The Careers and Enterprise Company's (CEC) training courses provide a huge opportunity for you as a Careers Leader to accelerate your school, special school, or college towards achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks.
In order to achieve this, the CEC can help you improve your understanding of your role and develop the skills required to strategically embed a careers programme. Whether you are new to the role or highly experienced, there are training courses designed for all levels that will help you ultimately inspire young people to find their next best step.
The CEC offer an online induction to the Careers Leader role designed for those newly appointed to better understand the value of the role and the careers education landscape in all settings.
The CEC also have a fully funded training course led by nine high quality training providers, which will equip you with all the knowledge you need across leadership, management, co-ordination and networking.
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The Careers Leader Induction course is tailored for newcomers to the role and aims to establish a foundational understanding of essential aspects of careers leadership.
These Careers Leader training courses provide a huge opportunity to accelerate your school, special school or college towards achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks.
On completion of the course, you will receive £1,000 to spend on furthering your CPD or Careers Programme. For more details on how the funding works, please read the FAQs.
The Careers Leader role is constantly developing and maturing. As a result, they continue t range of ongoing CPD training. Allowing yourself time for reflection and the exploration of new ideas and approaches is crucial. This is why The Careers and Enterprise Company are consistently developing a range of self-paced online modules.
Training and resources to support you to better understand the value of careers leadership, the careers education landscape, understand the role and value of a Careers Leader and how subject teachers can contribute to good careers education.