The Enterprise Adviser Coffee Break Club


The Enterprise Adviser Coffee Break Club is a dedicated CPD live broadcasting series for Enterprise Advisers that is delivered by The Careers & Enterprise Company and its partners, with the support of Learn Live webinar software. The purpose of this series is to support EAs, share company news and disseminate best practice. 

The themes of the webinars are suggested by the Network and aim to support the strategic discussions that Enterprise Advisers are having with their school or college.

The broadcasts will be short 10-15 minute input sessions, as we recognise how busy our EAs are; allowing just enough time to have a short coffee break and tune in. After the live broadcast, EAs can join the live chat to pose questions. Otherwise, EAs can watch the sessions at their leisure when we distribute the session recordings fortnightly via Network News.

Key Success Factors for Enterprise Advisers:

Your Impact Natalie Cramp, COO at The Careers & Enterprise Company will update on the Company’s progress and share the top priorities that marks success for Enterprise Advisers, schools and the network.

A whistle stop tour of education, policy, practice and politics!

Alastair Falk, Head of Education & Karleen Dowden, Lead on Education Policy at The Careers & Enterprise Company have both held positions as Senior Leaders in Schools – during the session they aim to provide a short overview of the latest in education policy and practice, including Progress 8; to support EAs as they forge strong links with senior education leaders.

Building on What Works: Supporting impactful activity planning in schools and colleges

Professor Tristram Hooley, Director of Research at The Careers & Enterprise Company will provide a walkthrough of our ‘what works’ research series, to share tips that can add strategic value to the planning of impactful activities in a school or college.

Skills Funding Agency

Skills Funding Agency about the government’s new Apprenticeship Levy and what this will mean for employer engagement in schools and colleges.

EAs: have your say

Enterprise Advisers, if the topics aren’t hitting the mark or you have an idea that you’d like included in the series (this could include you taking the hot-seat), please contact Sarah Bohn to discuss

27 March 2017 Skills & Employment