Articles from The Careers and Enterprise Company

Workplace skills now more important than exam results in post-Covid jobs market say teachers

A @TeacherTapp poll for The Careers & Enterprise Company (@CareerEnt) asked almost 5,000 teachers what they thought would best prepare students for the #FutureofWork in a post-pandemic jobs market.

Leading employers line-up to support young people’s careers education during lockdown

@CareerEnt and @OakNational have worked in partnership to create ‘My Week of Work’ Burberry, BAE Systems and NHS Trusts among employers to virtually ‘open their doors’ as part of new initiative Free online content hosted on Oak National Academy and developed by education expert Young people able to gain insight into working in five key economic sectors including health and social care School pupils will be able to gain insight into the world of work despite the lockdown thanks to plans for a careers week at Oak National Academy.

Employers stepping up to support young people #LearninginLockdown

Over the last three years, employers have supported young people’s careers aspirations in greater levels than ever before.

Reasons to be cheerful about careers education?

#NationalCareersWeek - A good time to have that debate about the state of careers education  Arguing about whether a glass is half-empty or half-full is a futile task. The whole point is that both are true, depending on your perspective.

Colleges pick up pace preparing students for work

Colleges pick up pace preparing students for work say the Careers & Enterprise Company @CareerEnt  College participation nearly doubles in 12 months. 81 per cent ensure students meet employers. 81 per cent link learning to careers. Colleges across the country report strong progress preparing students for the world of work, according to new research published today.


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