International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) - Research areas - University of Derby

International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS)

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

iCeGS news

You're Hired - One Day Workshop with Tristram Hooley and Korin Grant on Wednesday 7th February 2018

13 December 2017

We are pleased to announce that as part of our twentieth anniversary year we will be holding the first of our events ‘You’re Hired’. This one day workshop, will be run by Tristram Hooley and Korin Grant and will help lecturers and career practitioners to help their students think about and plan their career.

Reflection on time spent working at iCeGS - Mareike Kiss

11 December 2017

Review of my time working at iCeGS - overseas internship by Mareike Kiss, Bremen University

iCeGS project news

iCeGS contributes to the evidence on #CECwhatworks

6 December 2017

Researchers at iCeGS led three webinars as part of the Careers and Enterprise Company’s Webinar series on what works in careers and enterprise. Researchers presented evidence on transition programmes for young people with SEND, career websites and teacher CPD by employers.

Research by iCeGS cited in the UK Government's new Careers Strategy

6 December 2017

The UK Government’s careers strategy has highlighted research conducted by iCeGS on Career Leaders as they unveiled funding to train 500 careers leaders in schools and colleges.

News from the sector

You're Hired - One Day Workshop with Tristram Hooley and Korin Grant on Wednesday 7th February 2018

13 December 2017

We are pleased to announce that as part of our twentieth anniversary year we will be holding the first of our events ‘You’re Hired’. This one day workshop, will be run by Tristram Hooley and Korin Grant and will help lecturers and career practitioners to help their students think about and plan their career.

iCeGS contributes to the evidence on #CECwhatworks

6 December 2017

Researchers at iCeGS led three webinars as part of the Careers and Enterprise Company’s Webinar series on what works in careers and enterprise. Researchers presented evidence on transition programmes for young people with SEND, career websites and teacher CPD by employers.