Careers Education and Guidance in a Nutshell. A briefing for senior managers Prepared by the Careers Education Support Programme Connexions on behalf of DfES. Background. ‘Careers Education and Guidance in a Nutshell’ was produced by the Careers Education Support Programme for Connexions
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A briefing for senior managers
Prepared by the Careers Education Support Programme Connexions on behalf of DfES
2 Sorting out the difference
3 Strong Connexions
4 Why we have careers education and guidance
5 What careers education and guidance looks like in practice
6 Who’s involved?
7 Tutors count!
8 Subject teachers inspire!
9 You’re not aloneContents
that careers education and guidance helps to:
that careers education and guidance consists of:
that Connexions is:
that schools provide careers education and guidance to:
that effective careers education and guidance is:
parents, carers and guardians
local authority staff
adults other than teachers
personal advisers6 ‘Who’s involved?’ tells you
that careers education is a partnership between:
that tutors have a key role in relation to:
that subject teachers have a key role in relation to:
that useful websites for further help include:
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Career learning can be achieved through: