Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance Where are

Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance Where are we now! 11 May 2012- Sarah Collison Presentation content Overview of the IAG Landscape - The National Careers Service - Connexions / New Arrangements for schools and Local Authorities - New National Register for Careers Professionals

Quality - Ofsted - Matrix - Investors in Careers IiC CEIAG Coalition themes: Social mobility, labour market information/skills, raising participation age. Professionalism, impartiality and quality frameworks. All within reduced guidance and budgets Things to note for CEIAG: New CEIAG duties, new framework, new quality marks, new KS4 and 5 progression measures, professionalising workforce (new

register of guidance practitioners level 6 qualified) New National Careers Service. Single point of access for all adults and young people: https://nextstep.direct.gov.uk/ Organisations within the National Careers Service will be required to hold a new quality standard New school framework - Jan 2012 implementation FE/WBL framework update announcements made on Ofsted website summer 2012 for implementation September 2012 Website, helpline and face-to-face for adults https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

Telephone : 0800 100 900 between 8am -10pm 7 days a week The National Careers Service Launched April 2012 Online and helpline service available for young people and adults Redesigned website making information about careers more accessible High quality advice and guidance to adults in a range of community locations

Making the transition Building on the best of Next Step and Connexions A focus on professional independent guidance Underpinned by empirical up to date Labour Market Information A requirement to be accredited to matrix by April 2013 visible national quality standard Making the transition Introduction of the new brand from April

2012 Youth Contract guarantee of a careers interview for 18-24 year old jobseekers Lifelong Learning Accounts Transition of Careers Information, Advice Service (CIAS) in custody from August 2012 Making the transition Working in partnership with key stakeholders Co-located with Jobcentres, FE colleges and community centres, providing a triage service for the community

A focus on achieving positive outcomes for customers National Marketing and awareness raising Matrix Required for National Careers Service Young people, schools etc will know if their IAG service meets recognised professional standards NB new register of advisers holding CEIAG postgraduate qualifications being established Emqc providers of matrix

The New National Register for Career Professionals Launched in May 2012 Mission to create a more unified sector where all types of practitioners guidance specialists, careers educators, coaches, counsellors and others become part of an integrated approach and raise professional standards. Registration is voluntary and open to those with an approved career development qualification at QCF Level 6 or above

Youth unemployment Riots - 5 issues for education providers: Attainment Attendance

Alternative provision Address NEET early (RONIs) Pupils to be work ready Hope and dreamsit starts with schools After the Riots It is not clear what support young people below 16 who are at risk of becoming NEET will receiveIt is also not clear how schools will be assessed on the careers advice and support they offer to their pupilsThe Panel expects the Ofsted thematic review of careers guidance to be important here.

In our Neighbourhood Survey, only 43% of residents feel schools adequately prepare young people for work. Youth Contract Job subsidies for businesses to take on an 18-24 year old as part of the work programme Offer of work experience for every 18-24 year old before they enter the work programme Incentives for employers to take on apprentices 16-17 year old NEET special support Supports LA legal duty to young people up to 19/25 SEN

CEIAG developments New publications: Ofsted school framework (Ofsted) (FE due Sept 2012) http://excellencegateway.org.uk/page.aspx?o=315923 has LSIS good practice documents which are useful. Statutory guidance for careers guidance (DfE) National career and work related education framework (ACEG) www.aceg.org.uk What are the key drivers on CEIAG now? Youth unemployment RPA Destination measures

Professional standards Quality awards Education Act November 2011 New duty (Sept 2012): Schools to secure independent careers guidance for all in year 9-11 (extended to yr 8 and up to yr 13 and colleges?) Other changes: Removal of duty to provide careers education years 7-11 BUT Secretary of State still expects careers education to be delivered in English schools Removal of duty to provide careers advisers with access to and information on students BUT ministers expect these

arrangements to be agreed as part of the school/careers guidance provider contract Removal of duty on schools to provide careers information BUT this is an integrated part of the new duty above. Data collection/publication of school and college leavers activities (destinations) NB: new progression/ destination measure The Education Act: Independent careers guidance is defined as: Impartial Information on all options available in

