Tag: eguidance

National Careers Week – involving parents in career planning

It's the final day of National Careers Week. Today, we look at how parents and carers can help to support young people's career decisions. Career decisions – top tips for parents and carers At CASCAiD, we are regularly contacted by parents and carers about how they can support their child with planning their career. Young … Continue reading National Careers Week – involving parents in career planning

National Careers Week – technology in careers education, information, advice and guidance

Our latest post to support National Careers Week looks at the role of ICT in careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). To find out more about National Careers Week, click here. The role of ICT in CEIAG Technology-based resources have an important part to play in CEIAG delivery. CEIAG delivery can require extensive human resource, but with … Continue reading National Careers Week – technology in careers education, information, advice and guidance

Update from NAEGA 2010

An update from Jason Owen, CASCAiD’s UK Sales Manager: 2010 NAEGA National Conference My colleague Suzette and I were the CASCAiD representatives at the NAEGA National Conference in Manchester. The conference took place over two days (5th and 6th October) and provided an excellent opportunity to find out about recent and forthcoming developments particularly within the … Continue reading Update from NAEGA 2010

Rethinking eGuidance

I spent a really interesting day yesterday at iCeGs, based at the University of Derby. iCeGs, the International Centre for Guidance Studies, hosted a workshop on Rethinking eGuidance: the changing role of technology in careers work. Facilitated by Professor Jim Sampson, a visiting professor from the University of Florida and Dr Tristram Hooley, Head of … Continue reading Rethinking eGuidance