Sponsors National Career Guidance Show South 2021

In partnership with

The CDI

The Career Development Institute (CDI) is the UK-wide professional body for the career development sector. Our members (circa 4,000) are career advisers; career teachers/leaders; career coaches and career managers working in the public, private, community and voluntary sectors.

Importantly the CDI is responsible for the UK Register of Career Development Professionals; we are the awarding body for the Qualification in Career Development (QCD); custodian of the National Occupational Standards (NOS: CD); responsible for the Careers Framework, Career Assured quality standard, and UK Career Development Awards.

We provide all the member services that you would expect of a professional body. Through the CDI Academy, we offer an extensive range of Level 6 qualifications for career advisers and career leaders and a CPD programme with special rates for members; quarterly magazine; dynamic website with Members’ Area and CPD recording system; Careers in Careers jobs board and fortnightly news emails. Critically we work with a wide range of stakeholders and government departments to improve career development services for adults and young people, speaking with one voice on behalf of the whole profession.

For full details visit www.thecdi.net

Supported by

Unifrog

Unifrog is the complete destinations platform – a one-stop-shop for students across KS3, KS4 and KS5 regardless of their interests or academic ability. It is the only place where students can compare every university course, apprenticeship and FE course in the UK as well as university in 30 other countries across the world. This is alongside getting access to labour market information and advice on careers and subjects for all routes.

Helping students to record and evidence their key activities & competencies and prepare their CVs and personal statements alongside the teacher reference, CEIAG interactions recording and destination tracking tools - all in line with the Gatsby Benchmarks - Unifrog makes managing students' progression into their next step after school a doddle.

https://www.unifrog.org

Supported by

Apprenticeships

The National Apprenticeship Service supports the delivery of apprenticeships in England. It offers free impartial advice and support to employers looking to recruit and for individuals seeking apprenticeship opportunities.

Apprenticeships are a great way to progress in work and life and a great way for employers to improve the skills base of their business. They work for people of all ages and backgrounds and can transform lives.

The National Apprenticeship Service are rolling out many more Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, combining a high quality qualification with an apprenticeship. Higher and Degree Apprenticeships are widening access to many professions and providing the higher level technical skills employers need to improve productivity and give individuals an equally valid career route as going to university.

There are a huge variety of apprenticeships available across England offered by leading businesses of all sizes, including household names such as BBC, ASOS, ITV, Airbus and IBM.

For more information, visit:

apprenticeships.gov.uk

Seminar Theatre Sponsor

Health Careers

Health Careers is the information service about the range of 350 or so careers available in health. We’re part of Health Education England and our aim is to support people in education and at all stages of their career to discover more about the health roles that are available, and how to get in and get on.

The Health Careers website has a tool which helps individuals find their health career, compare roles function, course finder and all sorts of useful information for those thinking of a career in health. Follow us on @HealthCareersUK for the latest updates.