Tag: career guidance

Great support to help you make the most of your CASCAID subscription.

Great support to help you make the most of your CASCAID subscription.

We know how busy you are and understand the career education and guidance challenges you face; time and money is precious. While our programs are designed to be easy and intuitive to use, we appreciate that sometimes you may further require a little help. With this in mind, we have developed a wide range of … Continue reading Great support to help you make the most of your CASCAID subscription.

Internships – a fairer system for all?

Internships – a fairer system for all?

Internships have always been a great way to get the necessary experience to begin applying for jobs in that particular area - especially when it comes to graduate recruitment. If you have completed an internship, it shows potential employers that you also have the necessary drive and ambition required to succeed. So what is not … Continue reading Internships – a fairer system for all?

Join CASCAID’s workshop and be part of this year’s Leicester Business Festival.

Join CASCAID’s workshop and be part of this year’s Leicester Business Festival.

Here at CASCAID, we are very excited to be part of this year’s Leicester Business Festival (LBF). LBF is the first two-week business festival ever to be run in the UK and, in its third year it is by far, the largest of its kind. The Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP) played a key role in … Continue reading Join CASCAID’s workshop and be part of this year’s Leicester Business Festival.

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?