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Careers guidance provision: National Career Council’s second report

The National Career Council’s update on the government’s aim to improve the range and quality of careers provision for young people and adults.

The National Career’s Council’s second report monitors the government’s aim to improve the range and quality of careers provision for young people and adults since their first report was published in June 2013.

It includes 4 new recommendations, to:

  1. establish an Employer-led Advisory Board to advise on careers provision, guide the work of the National Careers Service and ensure value for money

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  2. provide schools and colleges with free and/or subsidised access to independent and impartial career development professionals’ expertise.

  3. improve the National Careers Service website to make it attractive and appealing to young people, parents and teachers

  4. establish a careers investment fund administered by the Department for Education

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