It has been reported by the BBC News that degree courses offered by universities and college providers will be awarded an ‘Olympic’ rating of gold, silver and bronze. The degree courses will be given this rank based on three different factors. This will be a big undertaking for the government, as it is planned that … Continue reading New ‘Olympic’ rating for degree courses
For our final blog of the series for National Careers Week, we look back at a post from over a couple of years ago which still feels partly relevant today… ‘Out and about last weekend I couldn’t help but listen in to the conversation that a group of young people were having as they stood … Continue reading Parity of esteem – we need to take tips from TOWIE!
Here is today’s blog of the series for National Careers Week 2018. Just in case you missed it, we look back at our post from the end of January all about the Department for Education’s long-awaited statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and staff… This statutory guidance replaces the version issued in March 2015 … Continue reading New statutory guidance from the Department for Education
‘If young people know more about the range of careers open to people with the right qualifications, they will have a clearer idea of the routes to better jobs’ Page 12 of the ‘Good Career Guidance’ Report by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. It’s National Careers Week (NCW) 2018! For the second in our series of … Continue reading How CASCAID Products Meet and Exceed the Eight Benchmarks in the Gatsby Report
At CASCAID, our mission is to help anyone, anywhere in the world, create a successful future through self-knowledge, exploration and planning. Experiences gained early in a young person’s exposure to work are incredibly important in shaping their future skills. A strong careers provision including good quality careers education and guidance is vital in helping young … Continue reading National Careers Week 2018 – 5-10 March.
A private school, which Prince Charles himself attended, is offering a GCSE boot camp for teenagers who are struggling to revise and are becoming stressed about upcoming exams. This week-long boot camp offered by the private school is hoping to attract students and help prepare them for their exams. This is through a combination of … Continue reading The Gordonstoun GCSE boot camp for teenagers struggling with revision
We have made a couple of minor changes to our CASCAID Product Login website page to help users correctly select the product they require. Kudos AD has moved to alongside Kudos and we have emboldened the ‘Ages’ range to help make it clearer for our users to identify: CASCAID Manager, our free powerful management and … Continue reading Launch Our Products
After reading the following blog, we liked the style and thought it would be good to do a similar style for a CASCAID blog… An A-Z of Business Beasts - Explore our bestiary of business terms - from sharks and bear markets to narwhals and yak shaving Deciding that 26 points about CASCAID and/ or … Continue reading Did you know ‘CASCAID’ is an acronym?
The TES have recently reported that artificial intelligence will take over from humans in the marking of student’s exam papers – but how much do we actually trust a computer to mark a student’s work? At a recent conference, it was decided that, by 2025, all entries for students will be marked by artificial intelligence … Continue reading Is artificial intelligence the future for student’s results?
At CASCAID, our mission is to help anyone, anywhere in the world, create a successful future through self-knowledge, exploration and planning. To achieve this, one of the many things we do is regularly review our products to ensure the information we supply is accurate and up-to-date. Our most recent updates to Kudos and Kudos AD … Continue reading Take a look at the new careers and features added to Kudos and Kudos AD