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Developing careers education provision

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Last updated on 7 March 2018
School types: All · School phases: Secondary, 16 Plus
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Ensure that your careers education provision meets new statutory requirements and is effective by drawing on guidance on setting careers targets and developing links with employers. We also look at how to get the most out of providers and point you to examples of good practice.

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  1. 1 Meet statutory requirements
  2. 2 Set careers education targets
  3. 3 Develop links with employers
  4. 4 Work effectively with education and training providers
  5. 5 Assess and review the impact of provision
  6. 6 Examples of good practice
  7. 7 Resources

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