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Sustaining Careers Education. Paul Symes Edge Hill University Annual Conference for Careers Advisors. We had: Careers, work related learning and enterprise 11-19 Quality Standards for young people IAG Quality Choice and Aspiration – IAG strategy CEG resource Pack. We Have:

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sustaining careers education

Sustaining Careers Education

Paul Symes

Edge Hill University

Annual Conference for Careers Advisors

current situation
We had:

Careers, work related learning and enterprise 11-19

Quality Standards for young people IAG

Quality Choice and Aspiration – IAG strategy

CEG resource Pack

We Have:

The Education Act 2011 The duty to secure independent and impartial Careers Guidance for young people in schools

Current situation
how are the changes affecting your organisation
How are the changes affecting your organisation?
  • In your groups discuss:
  • The changes you are making in your organisation.
  • The advantages or opportunities that can be taken from these changes
  • The disadvantages and problems that are arising.
what is happening nationally
What is happening Nationally ?
  • David Andrews Jan 2012 identified the following models :
    • Individual Careers Advisors
    • Social Enterprises
    • Careers Organisations
    • Education Business Partnerships
    • FE Colleges and Universities
what about the education act
What about the Education Act?
  • Paragraph 11 – Statutory Duty
  • ‘Schools to secure access to independent careers guidance for pupils in yrs 9 -11. Careers guidance must be presented in an impartial manner and promote the best interests of the pupils to whom it is given. Careers guidance must also include information on all options available in respect of 16 -18 education or training icluding apprenticeships and other work based education and training options.’
what about the education act1
What about the Education Act?
  • Paragraphs 12 - 21: Responsibilities of Schools
  • Securing access to independent face to face Careers Guidance
  • Assuring the quality of external providers of careers guidance
  • Providing other careers activities
  • Ensuring adequate support for pupils with special educational needs
  • Working with local authorities
  • Working with Education and training providers.
where can we get help
Where can we get help?
  • ACEG – Association of Careers Education and Guidance
  • Framework for Careers and Work related Education.
framework for careers and work related education
Framework for Careers and Work related Education.
  • The framework is constructed around three main areas of career and work-related learning:
  • Self-development through careers and work-related education
  • Finding out about careers and the world of work
  • Developing skills for career wellbeing and employability
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For complete document go to:
  • http://www.aceg.org.uk/
  • or
  • http://www.cegnet.co.uk/newsletters/apr12/files/TheACEGFramework.pdf
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Task
  • Spend 10 minutes looking through the learning outcome statements.
  • Identify those that you already cover and write in the box the activity that works
  • Is there things not included that should be there?
  • 5 minutes feedback
how do we do it all
How do we do it all?
  • Use the new Education Act as an Opportunity for Change.
  • It is up to us to keep the profile of Careers Education high within our institution.
  • Keep our own profile high.
  • If procuring a careers service/ individual, think carefully about what you need and include it in the contract.
  • Ask for help from others:
    • Departments
    • Learning Mentors
    • Tutors
    • Pastoral Staff
    • Parent’s
how do we do it all1
How do we do it all?
  • Work collaboratively – Events/ services are cheaper if the cost is shared.
and finally research
And Finally:Research
  • In an article by Dr Anthony Mann, Director of Research and Policy, Education and Employers Taskforce he states:
    • 26.1% of young people who could recall no contact with employers whilst at school went on to become NEET. This reduced significantly to 4.3% for those who had taken part in four or more activities involving employers (career insights, mentoring, work tasters, work experience etc).
research
Research
  • The report is careful not to see school-mediated employer engagement as the solution to youth unemployment. It argues that the impacts of young people meeting adults from the world of work and getting insights into careers will be only be optimised within an professional careers advice framework.
thank you
Thank you

Paul Symes

e-mail: symeseducational@googlemail.com

Tele : 07989651321