Measuring the Impact of Nextstep Career Advice in the North East of England

Technical report


Brett, M., Costello, E., Gration, G., Hughes, D. and O’Brien, C. 2008. Measuring the Impact of Nextstep Career Advice in the North East of England. iCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.
AuthorsBrett, M., Costello, E., Gration, G., Hughes, D. and O’Brien, C.
TypeTechnical report
Abstract

In September, 2007, the main contractors of the four nextstep networks in the North East (referred to in this paper as the ‘consortium’) successfully submitted a proposal to the Learning & Skills Council (LSC) for funding to develop a
framework for measuring the impact of career advice. It was agreed that the project would result in a practice-based ‘Impact Toolkit’ that would include:-
• a set of impact measures that should be used in the new adult careers service with a rationale for their inclusion;
• methodologies for each of the impact measures identified;
• approaches to obtaining information on progression in learning and work – with templates and case study material;
• approaches to measuring soft outcomes; and
• suggested Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

KeywordsToolkit learning and skills council careers
Year2008
PublisheriCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby
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Output statusPublished
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Online2008
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Deposited22 Sep 2022
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