Welcome to Careers Calendar
The Careers Calendar helps schools plan their career events and organisations to engage with the right students at the right time.
Bringing communities together, the Careers Calendar improves access to careers information and inspires students to think creatively about their career decisions.
Whether you are a Careers Leader, a recruiter or someone who engages with schools then the Careers Calendar is for you.
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The Careers Calendar
The Careers Calendar brings schools and organisations together; improving engagement on both sides.
For most students, their journey from leaving school starts with a conversation, some advice or interaction at a careers event.
Unfortunately, these interactions happen offline and therefore are notoriously hard to track and measure for both schools and organisations.
We provide Careers Leaders with the ability to plan, manage, deliver and evaluate their career events. We take it one step further by providing Careers Leaders with the ability to track and measure the output from an organised careers event held locally in their school; providing them with the insight needed to continue improving their guidance and events.
This results in better engagement for everyone, a more personalised approach and ultimately an improvement in the quality and relevance of the careers education being delivered to students.
National Apprenticeship Week 2020: ‘Keep the Momentum’ We asked experienced Careers Adviser Mark Woodward about how Careers Leaders could keep the momentum following on from a successful National Apprenticeship Week. Very wisely this year’s National...
National Apprenticeship Week: 5 things you might have missed. It has been a great week of activity across the country with lots of activities going on for schools and their students to learn about the benefits of doing an apprenticeship. We found 5 bits of newsworthy...
The Careers Calendar is hugely passionate about inclusivity. One of the common themes we keep finding within the careers education space is questions from schools who work with students who have Asperger’s / Autism about how to meet their needs. We met Alex Manners...