Tag: Career advice

Apprenticeships – Still the poor relation?

Apprenticeships – Still the poor relation?

Apprenticeship is very much a buzz word when it comes to world of employment and career guidance. We are constantly being informed and involved in discussions about how they constitute a wonderful new pathway into the world of work, and that the routinely fed conveyor belt into university will become less crowded than we have … Continue reading Apprenticeships – Still the poor relation?

Brand new adviser feedback function in Kudos!

Brand new adviser feedback function in Kudos!

Our newest feature in the latest Kudos update allows you to take career guidance outside of classroom hours. One of the biggest challenges we hear that careers teachers and advisers face is the lack of curriculum time available to deliver career guidance. Unfortunately, we can’t add more time during the school week – but we … Continue reading Brand new adviser feedback function in Kudos!

Looking at enhancing careers support in your organisation for the new academic year?

Looking at enhancing careers support in your organisation for the new academic year?

Here at CASCAID we are committed to continuously provide careers guidance to help support young people in identifying their future, education, training and career goals. Our online resources allows young people to explore a myriad of careers based on their interests and inspirations. To support our continued mission to ensure access to high-quality career guidance … Continue reading Looking at enhancing careers support in your organisation for the new academic year?

A parents’ guide to GCSE results day

A parents’ guide to GCSE results day

Is your son or daughter receiving their grades with GCSE results day being just around the corner? Results day is not just a list of grades of what your child has achieved but is also a step towards the next stage of exploring the path to their career. What options are available to them, what … Continue reading A parents’ guide to GCSE results day

The new Teaching Excellence Framework, What does it mean for universities?

The new Teaching Excellence Framework, What does it mean for universities?

You have decided to go to university, chosen your course, attended a few open days, found a spacious welcoming campus with plenty of activities and a city or town that is charming and bursting with cultural and social hangouts. All very important but what about the teaching and quality of the course? A student is … Continue reading The new Teaching Excellence Framework, What does it mean for universities?

A Parents’ Guide to Careers Guidance

A Parents’ Guide to Careers Guidance

The decisions young people make from an early stage at school can have a big impact on their future career choices and happiness. Young people today have more options available for their future than ever before but there are factors that affect them. With an ever-changing workplace landscape, it is even more important for them … Continue reading A Parents’ Guide to Careers Guidance

CASCAID’s new festive job role

CASCAID’s new festive job role

With the holiday season closing in on us and demand being high at the North Pole, Santa Claus has asked the team at CASCAID to add in a new career choice to help him gather recruits.   Christmas Operations Manager - Santa Claus Are you a responsible person, who enjoys giving presents and gifts to … Continue reading CASCAID’s new festive job role

Why not all online careers resources are the same

In recent weeks, we have been speaking to a number of careers co-ordinators, head of careers and advisers, who have asked for help with convincing school managers of the need to retain their budget for careers resources. With school budgets continuing to be squeezed, some careers teams are coming under pressure to use free resources … Continue reading Why not all online careers resources are the same

National Careers Week- Resources

Career and employability resources can help your students become fully informed, inspired and confident in their choices for their next steps, whether that’s GCSE choices, deciding to take an apprenticeship or choosing to take a year in industry before going to university. The basis of making informed decisions is having accurate, impartial and up to … Continue reading National Careers Week- Resources