Here are just a few of the comments people have made.
"As the UK’s largest supplier of teaching, learning and information publications for careers education and guidance, Prospects Education Resources provides a single point of contact from which schools, colleges and guidance services can obtain an extensive range of resources for pupils and students for all ages and all abilities."
David Andrews OBE, CEG Consultant and Trainer.
"Prospects Events delivered Skills London 2008, 2010 and 2012 with London First with enormous enthusiasm and professionalism. Their commitment to the events showed in all their dealings with suppliers, exhibitors, VIPs and visitors. I can honestly say every member of the team gave 100% which has led to us working in partnership with them."
Michael Rooney, Chief Operating Officer, London First.
"Prospects skills events has provided British Gas with an invaluable opportunity to discuss career opportunities with students and their families. We are very pleased with the levels of interest and participation shown by the people who attend, and also by the organisation of the event."
Alison Jones, Group Attraction and Diversity Resourcer, Centrica and British Gas.
"When Prospects Events tendered to run Skills Cornwall, what came across was their strong track record, practical ideas and responsiveness to us as clients, to our partners, our exhibitors and our visitors. Everyone involved has been impressed with their level of customer service, striving to ensure total satisfaction."
"We wanted to continue to show our learners that we are providing a high quality service. We looked at a range of specialist careers awards, but came back to the Prospects version because we know it is high quality, that they are not a fly-by-night organisation and because we appreciated the fact that the Award has now been nationally recognised."
Paul Smith Careers Manager Sandwell College.
"Co-ordinator Jen Knight is well supported by senior management and explained that the process of going for the Quality Award has helped her to give 'careers' a higher profile in school and made her colleagues more aware of how careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) fits in with the work of the school. It gave her an opportunity to find out more about how careers and work-related learning goes on within subjects as she has been able to start to map how students are receiving a constant feed of 'careers'."
King Edward VI, Aston, Birmingham.
“May I, on behalf of the Year 5 teachers and children, thank you and your team for a wonderful three days spent at the [South Cerney Outdoor] centre. Despite the awful weather, the children enjoyed themselves immensely and have been telling me all about their visit. We look forward to visiting next year.”
Elmbridge Junior School.
"The children gained confidence in areas that were not possible in the classroom. I have visibly seen the difference with many of them becoming happier, confident and more social."
Bourton on the Water Primary School.
“All of our group have been fitted in different ways, some have improved in confidence, team play and communication. All their life these skills have been tested and developed.”
"We have found the LPPA to be a flexible framework for auditing all aspects of our partnership with parents. The audit provided us with a cohesive action plan to further develop effective links and partnership working.”
Headteacher, Heather Garth Primary School.
"I have worked with Sean O'Toole since 2010 and he has helped me to grow as a leader: in my skills, knowledge and how I lead and manage our school. From the moment Sean is on site, the professional conversations and challenge – with support! – staff and I always know that my practise will be honed and developed and that the children with whom we work with will directly benefit. With this comes Sean’s expertise as a Headteacher and Ofsted inspector both of which come through in the work he does in partnership with our school. His up to date knowledge of the latest Ofsted framework means enables me to up to speed with changes and nuances.
Sean gives Governor briefings and leads staff training which upskill and challenge colleagues about how to make our school even better, which it does."
Heidi Johnson-Paul, Headteacher, Hampton Wick Infant & Junior School, Richmond.
“From a payroll perspective, we are more than happy and are genuinely impressed."
Andy Rennison, Managing Director, 3BM.