Articles from The Careers and Enterprise Company

Careers education in the new normal

It has been nearly five years since the Government established the Careers & Enterprise Company (@CareerEnt). During that time, a lot has changed in the way we as a country prepare young people for the world of work.

Unlocking the post-Covid potential of apprenticeships

The A level results season revealed much about our prevailing national mind-set and attitudes to learning and qualifications.

Employers determined to support young people despite many predicting a downturn in apprenticeship places

Britain’s economic rebuild must tackle a loss of apprenticeships, work experience places, and entry level roles, warn employers.

Employers say Generation Covid can do these five things to get ahead

@CareerEnt- The three-quarters of a million young people who recieve their GCSE and A-level results this summer face the most challenging job market in years. So, The Careers & Enterprise Company has teamed up with leading pollster Savanta ComRes to ask hundreds of business leaders what they can do to improve their employability in the post-Covid jobs market.

Stepping up to support choice for our next generation

In a few week’s time hundreds of thousands of young people will be opening envelopes to reveal their GCSE and A level results. It is a familiar ritual, often played out over breakfast TV year after year.

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