Encouraging collaboration and fresh thinking in careers, education and skills policy, research and practice. This website is aimed at practitioners, managers, employers, researchers, and policymakers, keen to share ideas, exchange information and promote high quality careers provision at a local, regional, national, European and/or international level.
DMH Associates presents some useful resources which we have come across designed to support practitioners in their everyday work with young people and/or adults. This has been done to support the National Careers Week 2020 and give practitioners the resources they need.
Careers Policy, Research and Practice
We work in partnership with a wide range of public, private and third sector organisations to ﬁnd solution-focused approaches that increase access to opportunities for young people and adults.
We offer expertise in independent and rigorous research, evaluation and consultancy services to inform and support our customers to:
LABOUR PLANS TO EMBED CAREERS ADVISERS IN HEALTH SERVICES TO HELP PEOPLE INTO WORK
The Guardian’s Jessica Elgot Deputy political editor has written an interesting article in this national English newspaper on 11th January 2023.
DfE publishes Minister Halfon’s response to the Sir John Holman Review
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1122179/Letter_from_Sir_John_Holman_to_DfE_and_DWP_Ministers_re_Careers_Guidance_System_in_England.pdf Sir John Holman set out nine strategic principles and recommendations for government. Minister Halfon has formally thanked Sir John
NEW STUDY SHOWS WORKING WOMEN AT SHARP END OF COST OF LIVING CRISIS WITH 26% TRAPPED IN SEVERELY INSECURE WORK
The Gender Gap: Insecure work in the UK In an update from the Work Foundation ‘New analysis of UK labour
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