Providing information, advice and guidance you can rely on.

We’re here to…

• Provide information, advice and guidance to your students so they are more informed through exploring education, training, apprenticeship and job options.
• Help you and your governing body meet the new statutory guidance by providing consultancy services.
• Support parents in understanding and helping their children get more from their careers education.
• Provide a comprehensive work experience/work place encounter service.

Careers Advice and Guidance

We provide Information, advice and guidance young people can rely on. Talk to us about the needs you have and we’ll put together a bespoke and cost effective package that’s right for you.

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Work Experience

We are committed to provide a work experience service that supports young people, schools, colleges and businesses, work together to achieve meaningful and safe work experience as simply as possible.

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Enterprise Education

We work in partnership with a range of education providers and businesses to support young people to raise aspirations and access opportunities to create the workforce of tomorrow.

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We run a range of different projects focused on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).

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Support for Schools

Feeling overwhelmed? As experts in our field we can help you develop a school-wide careers guidance strategy that works across your organisation enabling you to meet the Gatsby Benchmarks.

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Investor in Careers

Investor in Careers is a Licensed Awarding Body for the Quality in Careers Standard award, which showcases and supports the management of careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG).

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Meeting your Statutory Obligations.

Here’s what you need to know:

• Your school should have their own careers programme in place which meets the requirements of the eight Gatsby Benchmarks.
• It is essential to provide young people with access to independent careers guidance from year 8 to year 13.
• Every school should have a named career leader
• Schools should consider gaining a formal accreditation of their careers programme through the Quality in Careers Standard (Investor in Careers).

The DFE has published the new careers statutory guidance.