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Framework for careers, employability and enterprise education 7-19

Foreword

President, Career Development Institute

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November 2015

Across the education and employment sectors there is whole hearted agreement that young people need high quality careers support to help set them on the road to a fulfilling working life. Schools and colleges are at the heart of putting that into place, and rely on other partners, including employers, universities, apprenticeship providers and careers advisers, to contribute practical experiences, information, insight and inspiration.

The CDI has an important role to play in supporting career educators and career advisers to simply do their jobs better.

International evidence highlights that, for all of those efforts to be fully effective, the activities need to be coherent and carefully planned and integrated into a programme of careers, employability and enterprise education, with clear and explicit learning outcomes. The Career Development Institute, the professional body for the careers sector, is delighted to offer this framework of learning outcomes to support the shared endeavour of planning, delivering and evaluating high quality careers work. We believe our young people deserve nothing less.

Introduction to the CDI Careers Framework

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The 17 areas of learning for careers, employability and enterprise education

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How can the framework be used?

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Guidance on using the CDI careers framework

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The Framework

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Further Information

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Virginia Isaac President of the Career Development Institute

Acknowledgement The CDI wishes to thank members of the Community of Interest for Career Education for revising the ACEG/CDI Framework for careers education professionals. The framework is intended to be used to devise and develop programmes of careers, employability and enterprise education in schools and colleges, both as taught subjects and across the curriculum. We hope the framework will inspire schools and colleges to design and plan more ambitious, engaging and worthwhile programmes of careers, employability and enterprise education for their learners. Further resources to support curriculum development are available on the CDI website. © CDI, 2015

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Introduction to the CDI Careers Framework Who is this framework for? This framework is for:

• career leaders and other curriculum leaders responsible for planning, reviewing and developing programmes of careers, employability and enterprise education • teachers and tutors teaching careers, employability and enterprise lessons and providing information, advice and support • subject teachers making links between their schemes of work and careers, employability and enterprise education

• senior leaders responsible for the overall strategy for careers, employability and enterprise education • career advisers, enterprise advisers, employers and other individuals working with schools and colleges to contribute to careers, employability and enterprise education.

What is the purpose of the framework?

It has been developed principally for use in England where there is no longer a national curriculum framework for careers, employability and enterprise education, but it could also be a useful resource in other parts of the UK to supplement their national frameworks. The framework of learning outcomes has been prepared by the Career Development Institute to support the planning, delivery and evaluation of careers, employability and enterprise education for children and young people, 7-19. The framework is structured around the three core aims of:

• Developing yourself through careers, employability and enterprise education • Learning about careers and the world of work