Welcome to Careers England

Careers England aims to be recognised as the informed voice of the career guidance industry in England

  • Member Driven

    We are the sole trade association for organisations involved in the provision of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) products and services in England for people of all ages.

  • Resources and Information

    If you trade in careers guidance or resources then by becoming a member of Careers England your organisation will be able to call upon a substantial resource of information and support services, become an active part of our organisation and its activities and influence policy and practice!

  • Benefits of Membership

    When you join Careers England you have access to the following benefits:

    • Political and Press Monitoring
    • Lobbying Activity
    • Networking and Events
    • Informational Website
    • E-Newsletter
    • Task Group Membership
    • Media Briefings
    • Opportunity to apply for Board Membership
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Why Careers England?

Careers England aims to be recognised as the informed voice of the career guidance industry in England

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Recent Posts

  • Careers & Enterprise Company
    Careers England response to The Careers & Enterprise Company's Implementation Plan

    Last week, The Careers & Enterprise Company's Implementation Plan set out its plan for scaling up support for schools, colleges, businesses and careers programme providers to help them meet the requirements of the government's Careers Strategy. Whilst we welcome both ...

  • Impact of cuts to the careers sector: £25m at risk

    With the launch of the careers strategy, new departmental DfE priorities and a wider remit for The Careers & Enterprise Company to cover all eight Gatsby benchmarks, you’d be forgiven for thinking that careers advice is firmly back on the agenda

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    Call for careers advice in custody to be re-instated as over 65,000 prisoners affected

    On 22nd December 2017, the Department for Education sent a letter to 7 prime contractors for the National Careers Service with responsibility for providing careers information, advice and guidance in prisons. The letter stated that in-custody service would not be continued after 1st April 2018.

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