969 results for Taxonomy=Careers

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Establishing a coordinated approach to employability at school level, IN Phoenix, No 157 Jun 2019, pp22-23 [2019]

Reports on employability policies being implemented at Nottingham Trent University to support the career development of the student body. Describes how the university carried out an employability audi...

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Forging strategic partnerships to develop future global leaders, IN Phoenix, No 157 Jun 2019, pp30-31 [2019]

Explores the employment education approach taken at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), which focuses on developing leadership qualities among its student body. Describes how all new underg...

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Embedding delivery in the modern age: data, technology and scalability, IN Phoenix, No 157 Jun 2019, pp18-19 [2019]

Outlines a new initiative at Liverpool University aiming to improve careers advice for students. Explains that a student-led Career Studio drop-in has been created and a Data, Tech and Communications ...

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Perceptions of higher education and higher and degree apprenticeships: executive summary [2019] External document

Explores the challenges and issues faced by young people from under-represented groups in progressing into higher education (HE) and higher/degree apprenticeships, drawing on the results of focus grou...

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‘There’s no going back’: the transformation of HE careers services using big data, IN Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, No 42 Apr 2019, pp18-25 [2019]

Explores how Higher Education (HE) careers services have changed since the introduction of Careers Registration data and examines the impact big data will have on the delivery of careers and employabi...

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Career decision making in a rural school, IN Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, No 42 Apr 2019, pp26-32 [2019]

Focuses on the complexity of career decision making in rural school-leavers. Draws on interviews with school-leavers examining their post-school plans. Notes that themes of proximity’, ’perceptions o...

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Evaluating employer career interventions in English schools, IN Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, No 42 Apr 2019, pp9-17 [2019]

Evaluates the impact of employer career interventions for year ten and eleven students in England. Describes how the government has emphasised the importance of this type of career guidance over tradi...

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The career development of gay men, lesbians and bisexuals, IN Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, No 42 Apr 2019, pp47-55 [2019]

Explores how young lesbian, gay and bisexual people (LGB) develop an identity in a heteronormative and often oppressive environment. Reviews the literature on LGB careers, including why and how LGB ch...

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The political is personal: Brexit and the career aspirations of UK undergraduates, IN Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, No 42 Apr 2019, pp3-8 [2019]

Explores the impact of the UK leaving the European Union (Brexit) on the career aspirations of undergraduate students in Britain. Describes how some small-scale research has shown that values and emot...

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Motivated to achieve: how encounters with the world of work can change attitudes and improve academic attainment [2019] External document

Reports on the outcome of a pilot study into the effect careers talks have on young people’s attitudes to school and their attainment at GCSE level. Draws on data from 650 students in their GCSE year ...

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