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Since the advent of Skills Route and for some time before, we have enjoyed exploring the changing landscape of careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). It seems unnecessary to recount the potted history of changes, so we have chosen to focus this post on the wealth of recommendations for best practice. These have largely been issued since the significant shift that occurred in September 2012 after nearly 40 years - careers guidance moved from having been a publicly funded service to becoming a statutory duty for schools to provide 'independent and impartial careers guidance' for their pupils.
It's perhaps useful to name just a few of the most well-known resources written to help schools make an effective provision:
More recently, provision of CEIAG in schools has been again under the spotlight - this time the focus has been on existing provision - and the infrastructure of organisations and activities that exist already. It's certainly a hot topic with a variety of studies and assessments being announced:
With so much energy, activity and information, the CEIAG sector has every opportunity to flourish - and new businesses in the sector (like us) can't help but feel encouraged and supported.