With exam season starting soon, it is important to start revising now before your exams start. You may have had some mock exams to help prepare for the real thing, but here is some advice and tips on how to revise for upcoming exams. Start revising now – starting to revise earlier rather than later … Continue reading Struggling with revision? Here are my top 10 tips!
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The UK trendence School Leaver Survey was completed earlier in the year by students in years 7 – 13 with the focus being diversity. As always, the findings contain comprehensive and valuable information which provide an in-depth insight into the career interests and influences of young people in the UK. We have analysed the data … Continue reading 2017 Schools Market Update: Sectors of Interest & Student Decision-Making
What Is an Apprenticeship? You have been looking at university or A level courses and they seem that they don’t suit you. An alternative route that you could choose is an Apprenticeship - but how do you actually apply? Apprenticeships are training schemes that allow you to learn and become qualified on-the-job, while earning real pay. This … Continue reading Apprenticeships – How Do I Apply?
Following the news last week for updates on A-level results and data, it struck me that there is so much information available for young people today. I felt quite overwhelmed by it all and wondered how students must be feeling about it all? And, no doubt I’ll be feeling the same this week as we … Continue reading Where do you start?
Wherever you’re moving on to, we’ve got you covered in our Moving On Results Day Guide 2017. We are very happy that the new NUS President, Shakira Martin is introducing our guide this year. Shakira is a fantastic role model and a source of inspiration for all young people and she has a few words of advice … Continue reading The Moving On 2017 Results Day Guide Is Here
Wow, it’s been quite a year in the careers education, information, advice and guidance world. Since the release of Ofsted’s thematic review, 'Going in the right direction?', last September, it seems like we’ve been bombarded with reports, commentary and statements about CEIAG. Private, public and voluntary sector organisations have been voicing their opinions on careers … Continue reading Careers – it’s a noisy place to be!
Social housing providers have recently been increasing the support they provide to their tenants to help them into sustainable employment. Helping tenants into work is critical not just financially but also socially. Gaining employment will give tenants a sense of place in the world, reduce the negative impact of inter-generational worklessness on communities (which can … Continue reading Employment Support for Housing Associations
A STEM-focussed report has been published, providing a positive viewpoint of female engineers and offering support for the female uptake of STEM subjects. This challenges the recent wave of negative STEM reports, which have tended to focus on the fact that young women aren’t choosing to study science and engineering. This report states why women … Continue reading STEM Role Models – Britain HAS Got Talented Female Engineers
Update from Jason Owen, CASCAiD's UK Sales Manager I attended day one of the Annual National Conference for CEG Advisers and Consultants or the ‘David Andrews Conference’ as it is also known, which took place on the 17th November in York. David had put together an excellent, topical programme, which included key notes from Jennifer Coupland … Continue reading The Future of Careers Education and Guidance – 14th Annual National Conference for CEG Advisers and Consultants
Yesterday, I exhibited for CASCAID at a careers guidance event hosted by Connexions Northumberland. Held at Dissington Hall, the event attracted around 40 delegates. While my main job was to help delegates by providing product demonstrations and answering questions at the CASCAiD stand, I was also able to attend a number of the seminars. Delivering … Continue reading Connexions Northumberland Event