Supports adults to explore new career and training opportunities to support them into sustainable employment.
Ages: 7 to 13
Developed for primary school pupils to encourage exploration of the world of work in a fun, interactive way.
Ages: 7 to 13
Designed to help KS3 students understand their skills and future options and make choices about which subjects to study.
Free with every subscription, CASCAID Manager is our powerful management and tracking suite that will allow you to monitor and evaluate your users’ activity and better support their career guidance supervision.
Allowing for in-depth data to be gathered, as well as the option to organise by group/cohort or filter by activity, CASCAID Manager is designed to help you identify where users are within the guidance process, enabling you to plan interventions and meaningful support.
Using CASCAID Manager you can track activity in:
In full glossy print, online and available in a variety of accessible formats through our partnership with the Royal National Institute of Blind People. Moving On brings interviews with employees, information on education and training options and labour market information together in one place.
A trusted source delivered into over 3,400 schools in England, Moving On pulls together careers information that young people want and presents this in a visually appealing and easy to read way.
Moving On offers a world of information not only to students but parents and career advisers. Key benefits of the Moving On magazine are:
Outstanding Directions is a simple tool that shows you what you need to do to improve career guidance for your organisation. Once you rate where you are, it gives you advice on how to improve and the means to get you there.
Outstanding Directions is for any organisation that delivers career guidance to young people and is particularly useful for schools and colleges.
Outstanding Directions is a free, powerful tool, that simplifies a difficult task. It maps where you are, charts your progress and navigates a course to help you improve career guidance. It helps create a career guidance strategy and produce supporting evidence. Designed by experienced career guidance experts, it is based upon the Ofsted report “Going in the right direction?”, the subsequent DfE Statutory Guidance on careers guidance and the Ofsted School Inspection Handbook.
We are working with a range of partners on a number of projects. We provide support on a local level to students and teachers, a national level working with businesses and organisations, and on an international level working on projects with governments and educational bodies across the globe.
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