Archive: September, 2007

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Sep2007
This expert paper was jointly commissioned by the OECD and the European Commission in 2001 as part of the OECD international review of policies for career guidance. It raises many questions on the existing training routes, on the pertinence of course content and methodology, on the lack of involvement and interest ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
This handbook was initiated by the European Commission in response to perceived weaknesses in strategic leadership in EU Member States in the country reviews of policies for career guidance undertaken by CEDEFOP, ETF and the OECD. Edited and published jointly by the EC and the OECD, the handbook addresses a broad range ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
This is an expert paper commissioned by the OECD and the European Commission as part of the international review of policies for career guidance in 2002. The paper sets down 7 criteria by which occupational information should be assessed and suggests a pedagogic approach to career information learning, including how ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
This expert paper was jointly commissioned by the EC and OECD as part of the international review of policies for career guidance initiated by the OECD in 2001. The author argues that while information may be necessary for career decision-making, it is not by itself sufficient. Rational decision making models ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
Quality issues in careers guidance, counselling and information services are tackled from a range of different perspectives, related to economic, ethical, and/or effectiveness criteria. With selected examples mainly from the USA, Canada, and the EU Member States, this report highlights how quality is described and measured in terms of statements, ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
This is an expert paper commissioned jointly by the EC and OECD for the international review of policies for career guidance initiated by the OECD in 2001. The author examines the demand for career guidance and  the nature of supply and incentives to enhance both the quantity and the quality of ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
This is an expert paper jointly commissioned by the EC and OECD as part of the international review of policies for career guidance initiated by the OECD in 2001. The paper considers the contextual issues that impinge on career guidance activities and their outcomes and considers the the types of ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
The Leitch review examined the existing skills base of the adult population in the UK in the context of a global economy and made recommendations on how this base should be improved to enable the UK to successfully compete in the world economy in 2020 as well as to have ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
This 2006 report examined the progress of Careers Scotland all-age guidance service since its establishment in 2002 and benchmarked that progress against the OECD Policy Review 2001-03. Read more
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2007
In the evaluator's opinion, New Zealand Careers Services represents the most fully integrated example in the world of an all-age career guidance delivery structure. The report (2007) describes the key features of the service and sets down five challenges to be addressed: public awareness/market penetration the guidance needs of adults relationships with other guidance ... Read More
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs