If you're new to the Careers Leader role or looking to improve your skills, these courses will help you understand your responsibilities and help you deliver your institution's careers provision.

All of our courses are free.

Transform your Careers Programme

Our training courses help Careers Leaders to understand their role and to develop the skills required to help strategically and successfully embed a careers programme in their school or college.

We’ve partnered with 14 high-quality Careers Leader training providers who provide flexible learning options to suit all needs.

Enhance your understanding of the Careers Leader role and make a difference to the lives of young people by registering today.

What to expect:

  • You will be able to choose a programme that suits your time commitment
  • There are both non-accredited and accredited programmes available
  • You will be able to find a programme that’s local to you
  • There are a variety of programmes which cover different development areas of the Careers Leader role
  • There will be the opportunity to meet and network with other Careers Leaders

We’ve created a guide and area catalogues below to help you find the right course for you.

3 steps to get started:

1. Read our training comparison guide to help you find the right course for your needs.

2. Download one of the catalogues below to find out what’s happening in your area:

East Midlands [PDF] East of England [PDF] London [PDF] North East [PDF] Yorkshire & Humber [PDF]
North West [PDF] South East [PDF] South West [PDF] West Midlands [PDF]

3. Register for your place.


Online Careers Leader training

Explore our online short course, designed with Teach First, that provides Careers Leaders with essential knowledge and skills to improve career guidance in their school or college.

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6-step guide for new Careers Leaders

For newly appointed Careers Leaders in schools; access essential information, helpful resources and practical tools to help you get started in the role.

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