Services for Young People Hertfordshire Services for Young People

IAG support for special schools

Services for Young People information, advice and guidance services for special schools

The duty to provide careers information, advice and guidance (IAG), which helps underpin the assessment and transition process, is the responsibility of each individual school and college.

We can support your school or college to meet the accountability measures, on time and in a cost-effective way. We have a long history of working in partnership with schools and colleges and will work with you to deliver a customised service that meets your school’s or college’s needs and your statutory obligations.

We offer a comprehensive range of both ‘off the shelf’ and bespoke packages.

Through working in partnership with a range of providers, services are joined up more than ever before to provide the complete solution for:

  • Independent and impartial information, advice and guidance
  • Careers education
  • Work-related learning

We have a proven track record of providing high quality and impartial careers information, advice and guidance to young people for many years, from one-to-one guidance interviews tailored to each individual’s needs to group delivery on a wide range of subjects.

We are committed to the Matrix Standard; Personal Advisers are trained in the latest guidance techniques and have access to the most up to date information on education courses, careers and job market information.

Contact the LDD Team at for more information.