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How has teaching changed to reflect the recruitment process of the 21st Century?

Today I read an interesting article about Timpsons’ the shoe repair company.  I’ve long had respect for the company as they offer to dry clean interview clothes for unemployed people. Today I have an even greater respect for them as there is an article doing the rounds about their recruitment practices and the management style of […]

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What will the snap General Election mean for careers?

WARNING AN UNCHARACTERISTICALLY POLITICAL POST PROMPTED BY THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE GENERAL ELECTION Today we’ve all been shocked by the announcement of a General Election on 8th June.  Being careers focussed my first thought was there goes the new statutory duty… What about the statutory duty? The last new version of the statutory duty for careers […]

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Some thoughts on Halfon’s strategy for careers

We need to improve the prestige of careers advice and we will publish a comprehensive careers strategy for all ages later this year — Robert Halfon (@halfon4harlowMP) January 30, 2017 For once, I totally agree with the statement of a minister… I just wonder how Robert Halfon’s  interpretation and mine will differ when planning the […]

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Robert Halfon – An open letter about CEIAG

Robert Halfon was appointed minister for apprenticeships and skills shortly after Justine Greening was appointed Minister for education.  Yesterday it was confirmed that he is to hold the remit for careers education and guidance in schools.  Here is an open letter to him setting out my hopes for his term as minister in charge of […]

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