The quality task group focuses on quality assurance tools and reporting, and includes an element of lobbying and influencing on behalf of the employer, for example Ofsted where we are subject to inspections designed for FE. The group also looks at the Gatsby benchmarks, Compass tool and the Quality in Careers Standard.

Chair: Virginia Isaac - Inspiring Futures

Vice-Chair: Sarah Stabler - Aspire-igen

Apprenticeship task group objectives:

  • To promote quality issues concerned with the delivery of CEIAG to people of all ages
  • To evaluate the effectiveness of and to collate, exchange and disseminate examples of good practice, case studies and research to inform Careers England’s policies and reports and to encourage quality processes and delivery across the Careers England membership
  • To identify emerging issues concerning quality, developing proposals (for Board approval) to commission research into ‘what constitutes quality’ with careers related activity
  • To devise impact measures to demonstrate quality CEIAG and to promote the sharing of qualitative and quantitative data and impact measures across the Careers England membership. This will involve funding and supporting research into impact measures
  • To offer policy makers and the Careers England membership an informed viewpoint on key areas of concern and development in all matters relating to quality
  • To drive Careers England’s contribution to the setting of standards for the delivery of CEIAG, through commissioning and participating in longitudinal research in order to gather an evidence base to demonstrate the value and importance of careers support
  • To support Careers England’s other Task Groups as appropriate to advance the association’s wider business plans and objectives
  • To carry out requests as necessary as directed by the Careers England Board

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