Case study National Careers Service case studies The National Careers Service supports thousands of people each year, providing advice and guidance to help our customers make informed decisions about careers, courses and work. Case study Early Years Professional Development Programme The Early Years Professional Development Programme (EYPDP) provides high quality, evidence-informed continuous professional development for practitioners working with children between the ages of two and four in some of the most disadvantaged areas in the country. Over the course of the programme, around 3,000 practitioners will gain Level 3 and Level 4 qualifications in Language and Literacy, as proof of the difference they are making to increase children’s communication skills and improve outcomes in language, literacy and mathematics. Case study GEC Kenya: Helping girls into vocational training in the time of Covid-19 In Kenya, our Girls’ Education Challenge project is helping girls into vocational training to help them set up their own businesses. Among the more than 3,700 girls who have benefitted from bursaries for secondary schooling or vocational training, several are now employed to make protective face masks to combat the spread of Covid-19. Case study English language teaching Governments rely on our expertise to deliver far-reaching English language teaching programmes. We recruit, develop and support qualified English-speaking teachers to transform the life chances of future generations – in particular in Brunei, the Middle East and India. Case study Destination tracking services Education Development Trust’s careers team supports local authorities, schools and colleges across the country to track the destinations of their young people. Thanks to our excellence in data management, our careers team has contributed to the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham being ranked number one in the latest Department for Education league tables. Case study Development consultancy For more than 20 years, we have worked alongside ministries, donors and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to design sustainable solutions for education systems around the world. Our Development Consultancy team deploys its specialist experience in education reform in low- and middle-income countries providing rapid-response technical assistance.