According to a new report published today (12 Nov) by @CareerEnt, teachers and business leaders are united in the belief that careers education is central to the support young people need to pick up from the pandemic and find jobs.
The Careers & Enterprise Company (@CareerEnt) has today announced the appointment of Oli de Botton as Chief Executive Officer effective from next year, succeeding Claudia Harris who stepped down in July.
Oli joins The Careers & Enterprise Company from his position as Headteacher and co-founder of School 21 in Stratford, East London. School 21 is a nationally recognised school that has pioneered new ways of working with employers - including introducing extended work projects for all Year 10s and 12s. The school puts enterprise and work readiness at the heart of its curriculum and combines outstanding leadership with innovative ways of teaching and interacting with students.
#FutureofWork Survey - Working from home is here to stay: Skills such as communication, self-motivation and reliability will now be essential
Britain’s business leaders believe the workplace transformations brought on by Covid-19 will now become a permanent feature of the way we work and change demand for skills, according to new research released today.
Right now, as we establish students and pupils back in colleges and schools, we have a unique opportunity. One that is presenting itself as I have never known in my education leadership career, that is - everyone is talking about careers.
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