Every school and college delivering secondary education should have a named Careers Leader. These leaders have responsibility for delivering the school's careers programme.
Careers Leaders are responsible and accountable for the delivery of their school’s programme of careers information, advice, education and guidance. It is a senior role that requires the person doing it to have a clear overview of the school’s careers provision and to make sure that the school meets the Gatsby Benchmarks.
The responsibilities of a Careers Leader can be collated and summarised under four main headings: leadership, management, coordination, and networking.
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A personal careers guidance interview is a conversation with a purpose which is agreed with you from the start. It is a confidential one-to-one discussion with a qualified careers adviser who is here to help you. Whatever you wish to discuss, you can be sure that the adviser will be objective and impartial.
During a careers interview the adviser will:
What sort of topics are often discussed
Some people have specific questions to ask but many wish to talk through ideas and concerns which may include:
What careers advisers don't do?