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.
Celebrating the success of the Virtual International Conference – Evolving Education & Careers – Share, Learn and Transform
“What an inspiring and excellent value conference that brought everyone together in a way that made you feel you really were ‘together’ no matter where you were in the world – well done and thank you.”
The first dmh associates, virtual international conference has now taken place and was a great success. The three day conference – Evolving Education and Careers, welcomed an audience that included 425 delegates and 51 speakers who work in the education and careers sector around the globe.
View the latest video recordings released from the conference with the four UK Ministers sharing their view on evolving education and careers in a covid landscape.
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:
A new research report from the Resolution Foundation A Briefing Note from the Resolution Foundaon finds that that 16-24-year-olds have
TWO IN FIVE STUDENTS SAY THEY WOULD HAVE MADE BETTER CHOICES IF THEY HAD ACCESS TO HIGHER QUALITY INFORMATION AND ADVICE IN SCHOOL
https://www.fenews.co.uk/press-releases/65729-two-in-five-students-say-they-would-have-made-better-choices-if-they-had-access-to-higher-quality-information-and-advice-in-school FE News have today reported “1 in 5 students unintentionally block themselves from degree choices – “Where Next?” @UCAS_online
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