|The tool is based on the latest statutory careers and inspiration in schools guidance from DfE and the latest Ofsted recommendations.
As schools wait for the new Minister for Education to get a handle on her role we thought now was a good time to talk about careers. One of the most controversial decisions made by Michael Gove was the removal of Careers Education, a change that has had an impact on many students.
Earlier this year a new guidance paper was issued by the government and from last September Ofsted began looking more closely at the provision in place when inspecting schools. We hope to see more of this in the coming year.
For schools looking to evaluate their provision we have created a free and simple checklist for you to use to assess if you are meeting the latest in Careers Guidance duty. The checklist will provide you with an overview of what is working and what could be improved. This may be particularly useful if you are new to the role or looking to build a case study for careers education in the coming year.
Furthermore if you complete the checklist and return it to us we will provide you with a set of recommendations that may help enhance your provision. These recommendations won’t just be about InspireEducation services but will include free services and support that you can access from a huge range of providers.
If you would like to receive a checklist and work with InspireEducation to build a plan of action for 2014/15, please email me via firstname.lastname@example.org