OK – so it looks like we’ve got £20 million to spend on careers provision in England. It is not much, but it is better than nothing. So what could we usefully spend it on. Has anyone got any ideas?
Thanks to @secondaryceiag for being the first to spot this.
Today was a good news day in CEIAG world. At the Autumn Statement to the House of Commons, George Osborne pulled a Careers rabbit out of the hat and promised a £20 million cash injection into Careers advice for young people.
added to the recent contract changes to the National Careers Service and the funding equivalence involved (5% of about £109.5m)
it is great to see this vital work with young people getting cash backing. It was certainly welcomed by the National Careers Council
NCC chairwoman Deirdre Hughes said: “It is great to see the government recognising that more needs to…
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