Comments

    A single bucket is the tool you need. School improvement may be much simpler and smaller having used it

    A couple of weeks ago I mentioned I’m working on a project that will be revealed soon. This project started out as a hypothetical exercise attempting to seamlessly integrate career education into the standard curriculum and became larger – much larger than that. The main reason for that is conversations I constantly have with...

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    Let them have jobs!

    by  • May 8, 2012 • Schools and Communities • 0 Comments

    Simply careers Education Employability blog

    With business confidence in school leavers’ ability to integrate in the workplace at an all-time low, do we perhaps need to consider revising some of the skills taught in schools to make them more appealing to businesses Roughly six month ago, the CBI released some alarming figures: 28.6% of businesses have confidence in hiring...

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