Welcome to the Careers Advice and Guidance community
This community is for anyone interested in careers advice and guidance in an HE context. It is intended as a forum for sharing and discussing theory and good practice, as well as a signpost to resources and events of interest.
AGCAS Resources Survey 2016: snapshot of HE careers services
The results of the AGCAS Member Services Resources Survey 2016 have now been collated and analysed. The purpose of this research was to explore the strategic positioning of careers services within HE institutions and to find out ways that careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) is delivered.
On Thursday 23rd June, the Career Development Service at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent, played host to over 150 higher education careers colleagues from across their region at th...
Following consultation with members, AGCAS has submitted a response to the call for written evidence for the APPG on Social Mobility's Inquiry into Access into Leading Professsions.
- Summary of recent AGCAS GLaM discussions
- AGCAS Awards for Excellence: 2016 shortlists announced
- Vacancy for a liaison officer in the construction industry
- Vacancy for a liaison officer in the Biochemical Society
- First-Year Student Careers and Employability Survey Report
- AGCAS response to the TEF consultation
- Call for evidence: access into leading professions
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Psychometric Assessment Task Group: careers information resources
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Closing Date: August 30, 2016
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Bookings are still open for our flagship event, the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals, sponsored by Prospects. Th...
A one-day course for staff moving into initial client contact work or wanting to review current practice in their role.