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What do we offer?

We want to equip and empower all educators to be confident in the roles they play in supporting young people to make their best next step. We can provide access to support and training for all, including Careers Leaders, Education Leaders, Governors and teaching staff.


Fully-funded Careers Leaders training

  • Enhance your careers programme to drive positive outcomes for your students
  • Designed for Careers Leaders across ALL settings
  • Fully funded & bursaries available to support time out of school
  • Flexible learning options
  • Accredited courses up to Level 7


Find out more and register here for Careers and Leader Training

Introductory online careers modules

  • New Careers Leaders
  • Education Leaders
  •  Governors


Complete them in your own time here

Bespoke training and development support for your school/college

Our team can work with you to design and deliver bespoke CPD based on your school/college priorities and timetable logistics. Typically, this will be a focused session between 30 minutes and 1 ½ hours delivered as part of INSET days or as twilight sessions. Audiences can vary including whole school staff, curriculum leads, career champions and governors. Most requested topics include:

  • Embedding Careers in the Curriculum
  •  Careers as the Golden thread for Ofsted
  • Understanding your local labour market
  • The Governors role in helping your school develop best practices in Careers


We can also facilitate access to external CPD opportunities such as industry placements for teacher and employer-led training.

Collaboration and sharing practice

We support educators, employers and other key partners to work together to drive better outcomes for local young people. This includes:

  • Careers Leader network meetings: Every half term we host a virtual meeting for all Careers Leaders across the area to share key careers updates, share best practice, participate in CPD and access related opportunities
  • Pledge Operational meetings: At least termly we bring together groups of schools, colleges, employers and other key stakeholders in local areas to network and collaborate on shared local priorities
  • We can connect educators with like minded peers in other institutions to share practice- this can be on an individual, local or national basis. We also convene Communities of Practice for Post-16 providers and SEND institutions
  • On the 11 January 2023, we brought together over 100 Career Leaders and senior leaders from across our Cheshire and Warrington Careers Hub to connect, share practice and collaborate
  • Click here to see some of the supporting resources that we used during the day