Expectations of your board
If your school provides secondary education, you should have a member of your governing board who takes a strategic interest in careers education and guidance, and encourages employer engagement.
This is explained on page 14 of the Department for Education's (DfE's) statutory guidance, which applies to maintained schools and academies.
Make sure you're clear on the statutory requirements for careers guidance.
Work closely with the relevant member of staff
Set up regular meetings with the careers leader so you can monitor what your school is doing.
Be the board's specialist
Subject delivery How careers guidance links to the school improvement plan (SIP) and contributes to pupils' learning How conversations with local businesses are going, including what skills they're looking for The range of education and training providers who've had the chance to talk to