Inspiration Vision
The Inspiration Vision Statement
was launched on 10 September
2013 by the Enterprise and Skills
Ministe...
Why Inspiration?
 A culture change is needed in the way we deal with the transitions from
education into work and from on...
Inspiration Vision: Aims
The vision is:
 A call for culture change. This is not be a top down scheme where
Government wil...
Inspiration Vision: Action Plan
The Inspiration Vision sets the direction for the Government’s position on
careers guidanc...
Inspiration Key Messages
Inspiration Vision: Vision

• Careers Information is widely
available. As well as advice, we
need...
Inspiration Vision: Role of the National Careers Service:
 Facilitate improved links

between employers and
schools and c...
What does this mean to young people?
More schools need to place aspiration, work experience, inspiration,
mentoring at the...
Inspiration Vision: Next Steps
“…I am calling on employers to offer more to schools and colleges, so that
we are building ...
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  1. 1. Inspiration Vision The Inspiration Vision Statement was launched on 10 September 2013 by the Enterprise and Skills Minister Matthew Hancock “We need to provide more inspiration for young people, more real life contact with the world of work so when they come to make the big decisions, they understand where different choices will take them in the future. ” 1
  2. 2. Why Inspiration?  A culture change is needed in the way we deal with the transitions from education into work and from one occupation to another. People are best motivated by inspiring goals and realistic aspirations.  We need to increase the flow of young people into the labour market, who are equipped and motivated to progress in work and life and to contribute to economic growth.  Young people respond positively to inspiration from employers and others, as role models to inspire them to reach their full potential.  We need to ensure that young people hear about the skills and attitudes that employers are looking for from employees, and to help them build the character and resilience to succeed. 2
  3. 3. Inspiration Vision: Aims The vision is:  A call for culture change. This is not be a top down scheme where Government will impose a model. We want change and innovation looking towards the good practice that happens in many of the best schools and colleges;  It supports the duty on schools to provide good quality careers guidance: bringing business and schools together to give young people more ideas for future careers;  It encourages the creation of partnerships between business and educational institutions to help inspire young people and encourage them to consider careers they might otherwise discount; and  Government will help facilitate this using the enhanced National Careers Service 3
  4. 4. Inspiration Vision: Action Plan The Inspiration Vision sets the direction for the Government’s position on careers guidance, and works along side the Careers Guidance Action Plan in taking forward a series of measures in response to the recommendations made by:  Ofsted’s report, Going in the right direction? Careers guidance in schools from September 2012 (published 10 September 2013); and  The National Careers Council Report, An Aspirational Nation, (published 05 June 2013).  Full Press Notice and documents can be viewed and downloaded from : https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/careersinspiration-vision-statement 4
  5. 5. Inspiration Key Messages Inspiration Vision: Vision • Careers Information is widely available. As well as advice, we need inspiration • The best mentoring and motivation comes from people in jobs • Employers, schools and colleges must do more in partnership together • Government will help facilitate this using the enhanced National Careers Service 5
  6. 6. Inspiration Vision: Role of the National Careers Service:  Facilitate improved links between employers and schools and colleges to support activity to inspire young people  Take a lead in developing local partnership strategies, which engage employers, colleges, schools, local authorities and the third sector in providing the best support for local people Work with employers to enhance local market information and make sure teachers, careers guidance professionals and others know it is there and use it; Continue to develop on-line resources so that they are better suited for young people 6
  7. 7. What does this mean to young people? More schools need to place aspiration, work experience, inspiration, mentoring at the core of what they do, some examples include:        Hearing inspiring speakers about the world outside Making visits to workplaces Understanding opportunities in the developing labour market Widening advice on options to include apprenticeships, or other routes Getting high quality work experience Help with CVs and mock interviews, and Mentoring and support for those who need it most 7
  8. 8. Inspiration Vision: Next Steps “…I am calling on employers to offer more to schools and colleges, so that we are building a workforce we need for the future. I am also calling on educational institutions to seek more opportunities to help learners enter the world of work. I know many social enterprises and charities are already doing important work in this area, bringing benefits to young people and adults across the country. We need to build on and help expand this work…” Matthew Hancock, Enterprise and Skills Minister, Inspiration Vision, 10 September 2013 There is a lot of inspirational activity taking place and we encourage people to do more. We would like to hear more about your success and about any problems you encounter. We will continue to update this slide pack with success stories and examples of how any problems have been overcome. 8
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