Careers Leader Update May 2018
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Delivering outstanding careers provision Quantity, diversity, quality and context 
David Andrews and Tristram Hooley

Why does good quality career support matter, how can you make good practice a reality and why does the role of a Careers Leader matter? We are learning about our careers all the time. The next time you stand up in front of a class, some students will be deciding that they want to be a teacher or a careers professional, while others will be deciding that this is something that they definitely dont want to do. Pretty much everything that happens in our life has... 
Student advice

Maximising your chances of getting offered a university place
Brian Heap

In the choices section of Apply (the UCAS application website) all your university/college choices (a maximum of five) are to be listed, but remember that you should not mix your subjects. For example, in popular subject areas such as English, History or Physiotherapy it is safer to show total committment by applying for all courses in the same...

Teacher advice

5 strategies to aid reflective practice
Siobhan Neary and Claire Johnson

A key focus for professional practice is the importance of reflection and being a reflective practitioner.  Reflective practice is one of the core competences you are expected to address in initial qualifications for all helping, career and teaching professions and for the career development sector the the NOS: CD...

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