Designed as a comprehensive overview of careers and higher education work in schools, and ideal for school staff taking on responsibility for their school’s careers and higher education programme, this two day course covers the following topics:

Annual Training Course

Date: 21st and 22nd August 2018

Venue: The Fountain Building, Howbery Park, Wallingford, OX10 8BA and a local hotel

Designed as a comprehensive overview of careers and higher education work in schools, and ideal for school staff taking on responsibility for their school’s careers and higher education programme, this two day course covers the following topics:

  • What lies ahead for school leavers?
  • Managing a careers department and  developing an effective careers education programme
  • The information, advice and guidance pyramid
  • Information sources to support careers and higher education research, planning and decisions
  • Use of psychometrics in career guidance
  • Guidance discussions and action planning
  • Work related learning
  • • Higher education in the UK – navigating UCAS, personal statements and references
  • • Higher education outside the UK
  • Alternative pathways at 18+
  • Preparing for interviews and assessment centres

For more information or to book a place, please contact Jonathan Hardwick, Inspiring Futures Professional Development Manager: jonathan.hardwick@inspiringfutures.org.uk

Price: Residential: £433.33 + VAT Non-residential: £316.67 + VAT

I really enjoyed how professional my guidance discussion was, as it made me feel more like an adult. It has opened my mind about my future in a positive way.

Student, International School Hilversum

My interview really helped me recognise what options I have when I leave school... and has given me a boost for the future.

Student, Morpeth School

Inspiring Futures delivered an excellent half-day enterprise workshop. which fully engaged and entertained the students. A memorable and worthwhile educative experience. Inspiring Futures really listened to what we needed and took my somewhat half formed ideas and created something special for the students.

Head of Careers, ACS Cobham