The Department for Education has just released a new version of the statutory guidance for career guidance and inspiration.
The new version of the guidance replaces the previous one and seems to have been strengthened in a number of important ways. One of the most important additions is a far stronger section on quality.
In developing careers provision for pupils, there are currently three aspects of quality assurance that schools should take into consideration:
- The quality of the school careers programme. The Government recommends that all schools should work towards a quality award for careers education, information, advice and guidance as an effective means of carrying out a self-review and evaluation of the school’s programme. The national validation, the Quality in Careers Standard, will assist schools to determine an appropriate quality award to pursue…
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