International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS)

iCeGS is an applied research centre specialising in career development and employability

iCeGS news

Professor Tristram Hooley publishes article entitled ‘Inspire children with good careers advice and they do better at school’

22 October 2014

Professor Tristram Hooley has published an article entitled 'Inspire children with good careers advice and they will do better at school'. He refers to research carried out with The Sutton Trust, and indicates that “good career advice at school can help young people to improve their grades and stay engaged with education.”

New iCeGS report receives coverage in the press

16 October 2014

The new report from Professor Tristram Hooley, Professor Tony Watts and Dr Jesse Matheson has received considerable coverage in the press. The Times, TES and The Yorkshire Post are among those who have commented on the report.

iCeGS project news

iCeGS external evaluation of the Legacy Careers Project 2013-14

15 April 2014

iCeGS staff John Marriott and Tristram Hooley have published the final evaluation report of the Legacy Careers Project. The report concluded that the Legacy Careers Project, a programme delivered by Future Foundations and the London Legacy Development Corporation, has provided schools with an impactful, appealing and cost-effective way of delivering a high quality career education programme.

Education and Training Foundation: research into ITE

10 March 2014

iCeGS together with colleagues from the School of Education at the University of Derby are reviewing aspects of initial teacher education (ITE)in further education provision that will inform the Education and Training Foundation’s strategy and operational activities.

News from the sector

The CIPD have published a report on the growth of EU labour

9 October 2014

This CIPD report assesses the impact of migrant workers on the UK, highlighting the complexities to the debate.

Sutton Trust publishes mobility manifesto

25 September 2014

The Sutton Trust has published a mobility manifesto setting out 10 policies that would underpin greater social mobility in British society.