Understanding the careers cold spots 2016

| CEC in the news  

We recognise that some young people have a greater need for career support than others. Building on our 2015 cold spots analysis, this research which helps us to understand which areas across England need the greatest amount of careers and enterprise provision.

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What works in careers and enterprise?

 

The Careers & Enterprise Company believes that young people should be given the best support available to develop their careers and to make choices about education and employment. The 'What Works' report deepens our understanding of the best ways to support young people with careers and enterprise provision.

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Mapping disengagement

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Evidence suggests that a young person’s level of disengagement is not fixed into their personality and can be responsive to interventions such as mentoring. Within this research report we identify the areas where disengagement is most apparent to determine where to target increased careers and enterprise provision and mentoring investment and development.

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Effective employer mentoring

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Effective mentoring is key to creating a powerful connection between employers and young people while they are in education. This research report summarises the available research on mentoring, and provides support to anyone who is involved in mentoring to understand best practice.

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Moments of choice

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Too often young people are asked to think about careers without any real sense of what a job entails. The 'Moments of Choice' research helps us to understand how young people make career decisions.

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Prioritisation indicators 2015 (Cold spots)

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In October 2015 we published our first research report aimed at understanding where young people are most in need of career support. This information will determine where to target our resources to best fill the gaps in careers and enterprise provision across England.

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