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Social Work Week 2024: How to qualify as a child and family social worker for free

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Social workers play a crucial role and provide essential support to children and families facing a wide range of challenges, from poverty and mental health issues to domestic abuse and dealing with disabilities.  There are several fully-funded entry routes into …

How we are transforming student finance with the Lifelong Learning Entitlement

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Getting an education doesn’t stop when you leave school. We want to make sure people have the opportunity to learn, upskill and retrain over the course of their lifetime with our Lifelong Learning Entitlement (LLE) plan.  Under the plans, people looking to …

National Careers Week 2023: Where young people can get advice on choosing the right career

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National Careers Week Where to Get Career Advice

Making decisions about your future career can seem overwhelming but National Careers Week (6th to 11th March 2023) is a great time to start thinking about it, whether you’re at school, college or university. To help young people get the …

Your transferable skills define what you can do - guest post from a careers adviser 

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This National Careers Week, careers adviser Steve Beech talks about the importance of transferable skills, and what you can do to optimise your career options and employability.    Steve Beech, NVQ Level 4 Qualified Careers Adviser   The pandemic has resulted in many redundancies, …