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Future frontiers: the impact of career coaching on career readiness and indicators of successful transitions in Year 11 pupils – executive summary

Describes short-term outcomes from a programme seeking to help disadvantaged young people choose meaningful post-16 destinations and reduce the risk of becoming not in education, employment or training. Finds that participants showed significant increases in work readiness, career planning, and thinking positively about school compared to those who were not involved in the programme. Suggests participants felt these positive changes were equal to or better than other career interventions for young people and their shifts in knowledge, skills and attitudes suggest they will be better able to transition into appropriate post-16 destinations.

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Author:
Hanson, Jill; Lewis, Clark
Year:
2019
Pages:
4
Ref No:
B53354
Source:
University of Derby

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