Tag: young people's guidance

How will the Spending Review affect education?

Part of my role at CASCAiD is to keep up to date with the latest news and policies.  This is often focused on education and employment.  Keeping up to date allows CASCAiD to react quickly and effectively to changes in the market. On the 20th October, Chancellor George Osborne delivered the coalition government’s Spending Review.  … Continue reading How will the Spending Review affect education?

Extension to the Young Person’s Guarantee to be scrapped

This week, the government announced that the extension to the Young Person’s Guarantee is to be scrapped. The Guarantee promises a job or training place to every 18- to 24-year-old who has been out of work for six months or more. It was due to be extended into 2011/12 but that will no longer be … Continue reading Extension to the Young Person’s Guarantee to be scrapped

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