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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
    دليل الارشاد المهني لصانعي القرار
By iccdppadm @ 8:15 PM :: 8850 Views :: 1 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Co-ordination and Leadership, OECD, Africa, Middle East, European Commission (EC), Lebanon, Egypt, Algeria, Syria, Jordan, Tunisia, Libya
إن هذا الكتيب عبارة عن إحدى المطبوعات المشتركة بين المفوضية الأوربية والـ OECD. يهدف هذا الكتيب إلى إطلاع صناع السياسات في أي دولة على كيفية اتخاذ قرارات حول أفضل الاستراتيجيات لسياسات التوجيه المهني في بلادهم في قطاعات التعليم والتوظيف والمجتمع.
يقسم الجزء الأساسي من الكتيب إلى أربع عشرة فكرة رئيسية للسياسات تم ترتيب كل منها في أربع محاور هي:
+ تطوير التوجيه المهني لليافعين.
+ تطوير التوجيه المهني للبالغين.
+ تطوير آلية الحصول على التوجيه المهني.
+ تطوير سياسات وأنظمة التوجيه المهني.
 
تم العمل في كل فكرة رئيسية للسياسات على النقاط التالية:
= قضايا ومواضيع رئيسية بحاجة إلى الدراسة والمناقشة.
= الأسئلة التي يجب على صناع السياسات أن يأخذوها بالاعتبار بالنسبة لتلك القضايا.
= الخيارات التي يجب أن يعتمدها صناع السياسات لتطوير تلك السياسات.
= بعض الأمثلة عن الاستجابات الفعالة.
تم تحرير هذا الكتيب عام 2004 من قبل كل من /ريتشارد سويت Richard Sweet/ من OCED و /جون مكارثي John McCarthy/ من المفوضية الأوروبية ، انطلاقاً من أعمال كل من البروفسور /رونالد سلطانة Ronald Sultana/ و البروفسور /طوني واتس Tony Watts/ .
يمثل هذا الكتيب مقالا ً للعاملين في المفوضية الأوروبية.
تم إنجاز الترجمة إلى اللغة العربية من قبل مؤسسة قطر. وتم تحرير النسخة العربية من قبل الدكتور أبو بكر بدوي (مصر).

This handbook is a joint publication of the European Commission and of the OECD. Its aim is to inform policy makers in any country to decide on the most appropriate strategies for policies for career guidance in their countries in the education, employment and community sectors. The main part of the handbook is divided into 14 policy themes, organised in 4 sections:
+ Improving career guidance for young people
+ improving career guidance for adults
+ Improving access to career guidance
+ Improving policies and systems for career guidance.

Each policy theme is addressed as follows:
=Key problems/issues that need to be considered
=Questions that policymakers should ask in addressing those issues
=Options that policymakers can adopt to improve policies
=Some examples of effective responses.

The handbook was co-edited in 2004 by Richard Sweet, OECD, and John McCarthy, European Commission, based on material prepared by Prof Ronald Sultana and Prof Tony Watts. It is a staff working paper of the European Commission.

The Arabic translation of the Handbook was kindly facilitated by the Qatar Foundation. The editing of the Arabic version was kindly undertaken by Dr Aboubakr Badawi (Egypt).

This summary was translated by Dr Neruda Barakat, Skills and Career Centre, Tishreen University, Latakia, Syria.

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Monday, September 24, 2012
AUSTRALIA: NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF RATIONALE AND OPTIONS
By iccdppadm @ 9:00 PM :: 10138 Views :: 6 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Assessing Effectiveness, Asia Pacific, Australia, Co-ordination and Leadership
This report, prepared in 2011 by Deloitte Access Economics for the Australian government, examines the options presented in the report prepared by NOUS (see previous publication on this site) for a National Career Development Strategy for Australia. In its introduction the report cautions that it is impossible to conduct a fully-fledged cost benefit analysis because of the granularity of the available data on the benefits of career development services due to the incomplete nature of the current evidence base. Among its conclusions are the need for investment in strengthening the evidence base, especially on the benefits generated by career development services provision.
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Monday, September 24, 2012
AUSTRALIA: NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - RATIONALE AND OPTIONS
By iccdppadm @ 8:44 PM :: 10574 Views :: 10 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Asia Pacific, Australia, Co-ordination and Leadership
This paper, prepared by the NOUS Group, was commissioned by the Australian government to help it to develop its national career development strategy. Published in 2011, it describes the components of such a strategy and suggests options for its implementation. The components of the strategy are as follows:
  • vision
  • goals
  • leadership
  • governance
  • services - ICT
  • services - face to face
  • services - curriculum
  • quality standards
  • evidence
  • communications and marketing.
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Thursday, September 20, 2012
AUSTRALIA: NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - GREEN PAPER
By iccdppadm @ 8:39 PM :: 11829 Views :: 7 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Improving Career Information, Training and Qualifications, Co-ordination and Leadership, Asia Pacific, Australia, Expanding Access to Guidance, Co-ordination and Leadership

This Green Paper published by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations in June 2012 proposes a way forward for a National Career Development Strategy for Australia. The Green Paper has been informed by extensive discussions with key stakeholders and by a number of national research projects.

