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Action on Careers campaign urges investment in career guidance

20 March 2012Action on Careers: making a difference is a UK-wide campaign that was launched on Thursday, 8 March by the Institute of Career Guidance (ICG). The aim of the campaign is to urge individuals, government and employers to invest in career guidance to help the UK return to growth and support those people who are struggling to find a job or direction in their lives.A key campaign objective is to ensure that everyone who needs access to expert career guidance should receive it – where…See More
Mar 21, 2012
Press Release by Anne Nicholls

Nearly one in ten schools in England are not planning to offer any career guidance for pupils, survey shows

Nearly one in ten schools in England are not planning to offer any career guidance for pupils, survey shows Many schools in England are uncertain how to manage their new duties for career guidance and plug the gap left by local authority cuts, a survey by the Institute of Career Guidance has found. Nearly one in ten are planning to provide no career guidance at all, or simply refer pupils to websites and other online information sources. And one in three are still undecided about what to do.But…See More
Feb 24, 2012
Press Release by Anne Nicholls

Skills Minister John Hayes to address annual conference of Institute of Career Guidance, 3-4 November

 John Hayes, Minister for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s annual conference of the Institute of Career Guidance on 3-4 November in Brighton.The event comes in the wake of the false optimism generated at last year’s conference when Hayes announced the creation of an all-age National Careers Service for England. It is now clear that, for young people up to age 19, this service will provide only online and telephone-based services, with…See More
Oct 12, 2011
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New beginnings - sustaining the future. Annual conference of the Institute of Career Guidance at Thistle Hotel, Brighton

November 3, 2011 to November 4, 2011
Flagship event for anyone working in careers education information advice and guidanceSpeakers include:John Hayes MPSimon Hughes, MPRuth Spellman, Chair of the Careers Profession AllianceSir Keith Harris, Chief Executive of OFFA (Office on Fair Access to HE)David Hughes, Provider Services Director of the Skills Funding Agency Further information:Dates: Thursday 3 – Friday 4 November.Venue: Thistle Hotel, Brighton.Costs: From £60 a day (for students and unemployed members) To reserve a…See More
Oct 12, 2011
Press Release by Anne Nicholls

Institute of Career Guidance appoints Chief Executive

Institute of Career Guidance appoints Chief Executive Ian Barratt has been appointed as Chief Executive of the Institute of Career Guidance  – the UK’s largest membership body for careers professionals. He brings a wealth of experience in leadership, strategic development and change management to the Institute. Previous roles include Chief Executive at the Institute of Management Consultancy and Deputy General Secretary at the Association of Chief Police Officers, as well as recent experience…See More
Sep 6, 2011

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Action on Careers campaign urges investment in career guidance

20 March 2012

Action on Careers: making a difference is a UK-wide campaign that was launched on Thursday, 8 March by the Institute of Career Guidance (ICG). The aim of the campaign is to urge individuals, government and employers to invest in career guidance to help the UK return to growth and support those people who are struggling to find a job or direction in their lives.

A key campaign objective is to ensure that everyone who needs access to expert career…

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Released on March 21, 2012 at 16:27 —

Nearly one in ten schools in England are not planning to offer any career guidance for pupils, survey shows

Nearly one in ten schools in England are not planning to offer any career guidance for pupils, survey shows

 

Many schools in England are uncertain how to manage their new duties for career guidance and plug the gap left by local authority cuts, a survey by the Institute of Career Guidance has found. Nearly one in ten are planning to provide no career guidance at all, or simply refer pupils to websites and other online information sources. And one in three are still…

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Released on February 24, 2012 at 17:11 —

Skills Minister John Hayes to address annual conference of Institute of Career Guidance, 3-4 November

 

John Hayes, Minister for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s annual conference of the Institute of Career Guidance on 3-4 November in Brighton.

The event comes in the wake of the false optimism generated at last year’s conference when Hayes announced the creation of an all-age National Careers Service for England. It is now clear that, for young people…

Continue

Released on October 12, 2011 at 14:32 —

Institute of Career Guidance appoints Chief Executive

Institute of Career Guidance appoints Chief Executive



 Ian Barratt has been appointed as Chief Executive of the Institute of Career Guidance   the UK’s largest membership body for careers professionals. He brings a wealth of experience in leadership, strategic development and change management to the…

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Released on September 5, 2011 at 18:24 —

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