November 13th 2018 | Central London (Zone 1), exact venue TBA

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Agenda

Tuesday, 13 November, 2018

Time

Session

9.30

Registration and Morning Refreshments

10.15

Morning Chair's Introduction

Katharine Horler OBE, Chair, Careers England 

10.20

Government address and Q&A

The Rt Hon Anne Milton MP, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills and Minister for Women, DfE​

10:40

Headline Partner Address

11:00

Local Skills Strategy​

  • The role of the Careers & Enterprise Company
  • Ensuring every school and college has a high-quality careers programme

Senior Representative, The Careers & Enterprise Company

11.30

Coffee Break

12.10

The Policy Picture

  • Update on the Careers Strategy and what is coming next
  • Creating an all-through system that makes the most of everyone’s skills and talents 
  • Building Social Mobility into the system and championing the life chances of all pupil groups

13:00

Networking Lunch

13.50

Afternoon Chair's Introduction

Steve Stewart OBE, Executive Director, Careers England

13.50

National recognition of  quality in CEG: The Quality in Careers Standard - the 2018 revised criteria 

  • Securing national recognition through the Standard by external assessment
  • “Strongly recommended” by DfE to all schools
  • Now fully aligned to incorporate the Gatsby benchmarks with additional professional assessments of impact and student outcomes

Paul Chubb MBE, Director, Quality in Careers Standard

14.10

National Infrastructure: What does Good look like in Practice Moving Forward?​

  • Careers hubs: linking together schools, colleges, universities and local businesses 
  • Excellence across the country: quality provision throughout the system
  • Creating and simplifying a unified route to outstanding practice

Denise Bertuchi, Assistant National Officer, UNISON

Gerard Liston, Director, Forum Talent Potential

John Cope, Head of Education & Skills, CBI 

15.00

Coffee Break

15.20

Career Leaders: Driving the Careers Strategy in your School or College

  • Understanding the role of the Careers Leader: A guide to schools and colleges
  • The development of new and existing high-quality training programmes for Careers Leaders
  • Delivering the careers programme across all eight Benchmarks

Professor Tristram Hooley, Professor of Careers Education, University of Derby
David Andrews, Careers Education and Guidance Consultant

16.00

Event Close