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The Shine Careers Primary Programme helps you to support the raising of standards of achievement for all your primary age children and broaden their horizons and aspirations with regard to their futures.
Each school, college and academy has different needs when it comes to the careers support and development they want for their students. That’s why we give the flexibility and support to choose a service that suits you, delivered when and where it’s needed.
We know that sometimes young people can become disengaged and may need alternative support to help them along their educational journey. We run specific projects aimed at keeping or getting young people into employment, education or training.
The UK population is becoming more aware and understanding of mental health issues and the impact they can have on the lives of individuals. It is increasingly being addressed in the media and, in the past year, a topic that schools and businesses have been keen to start to address too.
There is a growing investment in digital tools within career guidance in the UK – including in GBL resources.
While the United Kingdom appears to have fewer religious and cultural barriers than other European countries in its acceptance of alternative identities, it would be incorrect to assume that some learners do not continue to face obstacles in accessing VET courses and achieving success due to their gender.
Nationally recognised qualifications that promote learning, development and ethical practice in the IAG sector. We offer flexible delivery and can tailor packages to meet your needs.
We’re are committed to helping those with career responsibilities keep up to date with the careers landscape. Our networking and educational opportunities are available free of charge to all those with responsibility for CEIAG in the education sector.
Digitalization and the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution are changing our way of working. These changes have an impact on both the way people work and the required individual skills and competences.
New technologies have frequently and rapidly changed the shape and profile of the labour market throughout the 20th century. It is not enough to show children HOW the world is changing. They need to understand WHY it is changing, and to visualise HOW it will look.
The mission of the ACCEnT project is to help counselling, coaching and guidance professionals and practitioners, referred to as guidance practitioners throughout this document, who work with hard-to-reach groups (the long-term unemployed, NEETs, migrants, early school leavers, refugees and asylum seekers) in their daily work.
The world today is a lot smaller place and so more and more people are starting to consider studying, working or living abroad. However, it is often difficult to find accurate and reliable advice on the global opportunities available.
We want to help you to deliver an excellent careers service to young people. We’ve developed a number of resources to help make your life easier and ensure the subject of careers can be engaging and informative.
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