16:15 – 17:15 – Final Round-Up: Where Next? Future implications for policy, research and practice

16:15 – 17:15 – Final Round-Up: Where Next? Future implications for policy, research and practice
October 16, 2020 dmh

Watch the recording of the session and download the presentation slides

Final close with Rapper John Chase and Dr Deirdre Hughes

The recording will be uploaded for the panel debate by the 30 October as there has been technical issues with the recording.



Speakers

Chris Percy
Chris Percy
Director CSP Resources, London
Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE
Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE
Director, dmh associates
Jennifer McKenzie
Jennifer McKenzie
Director NCGE
Jon Chase
Jon Chase
Science Communicator, Author and Science rapper
Meeta Zakharia
Meeta Zakharia
Head of HR and Inclusion
Nikki Lawrence
Nikki Lawrence
Chief Executive, Careers Wales
Pedro Moreno da Fonseca
Pedro Moreno da Fonseca
Technical Specialist, International Labour Organisation
Simon Hepburn, MA FRSA
Simon Hepburn, MA FRSA
Founder and Managing Director of Black Star Inc

Final Round-Up: Where Next? Future implications for policy, research and practice

Session Content

It is hoped that this Virtual International Conference will stimulate a wealth of ideas, including good and interesting policies and practices for career learning, digital transformation and equality, inclusion and diversity in a fast changing education and careers landscape. What key lessons can be learned? How can conversation be converted into action and become a force for good? Why are we still grappling with issues such as parity of esteem between academic and vocational routes? What might change in the education and careers landscape in the coming year(s)? How well equipped are careers services and career development professionals to meet the challenges of high unemployment, alongside advising a generation of young people who face uncertain futures. What does an educator and career development have to offer when there are few or no jobs in certain geographical areas? How can robust education and career theories inform evidence-based practice and policies?

Chaired by Chris Percy, panel members will share their unique perspectives on the summary of main findings from the Conference. Dr Deirdre Hughes will close the conference and set out a CareerChat agenda and community of interest that looks beyond lockdown and moves forward.

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