Careers education and information
Careers Education helps young people to develop the knowledge, confidence and skills that they need to make well-informed, thought-through choices and plans that enable them to progress smoothly into further learning and work, now and in the future. - Statutory Guidance: Impartial Careers Education - DCSF 2009
Careers Education and Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) help to prepare young people to make the choices that lie ahead, They can help to raise aspirations, increase attainment and contribute to increasing participation in education, training and employment.
From September 2012 Careers Education is no longer a statutory part of the curriculum at Key Stage 3 and 4. Schools are however still expected to deliver it and it is recommended for Post 16.
Get further information by using the links on this page.
Page updated 10/05/13