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International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS)

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

iCeGS news

NHBC Report on Gender and Age Profile of the House-building Sector Published

20 February 2017

The UK house-building industry is being challenged to deliver an increasing number of new homes. This report aims to establish the diversity of the house-building industry in terms of the age and gender profile of the workforce and is over-reliant on older workers.

iCeGS Policy and Research e-briefing January 2017

6 February 2017

iCeGS Policy and Research e-briefing January 2017

iCeGS project news

Kent Coastal Challenge Project Report Published

23 November 2016

The project report for the Kent Coastal Challenge project has now been published. The project which was funded by Kent County Council encompassed a survey of career education provision in coastal schools in Kent and an in-depth case study of four schools in Thanet.

Developing a new generation of careers leaders

21 November 2016

We have just published an evaluation of the Teach First Careers and Employability Initiative. I think that this was a very important development as it took some of the thinking that we’d done in the Teachers and Careers report from 2015 and developed a CPD programme to make it a reality.

News from the sector

NHBC Report on Gender and Age Profile of the House-building Sector Published

20 February 2017

The UK house-building industry is being challenged to deliver an increasing number of new homes. This report aims to establish the diversity of the house-building industry in terms of the age and gender profile of the workforce and is over-reliant on older workers.

Educaweb Award received by iCeGS PhD Student at IAEVG Conference in Madrid

24 November 2016

The Educaweb International award is for applied educational and career guidance and aims to promote innovative practice within the field. Annemarie Oomen’s research explores 'Can career teachers/leaders support parents in helping their child'?