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Careers Education Information and Advice CEIAG contract

Careers Education Information and Advice CEIAG contract

Inspired to Achieve (i2a) have been commissioned by the South Somerset 14-19 partnership to deliver the Careers, Education, Information and Advice (CEIAG) contract.

i2a Careers and Skills Advisers Beth Church, Nina Allen and Emma France will be working with staff, pupils and parents/carers in the following establishments:

  • Stanchester Academy
  • Preston School
  • Wadham School
  • Westfield Academy
  • Fairmead School
  • Fiveways School
  • South Somerset Partnership School

We are passionate about providing a high quality, impartial and tailored careers service that is in line with the Gatsby Benchmarks and the National Development Team for Inclusion.

We will provide clear and informed advice on how young people can move into the fast-changing world of work ensuring we:

  • Raise aspirations
  • Enable young people to make informed choices
  • Provide information on pathways to post 16 opportunities
  • Prepare young people for key transition stages.

For further information please contact our team at employment@inspired2achieve.net.

 

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