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23rd May 2014

Three of the schools currently being supported by Adviza to gain the Investor in Careers award have successfully completed Stage One. Congratulations go to The Chalfonts Community College and Holmer Green Senior School who were recently presented with their certificates by Adviza consultants Anthony Barnes and Claire Nix (pictured above) and Waddesdon Church of England School. Also to be congratulated are Trinity School for achieving Stage Two and Edgbarrow School on successfully being re-assessed for the full award (Stage Three).  The remaining schools who are working towards the Standard plan to achieve Stage One by the end of the summer term.

Investor in Careers is one of the leading quality awards that is nationally validated by the Quality in Careers Consortium Board.  The award recognises schools and colleges that deliver careers education and information, advice and guidance to a high standard. 

Anthony Barnes said “All the schools have an impressive track record in providing a rich and rewarding programme of activities for their students; but aiming for Investor in Careers is not just seeking confirmation of that, it’s about taking the school to an even higher level. Making better use of labour market information, strengthening the way the programme is evaluated and involving all staff are just some of the benefits of taking on the challenge”.

For information on Adviza’s Investor in Careers package please email carolyntaylor@adviza.org.uk or telephone 0845 408 5002.

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