Collective leadership for high-quality careers support

About CSSA

The Careers Sector Stakeholders Alliance is established to formulate a national strategic framework for careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) to address the issues of access, transparency, quality, equality, and continuity, and to identify areas where UK-wide co-ordination would be helpful. The Careers Alliance will promote increased co-ordination, collaboration and co-operation among stakeholders in the careers sector and be a collective voice for the careers sector. It will:

  • Galvanise and mobilise the careers sector network around the themes of improving career management skills, access to careers services, delivering high-quality services, and impact measurement.
  • Optimise communication channels and connectivity between stakeholders in the sector.
  • Improve and increase the visibility of the careers sector.
  • Shape and articulate efforts to provide collective leadership towards ensuring that increased support is provided to the individual end-user, such that their aspirations on career and life choices can be clarified and achieved.