NEW Masterclasses on the labour market and using LMI

I’ll be delivering two new masterclasses for the CDI this year. Both separate half day workshops for careers leaders, careers advisers and other school and college staff:

What do young people need to know about the labour market? (morning workshop)

This session is aimed at careers leaders and their managers to help them understand the labour market that their students will be moving into.

It will look at some of the current skills demands in the UK labour market, drivers for change in the labour market and how to identify local key/priority sectors.

Wednesday 29 April – Stoke
Wednesday 20 May – Swindon
Wednesday 17 June – London 

For more  information, programme and booking please visit the CDI website

Providing and promoting careers and labour market information resources in your school or college: best practice for Gatsby Benchmark 2 (afternoon workshop)

This session is aimed at careers leaders and their managers or those responsible for careers information provision including staff in schools and colleges currently undertaking a Quality in Careers Standard award. It will also be of interest and value to careers advisers working in schools and colleges.

It will look at why signposting to high quality resources is important and how to identify what high quality and relevant information resources look like. It will also look at how to organise, manage and promote key resources for students and their parents.

Wednesday 29 April  – Stoke
Wednesday 20 May – Swindon
Wednesday 17 June – London

For more information, programme and booking please visit the CDI website

Insight into LMI

The next CDI Insight into LMI workshop will be delivered by myself in Plymouth on 13 May 2020

This workshop will provide delegates with information on key trends and developments in the labour market. It also covers a range of resources and how to evaluate them for quality.

For more information, programme and booking please visit the CDI website

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