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Hampshire Careers and Employability Service

Hampshire Careers and Employability Service features and benefits

Service features

The following are included as part of the service:

  • CEIAG (careers education, information, advice and guidance) is comprehensive and relevant, working with businesses, training providers and higher education establishments

  • advisers regularly meet with employers and have expert knowledge of local and national labour markets

  • access to an exclusive online resource with careers and qualification software, a CV creator and local vacancy bulletins

  • a licence to support schools/colleges in gaining Investor in Careers - the quality standard for CEIAG

  • schools/colleges are involved in the selection, development and continued appraisal of their careers adviser

  • CEIAG training is available for school/college staff during INSET days

  • an annual careers conference and network meetings for schools/colleges with training providers and other organisations to discuss CEIAG developments and share best practice

  • we are working towards the matrix standard – a quality standard to access and measure careers services

  • advisers are supported in their continued professional development and are trained in, or working towards, Level 6 CEIAG qualifications and other courses relevant to their role

  • CEIAG is embedded within and complements the curriculum, working with Hampshire Information and Advisory Service (HIAS) inspectors.


Benefits to schools

  • Committed to raising aspirations, improving achievement and attainment for all young people, and helping to reduce the not in education, employment or training (NEET) population.

  • Meets the Government’s requirement for statutory provision of independent careers guidance.

  • A commitment to providing a high-quality, impartial CEIAG service

  • A long-standing and successful relationship with schools/colleges, employers and other local providers.

  • Extensive knowledge of post-14, 16 and 18 options, including apprenticeships and higher education.

  • Provides schools/colleges with up-to-date CEIAG research and information through close working with national careers networks, as part of a county-wide network, and as a member of the Association of Carers, Education and Guidance, the Institute of Careers Guidance, and the National Institute for Careers, Education and Counselling.



Why choose us?

  • Bespoke packages available, tailored to the needs of your school

  • Existing, experienced and qualified careers advisers

  • Careers training for school/college staff during INSET days

  • Committed to quality - working towards the Matrix Standard

  • An outstanding reputation

  • and many more.....