Welcome to the Careers Leaders information and resources page.
Resources have been compiled by the Careers and Enterprise team. Some resources have been created locally while others are available on the CEC resource directory and have been chosen for their relevance to our region.
Supporting the Careers Leaders in their Role
The Careers and Enterprise education engagement team are here to help you understand your role and assist you in making an impact. We understand that many Careers Leaders have different 'hats' within their education institute, and so we are here to provide resources and information to help you efficiently and effectively carry out this important role within your institute, and ensure that you are able to show progress and impact to not only your senior leadership team, but also school governors, and, when the time comes, Ofsted.
A short video on the role of Enterprise M3 and the education engagement enterprise coordinator.
Does your school/college have a vision statement? Does it include careers?
What is in your school development plan? What are your priorities? How can careers help achieve these priorities?
How do you report on careers development? How do you show SLT the outcomes of your work?
Audit your website Ensure your website is up to scratch, following best practice guidelines, and ready for audit with this helpful template
Stakeholder Mapping - Roles involved in delivery of careers - which of these are in your school/college? see downloads to the right of this page, below contents
Achievement of Gatsby Benchmarks
The EM3 team aim to provide resources and information to support achievement of Gatsby Benchmarks.
Gatsby Benchmark Two - Learning from Career and Labour Market Information
What roles are in the region?
What salaries can you earn?
What are growth sectors?
Find out more here
Gatsby Benchmark Four - Linking Career to Curriulum
See EM3 CEC Video library document in related content to the right hand side of this page. Share with teaching staff to support them in linking career to the curriculum for students.
Evaluation is a process that examines a project. It involves collecting and analyzing information about a program’s activities, characteristics, and outcomes. Its purpose is to make judgments about a program, to improve its effectiveness, and/or to inform programming decisions
Gatsby Benchmarks - requirement for Benchmark One
Quality assessments - The Matrix, Career Mark, Quality in Careers
For Students - ensure that activities meet requirements and gaps that result in overall positive outcomes for students through continuous improvement
How to evaluate?
Careers Leader Training
Calendar of events available here.
Content Type - Event
Theme - Skills
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