Evaluation of the INSPiRED teenager programme

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Clark, Lewis 2019. Evaluation of the INSPiRED teenager programme. University of Derby.
AuthorsClark, Lewis
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The INSPiRED Teenager programme is a variant of the existing INSPiRED framework (RE -INSPiRED Professional and INSPiRED Team programmes) that was successfully developed and tested in 2015. The framework provides an easy to learn self or facilitated coaching process by which participants can conduct regular career reviews throughout their working life. INSPiRED Teenager in particular is grounded in helping parents and carers to enable their teenagers to identify a purpose and combine this with their potential to improve career clarity and confidence in a radically changing labour market. While research suggests some 70% of teenagers turn to their parents for help, and that 56% of parents feel ill-equipped to help, the world of work is continuing to change due to technological developments. In response to this, the INSPiRED Teenager programme was developed as many young people are now need to adapt, pivot and continually learn new skills as new careers and training routes open up. The evaluation set out to assess the effectiveness of the two delivery formats, the effectiveness of the programme in helping to improve teenagers’ career confidence and clarity, and the effectiveness of the programme to support parents/carers to have informed conversations with their teenagers about their future careers.

KeywordsCareers; Careers advice
Year2019
PublisherUniversity of Derby
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/623749
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