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Welcome to NISCA. Please browse the website and add any resources, calendar dates or articles of interest to share. I hope that through our website and attendance at conferences you will meet fellow practitioners and find new materials to enrich your delivery of CEIAG to N.Ireland’s young people. The majority of N.I schools and colleges belong to NISCA, if you are not yet a member please join us.
Hilary West-Hurst

Mission Statement

NISCA will endeavour to enhance the quality of Careers Provision in schools and Regional Colleges and to create a desire for life-long learning.


Any teacher or lecturer from a school or Regional College can join NISCA.
Membership is inexpensive and the benefits of being a NISCA member include :

★ Two conferences per year

★ Network with other careers professionals

★ Full access to all sections and downloads from all of our websites.

To join NISCA simply contact us via this form.


NISCA organises two Conferences per year for members. Normally we host a Conference each Spring and Autumn. NISCA membership includes free attendance for at least two persons at both Conferences.

Our conferences feature a wide range of valuable talks and workshops which are delivered by representatives from numerous organisations e.g. Industry, Universities, ETI

  • November 2018 Conference

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