Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
What is CEIAG and why is it important?
Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance is designed to prepare you for British modern-day life.
All secondary schools and colleges are under a duty to provide careers guidance to pupils from years 7 to 13, and to those aged up to 25 with an education, health and care plan (EHCP).
What will your next Mode be?
Throughout the programme at Mode learners receive good quality, ongoing CEIAG. And this is delivered in line with our CEIAG Policy.
“What will your next Mode be?” initiative provides our learners with opportunities to speak with industry specialists. And enabling them to explore various careers available to them on completion of their studies.
Resources to support next steps
In addition to sessions and visits, the websites below are also a good source of information.
Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance
- Liverpool City Region Be More
- National Careers Service
- Career Connect
- Find an Apprenticeship
- Get My First Job
- Not Going to Uni
- National Youth Association
- Ivy House
- The Industry a life in hairdressing
- National Hair and Beauty Federation
- UK Music
- Youth Music
- Liverpool Jobs
- Liverpool into Work
- Sefton at Work
- Households into Work
- Indeed Jobs
- Childcare Choices
Staff at Mode are also available for learners to speak to regarding their next steps. And importantly if a learner feels a career they are interested in is not being covered. They are able to request information from their tutor.
Learners can access support on other imporant subjects, on Mode learner support page.