Need to provide your pupils with professional careers advice?Looking for some impartial information, advice and guidance?
The service supports schools to fulfil their statutory duty to provide young people with impartial IAG so that they may make successful transitions and have improved outcomes.
We support young people to help them make realistic, informed and aspirational decisions about their future. We work to reduce their barriers to participation, in line with the Raising the Participation Age.
Activities can include:
The Education Act 2011 places schools under a duty to secure access to independent and impartial careers guidance for their pupils from September 2012.
Whilst complying with the requirement to secure careers guidance from an external source, schools will be free to make arrangements for careers guidance that fit the needs and circumstances of their students, and will be expected to work, as appropriate, in partnership with external and expert providers.
From September 2013, Ofsted have taken greater account of the quality of careers guidance, and of where students progress on to post-16.
FutureFocus provides support to help maximise the number of positive destinations for students.
FutureFocus will use the IAG Quality Standards to support the delivery of high quality IAG, to evaluate the effectiveness of the service and to contribute towards the school meeting their new statutory duty.
IAG is an umbrella term and covers a range of activities and interventions that help young people to become more self-reliant and better able to manage their personal and career development, including learning.
Prices and work for different age groups and cohorts can be discussed and quotations can be provided on request.Get a quote