Hi, my name is Morgan and I work on the central recruitment team in Department for Education. I have worked in the Civil Service for almost 7 years now, since I was 17 years old.
National Careers Week, aims to empower young people to make informed choices about their next steps by making sure they are getting the best careers advice and information possible.
Over the last 12 months, most of us have experienced changes in our jobs – how we’re working and what we’re working on. Change isn’t an annual event, it’s now an everyday reality and that can feel challenging. We might …
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, …
We have launched landmark reforms that will transform post-16 education and training, boost skills and get more people into work. They will benefit both young people who are starting their careers and adults who may be thinking of retraining or …
Despite the unprecedented challenges the global Covid pandemic has created this year, the Department for Education has been delivering on the Government’s promise to provide world-class education, training and care for everyone, whatever their background.
Today, 18 August, there were some inaccurate reports in the media and on social media that students that received their vocational and technical qualifications (VTQ’s) last week, have been treated unfairly.
Progress 8 helps parents choose the right school for their child, specifically recognising those schools that make good progress with lower attaining pupils, and identifying those schools not doing enough with a high performing intake.
Today’s Education in the Media blog will cover flexible working in the teaching profession, the Education Secretary’s message to online influencers on Stop Cyberbullying Day and Minister Milton’s plans for a new youth pre-employment programme.
Today, Monday 20 May, we have announced a second wave of Career Hubs – which are networks of up to 40 schools across the country designed to improve careers advice and education, backed by £7.5 million in funding.