Archive: 2014

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Oct2014
This concept note outlines a number of issues related to the successful implementation of policies on career management skills (CMS) in six sectoral areas: schools vocational education and training (VET) higher education adult education employment -social inclusion. It identifies factors that support policy implementation and factors that present challenges to policy implementation. Click to read more ELGPN CMS ... Read More
October 16, 2014John McCarthy

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Oct2014
ELGPN Resource Kit_2011-12_web This Resource Kit, produced by the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, is designed to help policy-makers and other stakeholders to review existing lifelong guidance provision within their country or region, and to identify issues requiring attention and gaps that need to be filled, drawing from practices in ... Read More
October 16, 2014John McCarthy

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Oct2014
CEDEFOP VALUING DIVERSITY 0914 en This recently published study (September 2014) by CEDEFOP looks at how EU countries support the economic integration of immigrants from third countries through the provision of careers information and guidance, enabling the immigrants to acquire career management skills (CMS). It examines this through the experiences ... Read More
October 15, 2014John McCarthy

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Sep2014
This research report by two economists tracks the career development of two groups of school graduates in terms of the short-term and long-term benefits of early work experience (part-time work while in senior high school, and summer holidays). Short and long -term benefits included higher income and higher employment. ... Read More
September 7, 2014John McCarthy
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Mar2014

ICCDPP’s New Look

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After much deliberation, the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP) has selected a new logo.  The logo depicts an abstract design of a compass – an international symbol of navigation and direction. The symbolism of the compass aligns well to ICCDPP’s mission of serving as ... Read More
March 30, 2014Tibor Kovacs