Earlier this week I had the opportunity to attend the Black Country Careers Hub conference and give a keynote and a workshop.
It was a great opportunity to meet careers leaders and to have the chance to network with a wide range of people involved in careers in schools.
I gave a keynote where I talked about the importance of placing careers at the heart of your school’s vision. I also gave a workshop which looked at equality, diversity and inclusion in schools’ careers programmes with a particular focus on Benchmark 3.
In both of the workshops I was able to draw on material from the newly published Second Edition of The Careers Leaders Handbook.
This is what I had to say…