Grofar have launched a new software solution for schools, an integrated set of tools that enables Careers Leaders to improve the service offered to students, save time and meet statutory guidance more easily as well as helping them to achieve the recommendations set out in the Gatsby report.
The company has created the platform in response to the Government’s drive to increase students’ aspirations and ensure that students leave school “prepared for life in modern Britain”. In April 2014, the Gatsby charitable foundation produced the “Good Careers Guidance” report by Sir John Holman, who identified eight benchmarks for what good career guidance should look like.
Speaking of the launch of the software, James Robertson, Managing Director of Grofar, said:
In 2013, OFSTED commented that only one in five schools were effective in ensuring that students were receiving the level of careers information that they needed. We carried out our own research and it’s clear that Careers Leaders are under considerable time pressure and lack the tools that are required to do their job well and that a software package could reduce administration and make the careers programme for schools much easier to manage.
Grofar offers a great cost-effective solution to schools. Using the information from their existing MIS system, it will help them to meet the key requirements of the Government’s statutory guidance, as well as develop the career aspirations of students from a young age.
The cost of Grofar’s complete software solution starts from £495. For further information about Grofar, including the features of the Grofar Careers Plan and the Grofar Careers Solution, please visit www.grofar.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.