National Apprenticeship Week 2020: ‘Keep the Momentum’ .

NAW2020: 5 Things you might have missed.

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...

Alex Manners: Living with Asperger’s

Alex Manners: Living with Asperger’s

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...

Privacy Policy update

Privacy Policy update

Privacy policies are complex but are an integral part of any business. A breach of privacy can have serious repercussions. During demonstrations of the Careers Calendar platform, we always get asked about GDPR. I get concerned if I haven’t been asked. We are GDPR...

Top Tips

Top Tips

Guide on how to run better careers events!   Running career events for your students is a great way to meet Gatbsy benchmarks 5 & 7. We have put together a quick guide on running career events which includes our top five tips as well as key dates for your...

Career Event Planning Tips

Career Event Planning Tips

Are you planning a career event for your students? Here are some practical insight into the things you can do to ensure your events are better than average. After all, who wants to be average? Event planning can be stressful, even the most seasoned pros find it...

5 Engagement Ideas

5 Engagement Ideas

It might be Summer but it is wet outside, so I thought I would put pen to paper and share my thoughts on how we can be better at engaging students with careers information. As the needs and interests of students change so must the engagement strategies we use. Engaged...