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Sherry Coutu CBE will deliver the 3rd CET Annual Lecture on Tuesday 8th November 2016 (7 pm) at the City of London Club, London EC2N. Sherry Coutu is described as a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and in Computer Weekly's top 10 most influential women in the UK IT industry (2015). To find out more about this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call CET on 020 7203 1909.
Previous CET lectures have featured Professor Alison Wolf, The Baroness Wolf of Dulwich CBE ( who spoke on Mathematics Education and Our Commercial Future: Should Business Relax? Or Panic?) and Harvey McGrath, Chairman of Big Society Capital. Click to find out more:
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Education and Employers Charity
Research on teenage indicators of future economic success
Education and Employers is a London-based charity focused on advocacy, research and delivery related to employer engagement in education. The charity works with partners from the worlds of education, employment, government and academia to increase young people's exposure to the workplace whilst in full-time education. A grant from CET of £25,000 has been made to analyse quantitative data (primarily longitudinal datasets) to identify teenage indicators of later labour market success.
The aims are:
- To identify relevant literature which explores the relationships between adult economic outcomes and teenage school-mediated perceptions and experiences
- To analyse and collate insights from longitudinal datasets to identify indicators of effective teenage preparation for the workplace
- To draw on this data to provide new resources to enable teaching staff, and the designers and evaluators of work-related learning programmes to monitor success in development students' profiles, attitudes and characterstics indicative of later labour market success.
The project evidences that such indicators enable more focused support interventions from teaching and careers staff. Findings are due to be distributed to an estimated 3,000 secondary schools and colleges.
This is the first time that evidence of such quality (quantitative and longitudinal data) has been drawn upon to provide insights to teaching staff.Click here for more