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Our free webinar series has been designed to help your school make the most of Start and stay up to date with all the latest news and developments.

Upcoming webinars

Using Start’s reports to evidence progress against the Gatsby Benchmarks
Tuesday 4th December 2018, 12:15pm – 1:15pm

Find out how Start’s reporting package can help your school to monitor progress and gather evidence on your journey to achieving the Gatsby Benchmarks for good career guidance.

NEW: Interactions Package – Using Start to evidence your careers provision
Tuesday 11th December 2018, Time TBC

Learn how Start’s brand new Interactions Package can help you to record and report on your careers provision as well as share key records with students including:

  • student attendance at career events and activities
  • details of careers guidance interviews
  • student destinations and course choices at post-16 and 18

 

Past webinars

October 2018 – Improved Student Reporting on Start for FE Providers

This webinar was specifically for colleges and training providers. Changes to the Start platform improved how FE providers can set up their Start license and report on student activity, enabling them to better target support for students.

January 2018 –¬†Enhancing your GCSE options process with Start

This webinar helped schools to find out how Start can be used to enhance the GCSE options process including practical advice to prepare students for making informed decisions, an overview of our new GCSE Options module and ideas for starting early with Year 7 & 8 students.

December 2017 – How Start helps your school meet the Gatsby Benchmarks for good career guidance

To tie-in with the newly released Career Strategy which places emphasis on the Gatsby Benchmarks, this webinar shows how Start helps schools and colleges deliver the eight benchmarks.

November 2017 – What’s new to Start?

This webinar explored how to make the most of the new features in Start including the newly added Locker, Action Plan tools, and Modules.  It also looked at using Start as a single starting point to help you create a sustainable careers guidance programme.