Sustaining CEIAG in Kent. Chief Executive Sean Kearns. The current position of CEIAG. Careers Guidance moves to the National Careers Service - merging the roles of Connexions, Connexions Direct and Next Steps by April 2012.
Careers Guidance moves to the National Careers Service - merging the roles of Connexions, Connexions Direct and Next Steps by April 2012.
Schools will have greater freedom and autonomy on how CEIAG is delivered in their school but have a duty to provide independent careers guidance.
Colleges responsibility will remain the same
(13-19 & up to 25 LDD)
and Connexions Direct
Universal offer to Schools & Colleges
Connexions (13-19 & up to 25 LDD)
Schools & Colleges
(Y9-11 all students)
Connexions School & College universal service Contracts will run until 31st August 2012
DfE guidance will be released in Jan 2012, providing information on securing ‘independent’ and ‘impartial’ advice.
Schools & colleges have a statutory responsibility to secure ‘Independent’ and ‘Impartial’ advice.
IAG & IAG Related Activities
CXK understands the characteristics of Kent’s young people.
Proven track record
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