Career education and guidance (CEG) aims to enable pupils to become effective planners and managers of their own careers, in a rapidly changing world of learning and work.
AIMS: To help pupils develop the skills and confidence to make realistic decisions about their futures and to help them develop knowledge and understanding of learning and the world of work.
Equipping young people to make effective use of information, advice and guidance and develop young people's career management and employability skills.
- Review personal strengths, interests and areas to develop
- Research options in learning and work
- Make informed decisions and plans
- Know about world of work
- Know how to find and use sources of help and support
- Present self in writing and in interviews
Components of CEG include:
- A planned programme of careers education across the school
- Information about opportunities in learning and work
- Advice and guidance and reviewing progress and individual learning plannning
- Experience of work and developing Employability Skills
Head of Department - Mrs C.S.J Oates - email@example.com