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The Career Management Quality Alliance, combining a number of prominent organisation involved in careers have recently come together to lobby the government in this area and produced a paper .‘A careers strategy that works for everyone’. See the Quality in Careers...
Newly-forged Career Management Quality Alliance publishes its formation and its first strategic position statement
Here are the three documents issued 2/8/2017 The Memorandum of Understanding; Position Statement; and The launch Press Release to accompany the Position Statement ...
The next Complete-Careers conference is approaching and we are delighted to welcome David Andrews OBE as the keynote speaker to help us plan and prepare for the national Careers Strategy due out later this year. Career Mark will have a quality assurance workshop at...
Career Mark is changing and from 13th March 2017 Career Mark will be a Licensed Awarding Body for the national Quality in Careers Standard, rather than an award itself. Career Mark members should feel assured that Career Mark will continue to operate as usual and will...
The Minister for Apprenticeship and Skills outlined on 31st of January that a new Careers Strategy will be launched later this year to improve "the prestige of Careers Advice". The Careers Strategy is a response the the Industrial Strategy that was released last year...