Confirmed: No face 2 face requirement in the updated #CEIAG guidance

More news on the latest twists and turns in careers policy from the SecondaryCEIAG blog.
It looks like the Government are trying to push careers professionals out of the picture altogether.

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In the Lords yesterday, Lord Nash confirmed what, I suspect, we all knew already, that there will be no mention of a requirement for face to face independent provision in the forthcoming updated guidance for schools on how they should be fulfilling the Careers Statutory Duty.

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201314/ldhansrd/text/140225-0001.htm#14022551000109

At Column 826.

Baroness Hughes of Stretford (Lab): My Lords, despite the Minister’s claims, Ofsted, the Education Committee, the British Chambers of Commerce and the CBI have criticised the Government’s hands-off approach to careers guidance. The CBI said recently that careers advice is on life support now in many

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schools in England. Does the Minister accept that it was wrong to give schools sole responsibility for careers advice but no money to deliver it? Will the Government now act to eradicate the postcode lottery in careers guidance and insist, as my noble friend said, on independent, face-to-face…

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