House of Commons Education Select Committee Call for evidence: Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

View the consultation here.

Read the EPC’s supported joint response led by Engineering UK here.

Summary 

The Education Committee held an inquiry on the effectiveness of the careers advice given to students. This consultation ran until March 2022. The inquiry is a review of how well the current system for careers education, information, advice and guidance is working (CEIAG).

The inquiry has a particular focus on CEIAG for young people and children, exploring whether current careers advice provides sufficient guidance about career choice, employment, training, and further and higher education opportunities to young people.

It also looks at how arrangements for CEIAG could better support disadvantaged or left-behind groups to access career opportunities that may otherwise not be available to them.

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