Careers Live 2019
Careers Live 2019
Tuesday, 19 March, 8:00 am
Tuesday, 19 March, 4:30 pm
Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AD
Careers Live is a FREE event providing the perfect opportunity to engage with leading thinkers in the CEIAG sector about what the future holds.
Benefits of attending this event
For schools and colleges working with CEIAG providers and Senior Managers in Education, Careers Live 2019 is an opportunity to review how CEAIG policy is being implemented and to look at what more can be done to improve quality in CEIAG design and delivery.
Who should attend?
Head Teachers and Principals, Senior Leaders, Head of Careers, Head of Sixth Form, PHSE Leads, Governors with career responsibilities
Colleges & Universities
Principals, Careers Leads, Careers Advisers
Those with CEIAG responsibility in the organisation
Local Authority representatives with CEIAG links, Local Enterprise Partnerships, Careers Adivsers, Those with an interest in CEIAG
Update yourself on the current careers strategy, policies and political influences.
Analyse the future context for careers strategy in England and consider the response in your setting
Review ‘Quality in Careers’
Network with like-minded professionals in the CEAIG sector
Contribute to workshops and share ideas to improve CEAIG in schools and colleges
8am-8.45am Registration & Refreshments
8.55am-9.35am Tristram Hooley (Leading academic in the field of career guidance in the UK)
An update on the Statutory Guidance and how to create an outstanding careers programme
9.35am-10.15am Claudia Harris (Chief Executive; CEC)
State of the Nation report and an update from the Careers & Enterprise Company
10.15am-10.55am Deirdre Hughes (Founder and CEO DMH Associates; Leading careers researcher and policy adviser)
10.55am-11.15am Morning Refreshments
11.15am-11.40am Alison Crabb (Head of Unit, Skills and Qualifications; DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion)
Careers: A European perspective - Life long learning, sectoral skills analysis and the development of Europass
11.40am-12.15pm Joe Billington (Director of National Careers Service)
An update on the National Careers Service
12.15pm-12.45pm Panel Q&A
12.50pm-1.50pm Lunch & Exhibition
1.50pm-2pm Morning summary & what happens next
2.10pm-3.10pm Workshop 1
3.20pm-4.20pm Workshop 2
*please note that timings and speakers could be subject to change
1 The Careers Leader Handbook
2 Creating a stable careers programme for The Co-operative Academy of Leeds
3 From Primary to Secondary
4 Level 6 qualifications in Careers - what are the differences?
5 The Baker Clause – Post 16 training from aspire2work
6 Gatsby Benchmark 4,5 & 6 - Examples of employer engagement
7 Recording your careers programme made simple with Start
8 Building Your Local Careers Support Network
9 Aspire-International/Euroguidance UK – Working, studying and living abroad
*Full workshop details are emailed upon registration
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