Inspiration for all abilities with First Jed

Using First Jed on a tabletJed is the Job Explorer Database from Careersoft. Its comprehensive, independent and impartial careers information combined with ease of use make it a popular choice in schools and colleges throughout the UK.

Each Jed subscription includes First Jed too. First Jed's simplified text and accessible content make it suitable for use in many special schools, and in mainstream schools that offer SEN provision. Find out more.

To coincide with the release of issue 80 of SEN Magazine at the beginning of January 2016, Careersoft are making Jed available for free for a term to UK special schools, and to SEN coordinators in mainstream schools. Offer limited to UK special schools and UK school SEN coordinators only.

SEN Magazine special offer

The free-for-a-term special offer has now expired, but you can still request a free evaluation of Jed for a month. Get in touch and we'll be glad to help.

People say...

"Clear and relevant... students of all abilities find Jed user friendly" Jean Oram, Wakefield City Academy

"So simple and easy to use" Donna Mason, Roding Valley High School

"Absolutely brilliant...we're loving it!" Fiona Donaldson, Bruton School for Girls

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Terms and conditions

To request this offer you must be a staff member at a registered SEN School in the UK, or have responsibility for SEN in a mainstream school. We will email you login details for Jed.

What's the catch?

There isn't one! When you email us, we'll send you an access code to use the product online. You and your students are free to use this throughout your establishment during the evaluation period, including in lessons. No payment details needed, no charge, and no hassle. We want our customers to be using products that are right for their establishment and their students, so we'd like you to try them first. We are always pleased to hear how you got on with using the product, and we will be happy to sell you a licence if you decide you like it.

Last updated 27/04/2016