CAREERS EDUCATION, INFORMATION, ADVICE & GUIDANCE (CEIAG)
The College has been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard Cambridge County Council ‘Investing in Quality’.
Preparation for future transitions should be smooth and well informed to facilitate effective career management. The Careers provision supports our students during activities which enable them to gain a deeper understanding of themselves as they move through school life and beyond. They gain knowledge of the options that may be available to them in order to make realistic career decisions. A comprehensive and progressive careers programme supporting the choice of education and employment pathways whilst considering individual skills, attributes and beliefs, thereby promoting sustainable employability throughout future working lives.
Effective careers education and guidance has the capacity to make a positive contribution to the well-being of individuals, their families and their communities; aiding social and economic growth. By engaging students, teachers, parents and the local community we aim to enable our students to fulfil their potential and to achieve a successful future.
Since January 2018 schools and colleges have a statutory duty to ensure that there is an opportunity for a range of education and training providers to access all pupils from Year 8, for the purpose of informing them about approved technical qualifications or apprenticeships (Please see our Provider Access Policy)
Independent, Impartial Careers Advice
Schools now have a duty to provide access to unbiased and impartial careers guidance for their students. Anglian Learning Trust sought the services of a Level 6 qualified Independent Career Guidance Counsellor, Mrs Jo Smith who is able to provide high quality, personalised, career information and advice to individuals and groups of students. Deeper guidance counselling interventions facilitate the exploration of an individual’s skills, attributes and interests in relation to their career options. Mrs Smith further supports staff across Trust communities to enhance the provision of careers education and work-related learning activities, thereby promoting student learning and progression. Students can request an interview, via their form tutor, or parents are able to contact the school to make a request. Student data is shared with Mrs Smith, in order for the most accurate and helpful advice to be given.
- Mrs Smith is the Career Guidance Counsellor and can be contacted at: email@example.com telephone: 01223 811250 x336
- Katie Neville-Jones is the Curriculum Careers Lead and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
A link to our current CEIAG Policy can be found on our policies page: Click here
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