16-18 phase of education or training including apprenticeships Promotes the best interests of pupils Provided by people other than those employed at a school There is a demand for more and better careers guidance (DfE 11-11) based on S Goddard slides, summer 2011 Ofsted Key Judgement

Guidance criteria Quality of Leadership and Management: Ensuring the curriculum promotes successful progression to the pupils next stage of education, training or employment Strategies and procedures, including the provision of appropriate guidance, to help pupils prepare for life in modern, democratic Britain and a global society Working in partnership with other schools, external agencies and the community, including business Overall effectiveness: The extent to which the education provided by the school meets the needs of the range of pupils at the schooltaking into account the progression and destination of pupils when they leave

school. How well the students have gained: A well-informed understanding of the options and challenges facing them as they move through the school and on to next stage of their education and training Develop the skills and attitudes to enable them to participate fully and positively in democratic, modern Britain Destination measures at Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 (first published 2012 using 11 data) KS4 and KS5 Destination Measures are being developed to look at the success of schools in helping their pupils to progress on to positive post-16 destinations.

For both primary and secondary schools, we will put greater emphasis This is to help: on the progress of every Provide clear information to parents and young child setting out more people about the post-16 routes taken by former prominently in learners. performance tables how Make schools and post-16 providers accountable for well pupils progress

We will introduce a ensuring that: all their pupils take qualifications that offer them measure of how young people do when they the best opportunity to progress receive the support needed to prepare for and leave school. complete that transition. The Importance of Support the increased focus on disadvantaged pupils Teaching, 2010 to ensure that they make a successful transition, helping to raise post-16 participation and reduce

NEET. based on S Goddard slides, summer 2011 What the measures might look like: Key Stage 4: School A had 90 per cent of pupils who progressed to a positive destination within one year of ending Key Stage 4. Of these pupils: 50 per cent entered further education in School Sixth Form 20 per cent entered further education in Further Education College 10 per cent entered work-based learning or an Apprenticeship 10 per cent entered employment Key Stage 5:

College B had 70 per cent of students who progressed to a positive destination within one year of their 1618 learning. Of these pupils: 40 per cent entered higher education at University (5 per cent of these students went to Oxford or Cambridge University) 20 per cent continued in further education. 10 per cent entered employment Subject to data testing, the KS4 and 5 destination measure will be published alongside the KS 4 and 5 Performance Tables. based on S Goddard slides, summer 2011 Demonstrating quality Helps ensure best progression and

retention all quality awards are going to have their own quality standards to meet the Quality in Careers Standard (QiCS) IiC criteria includes: CEIAG policy CEIAG entitlement statement (forthcoming Careers Guarantee?) Programme Employer/other

provider contact Partnership agreement with external careers provider Evaluation and review systems Staff training FE College: What makes it particularly effective? Careers education embedded into curriculum/tutorial programmes (mapping to national framework identified any

gaps). Established a tutorial scheme of work for students. Dedicated personal tutor team, headed by Tutor and Achievement Manager. All trained in CEIAG All students have ILP on Moodle. Used the college Curriculum Excellence Team to produce departmental agreements re CEIAG provision. Co-ordinated planning at senior level Student Services staff trained to NVQ3 Advice and Guidance and work with external Level 6 careers adviser Student voice is an important part of review and development, e.g. Student Union, learner surveys Quality in Careers Standard

Provides national validation for CEIAG quality awards ensuring they meet robust national standards CEIAG quality awards for schools, colleges and WBL providers CEIAG quality awards Highly valued and demonstrate to parents and young people they are being offered good quality support (BIS, April 2012)

What next? Schools should be preparing for new duty to secure access to independent careers guidance now (also to meet Statutory Guidance) Ofsted thematic review of careers guidance to report summer 2013 Check Ofsted requirements re CEIAG Use new national career and work-related education framework (by ACEG) Produce a Careers Support Guarantee what a child can expect in terms of advice, guidance, contact with businesses and work experience

Quality award still on the Government agenda. QICS, PSHE review, Ofsted review, BIS paper Origins and meanings From www.cegnet.co.uk Teaching resources Selection of lesson starters Contact Details: [email protected] Tel: 07843501845 Thank you

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