Welcome to the Careers Education community
This community is for anyone involved in delivering careers education to HE students and graduates, both inside and outside the curriculum. It is intended as a forum for the exchange of ideas and views and will promote good practice.
HE Green Paper - AGCAS response to reform proposals
AGCAS members are invited to contribute to the official AGCAS response to the government's green paper, Fulfilling our potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice, which sets out proposals to change the HE landscape.
The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) is seeking views on the proposed next steps for HE reform, which include: the introduction of a Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF); widening participation by improving access to, success in and progression from HE for those from disadvantaged and under-represented groups; creating a new single gateway for entry; and establ...
The Phoenix Editorial Team is seeking articles for the next issue of AGCAS's digital journal, which is due to be published in February 2016.
The main theme of the next issue ...
Nominations are now open for the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement at the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2016.
This award recognises employers who provi...
- Elaine Boyes appointed AGCAS Executive Director
- Phoenix: October 2015 issue now available
- Record number of new graduates in work, reports What Do Graduates Do?
- Sue Bennett appointed AGCAS Vice-President
- Representing AGCAS in the media: Directory of Experts
- New graduate medical careers blog from MCAN
- Royal etiquette – the joy and terror of visiting the Palace
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Supporting Youth Employment: An overview of the coalition government's approach
This report sets out the coalition government's approach to tackling youth unemployment and outlines the government's five priorities for action for supporting youth unemployment, workin... More details ›
Exchanging views and ideas
All AGCAS members can exchange views and ideas by submitting news articles to this website and contributing to the discussions that follow many articles.
AGCAS members can also pick the brains of other careers professionals through the AGCAS Careers Education LinkedIn Group.
People to contact
If you'd like to talk to other AGCAS members about topics related to this community, contact the AGCAS Careers Education Task Group.
University of York
Closing Date: November 26, 2015
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This course is suitable for anyone involved in the design and delivery of employability and career development programmes for students.
THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL
A brand-new two-day course designed for those giving employability advice in an HE employability setti...