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Careers Live 2017
Thu 23 March 2017, 09:30 – 16:00 GMT
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With the new Minister for Apprenticeship and Skills (incl Careers Education), Robert Halfron, expected to give a talk on careers next month and the possibility of a revised Statutory Guidance early spring 2017, Careers Live is the perfect opportunity to engage with leading thinkers in the sector about what the future holds.
Benefits of attending this event
For schools and colleges working with CEIAG providers and Senior Managers in Education, Careers Live 2017 is an opportunity to review how CEAIG policy is being implemented, to reflect with Ofsted about careers education in the Common Inspection Framework and what they consider ‘good’ career education and to look at what more can be done to improve quality in CEIAG design and delivery.
Who should attend?
Head Teachers and Principals, Senior Leaders, Head of Careers, Head of Sixth Form, PHSE Leads, Governors with career responsibilities
Colleges & Universities
Principals, Careers Leads, Careers Advisers
Those with CEIAG responsibility in the organisation
Local Authority representatives with CEIAG links, Local Enterprise Partnerships, Careers Adivsers, Those with an interest in CEIAG
Update yourself on the current careers strategy, policies and political influences.
Analyse the future context for careers strategy in England and consider the response in your setting
Engage with Ofsted and their perspective about good careers education
Review ‘Quality in Careers’
Network with like-minded professionals in the CEAIG sector
Contribute to workshops and share ideas to improve CEAIG in schools and colleges
Programme for the day
9.15-9.45 Registration & Coffee
10.00-10.30 CEIAG - A Changing Landscape. David will give you an update on the current CEIAG related policies, with an insight into how the future of CEIAG is shaping up and the implications for practice in schools and colleges.
David Andrews- A leading national expert on careers education and guidance
10.30-11.15 The Common Inspection Framework - An update on the Framework and what outstanding CEIAG looks like in schools and colleges
Anita Pyrkotsh-Jone HMI National Lead for Careers Ofsted
11.35-12.05 Future for Careers Strategy in England – Latest thinking and strategic challenges from our expert speakers panel
The panel includesl
Dr. Floyd Millen – Head of Operations Delivery,Careers & Enterprise Company
Jan Ellis - Chief Executive, CDI
Paul Warner- Director of Policy, Association of Employers and Learning Provider (AELP)
TBC - National Careers Service
and will be joined by David Andrews and Anita Pyrotsch-Jones for a question and answer session
12.35-13.05 Quality in Careers
A look at what it takes to achieve a ‘Quality in Careers’.
Hear from local schools who have undertaken a Quality Mark. How was it for them and why did they feel it was important?
Career Works – IAG Training and Development
13.05-14.05 Lunch & exhibition . An exhibition of providers and employers from the Yorkshire and Humber region are here to tell you about the opportunities for young people in their organisations
After Lunch you have the choice of visiting two of our four workshops.
Workshop Choices – When booking your ticket you will be ask which two workshops you wish to attend.
LMI – What is Labour Market Information (LMI) and where to find it? In this workshop we take a look at the different sources of LMI that are out there and share ideas on how other schools and colleges are using LMI to inform their careers choices.
Gatsby Benchmarking – How to use Gatsby to review and develop CEIAG policy and practice in a school or college - Presented by David Andrews OBE
Careers, Employability and Enterprise – Take a look at the different career resources that are out there. What does Careers, Employability and Enterprise mean and how do we measure the impact it has.
Measuring Impact – What is it that you want to measure and how do you measure it?
We look at researched methods of evaluation to understand and prove impact.
We look forward to seeing you there