Here are some useful links to other websites for comprehensive information on careers education and guidance.
NAEGA brings together individuals and organisations providing adult guidance across the UK.
The Department for Education (DfE) website provides information on the latest government initiatives. The DfE is responsible for education and children’s services.
The Institute of Careers Guidance (ICG) is the professional body responsible for promoting high standards in careers guidance. Its website informs you of the latest careers guidance issues and codes of ethics. There are details on its service to its members, and forthcoming ICG events.
CRAC (Careers Research and Advisory Centre) is an independent development agency that supports lifelong learning and career development. CRAC offers expertise, information and access to a national network.
This is the website for the Association for Careers Education and Guidance. The ACEG website offers news, resources and useful links for careers staff in schools and colleges in England and Wales.
The website for the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service provides information and application details for full-time undergraduate courses in the UK.
The Schoolzone website provides information and evaluations on a range of software for use in schools and colleges.
The Sector Skills Council for IT, telecoms and contact centres.
The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills website covers areas such as skills, higher education, innovation, science, business and trade.
The International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) is an applied research and development unit based in the Faculty of Education, Health and Sciences at the University of Derby. It offers practical solutions to feed into the design of youth policy, adult guidance and workforce development throughout the UK.
Careers England is the trade association for employer organisations involved in the provision of products and services promoting career education and guidance in England.