The Careers Leader Handbook, a one-day workshop – London and York

Careers Leader Handbook workshops

by David Andrews and Tristram Hooley Join a one-day workshop, led by the two authors, to introduce The Careers Leader Handbook, the essential new resource for careers leaders in schools and colleges.  Booking form below. Thursday 15 November 10.00 – 16.00 The Wesley Hotel, Euston, London Tuesday 20 November 10.00 – 16.00 DoubleTree by Hilton, York The… Read more »


So you’re a careers leader – webinar series!

Careers Leader webinar series

This term, we are pleased to be running a series of free CPD webinars designed to help the new or established Careers Leader to understand the new statutory requirements for careers education and start working towards outstanding careers leadership that meets the Gatsby Benchmarks. This series of eight webinars, from Tristram Hooley and David Andrews, the authors… Read more »


Helping your students make the right university choice – free webinar

Barbara Bassot Choosing a university is just like choosing a holiday! Or is it? Some people might say that choosing a university is like choosing a holiday; in some respects it is, and in others it isn’t. As your students prepare to make their first major career related decisions, they are likely to experience a… Read more »



Step by step practicalities for applying to Oxbridge – a student’s guide

By Matthew Carmody So finally you are ready to apply. The next stage is arguably the one that causes students the most anxiety, until they are invited to interview of course. Your UCAS application will need to be submitted by the closing date for all Oxbridge applications of 6 p.m. on 15 October. Let’s go… Read more »


Responsibilities of a careers leader: Leading

Careers Leader

By David Andrews and Tristram Hooley The first responsibility of a careers leader is to lead. Leadership is about inspiring people and getting them to buy-in to your vision about the purpose and value of the careers programme and how it should be organised. People should want to follow leaders rather than feeling that they… Read more »


Preparation for STEM Careers – Attending Events

If you’re interested at some level in a STEM career but not sure how to get things moving, you could think about attending some events. There are plenty of careers events for STEM, some national, some regional and some local. Many of these are ‘regulars’, occurring annually (sometimes more often) at venues such as universities,… Read more »


Results Day – A Guide to Adjustment and Clearing for Careers Leaders

University Choice

Adjustment Adjustment might give students an opportunity to reconsider where and what to study. If they met all the conditions of their firm choice and exceeded at least one they could change their place for another course they may now prefer. Adjustment begins on A level results day and lasts until 31 August. If your… Read more »



National Employability Day – free guide for university careers support services

By Tristram Hooley and Korin Grant Download this free supplementary guide to support using the Graduate Career Handbook within career support and employability programmes. We know that many students don’t worry about their careers until it is too late. We also know that most universities recognise this and have developed a range of career and… Read more »