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  1. 13 Oct 2008

    Getting Started and Moving On with Careers Education

    Getting Started and Moving On with Careers Education is intended as a guide for use by staff involved in career guidance in higher education (HE). The guide has been produced by the AGCAS Careers Education Task Group and is an updated version of the original Getting Started with Career Education published in 2008.

  2. 9 Feb 2008

    Phoenix

    Phoenix is AGCAS's digital journal. It is produced three times a year. Publication dates are January/February, May/June and September/October. Digital Phoenix was launched in January 2013.

    The latest issue is October 2014.

  3. 7 Jul 2011

    Teaching and Related Professions Task Group: Q&A with UCAS Teacher Training

    Each year, a member of the AGCAS Teaching and Related Professions Task Group meets with a representative from UCAS Teacher Training (formerly the GTTR) to ask questions and discuss points raised by AGCAS members about the teaching application process.

  4. 13 Oct 2014

    Psychometric Assessment Task Group: careers information resources

    The AGCAS Psychometric Task Group aims to help careers professionals with an interest in psychometric testing stay up-to-date with changes and developments in employers' testing and selection methods. The group shares and discusses issues, resources and good practice relating to psychometric assessment, both within an HE careers setting and in the wider context.

  5. 25 Sep 2012

    Psychometric Assessment: Tools for Students and Graduates

    This resource has been produced by the AGCAS Psychometric Assessment Task Group (PATG) as a way of summarising some of the key psychometric assessment tools available for HE careers services to use with students and graduates. 

  6. 2 Oct 2014

    Post-study options and transition routes for international students

    UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) has developed an After studies section of their website, which provides an overview of the main immigration categories for work after study, illustrated by case studies from international students supplied by the AGCAS Internationalisation Task Group.

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