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What Works research series

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We are delighted to announce that we will launch our new What Works research series on Monday 2nd October to help schools, employers and careers and enterprise providers to use evidence to shape their work preparing young people for the world of work.

The What Works series has been produced with various experts in careers provision and is made up of nine new papers, each addressing a different activity, its effectiveness and giving guidance on how to put knowledge into practice.

Each paper in the series will be released on a weekly basis with a dedicated webinar on Wednesdays at 1pm- 1.30pm to discuss the relevant paper’s findings and take questions.

You can access all the webinars from Wednesday 4th October via this link: https://v7.omnijoin.com/join?dn=cec

Please see below for the full list of speakers and schedule:

Wednesday 4th October: What Works? Careers events with Dr Elnaz Kashefpakdel from Education and Employers Research

Wednesday 11th October: What works? Transition programmes for young adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities with Dr Geraldene Codina and Dr Jill Hanson from iCeGS

Wednesday 18th October: What works? Work experience, job shadowing and workplace visits with Jonathan Buzzeo from NIESER

*Break week for half term*

Wednesday 1st November: What works? Transition skills event (mock interview and CV workshops) with Dr Elnaz Kashefpakdel from Education and Employers Research

Wednesday 8th November: What works? Business games and enterprise competitions with Professor Tristram Hooley from The Careers and Enterprise Company

*Break Week*

Wednesday 22nd November: What works? Involving young people in volunteering with Joy William, from IES

Wednesday 29th November: What works? Careers websites with Dr Katy Vigurs from iCeGS

Wednesday 6th December: What Works? Teacher CPD by employers with Vanessa Dodd from iCeGS

Wednesday 13th December: What Works? Careers in the curriculum with Jill Collins from Sheffield Hallam University

The complete series will be available to download from our website in the final week on Monday 11th December.

Please do sign up for the free webinars. The webinars are open to everyone, so please do share on your social media channels using the hashtag #CECWhatWorks, and encourage others to join in the discussion.

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