Tuesday 3 October 2017
12.00 to 14.00
Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
106-109 Saffron Hill, Farringdon, London EC1 8QS
Please save the date for a new free seminar organised by Education and Employers in conjunction with The UCL Institute of Education’s Centre for Post-14 Education and Work exploring the nature of 14-19 education in England and the ways in which schools can better prepare young people for employment. The seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers, careers practitioners and policy makers who are interested in recent research into policy and practice.
Hosted at CIWEM in Farringdon, Central London, the seminar takes place on the 3rd October 2017 between 12:00 – 14:00. Light lunch will be provided.
In our first joint seminar we presented about the relationship between CEIAG and employment outcomes in two recently published studies by UCL Institute of Education and Education and Employers. You can find the presentations here.
In light of the complicated nature of the secondary phase of education and with schools struggling to respond to the budget cuts and provide young people with adequate CEIAG, we decided to organize this seminar to pay closer attention to the topic of policy and practice in order to uncover some fundamental issues and complement it by some research for practice.
This two-hour seminar presents and discusses two recent research papers that provide insights into careers education policy and practice. These will be followed by a discussion about the findings of the research where the audience can share their views.
Spaces at the seminar are limited. To reserve a place, please use this link.
For further enquiries please email: Jordan.Rehill@educationandemployers.org.
The seminar is free to attend.
12 00 – 12 05 Chair’s Introduction
12 05 – 12 35 Paper 1 Dr Lynne Rogers, Co-Director, Centre for Post-14 Education and Work, UCL Institute of Education
14–19 education and training in England: The concept of an extended upper secondary education phase revisited
12 45 – 13 15 Paper 2 Dr. Elnaz Kashefpakdel, Head of Research, Education and Employers
Indicators of successful transitions: Teenage attitudes and experiences related to the world of work
13 15 Light Lunch
13 25 Discussion
Topic: What do these two pieces of research suggest might improve CEIAG policy and practice in the current UK context?
14 00 Chair’s closing remarks.
We look forward to seeing you there.