Infographic: what do parents think about education?

Our infographic explores parents' concerns about their children's education and options

24 October 2014 / Be the first to comment

Most parents fear that the UK education system doesn't prepare their children for work, according to our research. And although two thirds think they still need to offer careers and education advice, half don't feel well enough informed about the options on offer.Infographic: parents' view of education

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At City & Guilds we are committed to helping people develop their skills to succeed in their career. Our work ready offer is about providing employability skills and making sure learners can move into a job. This year we launched the City & Guilds TechBac, a new curriculum that provides learners with a professional pathway to their chosen career - focusing on mentoring and work experience.

Read more about what we offer learners.

See a full report on our research into parents' views on education.

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