UCAS 2020 Entry ‘Where next?’ report – Headlines

The UCAS 2020 Entry ‘Where next?’ has just been published and it has raised some very interesting recommendations from some very concerning findings. The main evidence for this report has come from a survey of first and second year UK university and college students. More than 27,000 first and second year students, accepted at age 17-19 over the last two cycles, took the time to tell UCAS about their pathway(s) to Higher Education. Below we take a look at those concerning findings and the interesting recommendations.

Careers Adviser: the supply and demand paradox

The statutory requirement is clear, student’s careers guidance must be impartial and delivered by qualified practitioners. By qualified we know that this is someone who is Level 6 and above. Having a member of staff who’s job is dedicated to the delivery of Personal Guidance is an essential component to any successful Careers programme. Why is it that schools struggle to get this in place?

Careers Leadership at the Chalkface: a survey of Careers Educators

There has never been a more challenging time for students in our schools. Now more than ever young people need and deserve an outstanding Careers Education. We need to here what Careers leadership looks like from your perspective.