The Australian Government recognises the need to support individuals, throughout their lives, to make appropriate choices about education, training and work, and to manage their careers successfully. A National Career Development Strategy will help to achieve this. The Green Paper:

·       outlines why career development is important for Australia’s future

·       indicates why Australia needs a National Career Development Strategy

·       suggests some initial priorities for a National Career Development Strategy; and

seeks feedback on these priorities.

This Green Paper provides very useful references to the research undertaken to inform the strategy and to good examples of practice as they exist at national, state and territory levels, and to international sources and approaches to career development and public policy.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
BILDUNGS-UND BERUFSBERATUNG IN DEUTSCHLAND
By iccdppadm @ 8:05 PM :: 5211 Views :: 0 Comments :: Public Policy, European Union (EU), Europe, Co-ordination and Leadership, Germany

Bildungs- und Berufsberatung in Deutschland

 Diese Broschüre gibt den ausländischen Partnern in der Europäischen Union und darüber hinaus einen Überblick über die Grundstruktur des Systems der Bildungs- und  Berufsberatung in Deutschland. Für jeden Lebensabschnitt – sei es in Schule, Studium, Aus- und Weiterbildung, im Beruf oder bei Arbeitslosigkeit – bietet das deutsche Beratungssystem grundsätzlich allen Bürgerinnen und Bürgern Zugang zu Beratungsdiensten. Charakterisiert durch die geteilten Zuständigkeiten zwischen Bund, Ländern und Kommunen, die das deutsche Bildungs- und Beschäftigungssystem prägen, beruht das Beratungssystem traditionell auf der Unterscheidung zwischen Bildungs- und Weiterbildungsberatung im Bildungsbereich auf der einen und Berufsberatung für den Ausbildungs- und Beschäftigungssektor auf der anderen Seite. Bereichsübergreifende Kooperation und Vernetzung sind deshalb wesentlich. Nach einer kurzen Einführung in das deutsche Bildungssystem beschreibt die Broschüre die Beratungsangebote in Schule, Ausbildung und Hochschule, im Arbeitsleben und bei Weiterbildungsbedarf. Beratung für besondere Zielgruppen sowie Beratung über das Internet werden in eigenen Abschnitten näher betrachtet. Kapitel über Qualität und Professionalität und die europäische Kooperation in diesem Bereich berichten über die permanenten Bemühungen um die professionelle Weiterentwicklung des Beratungssystems. Denn der gesellschaftliche Wandel stellt eine kontinuierliche Herausforderung für die Verbesserung lebensbegleitender Beratungsangebote im Kontext lebenslangen Lernens dar.

 
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Être en harmonie avec sa profession: Information et orientation professionnelles : le rôle des marchés et des pouvoirs publics
By iccdppadm @ 5:30 PM :: 6968 Views :: 8 Comments :: :: Public Policy, OECD, European Commission (EC), Expanding Access to Guidance, Co-ordination and Leadership, France
Ce document etait préparé en vue de l’Examen de l’OCDE sur les politiques d’orientation professionnelle à la demande conjointe de la Commission européenne et de l’OCDE et publie en 2002. Il traite les thèmes suivants:
  • De nouveaux besoins en matière d’information et d’orientation professionnelles
  • La demande d’information et d’orientation professionnelles : la valorisation d’une
    marchandise abstraite
  • L’offre d’information et d’orientation professionnelles : les incitations des différents
    prestataires
  • Le « marché » de l’information et de l’orientation : équilibrer l’offre et la demande
  • Les défaillances du marché dans le domaine de l’information et de l’orientation : les
    expériences de quelques pays:
  • Demande latente et demande explicite
  • Enregistrer les demandes des employeurs
  • De l’information à l’orientation et à d’autres activités
  • Accès équitable et financement
  • Une information étendue et approfondie
  • Créer des « marchés » cohérents de l’information et de l’orientation
  • Conclusions : concrétiser le potentiel de l’information et de l’orientation professionnelles
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012
QUI SUIS-JE? LES INSUFFISANCES DE L’INFORMATION PROFESSIONNELLE À L’ERE DE L’INFORMATION
By iccdppadm @ 5:11 PM :: 12815 Views :: 32 Comments :: :: Public Policy, Guidance in Schools and Training, Guidance in Tertiary Education, Guidance for Young People at Risk, Guidance for Unemployed Adults, Guidance for Employed Adults, Guidance for Older Adults, Guidance for Disadvantaged Groups, European Commission (EC), Expanding Access to Guidance, Co-ordination and Leadership, France
Ce document etait préparé en vue de l’Examen de l’OCDE sur les politiques d’orientation professionnelle à la demande conjointe de la Commission européenne et de l’OCDE et publie en 2002. Il est presente en quatre parties:
  • Les conditions d'une decision rationnelle: approches economiques
  • Autres facteurs de complication de la decision professionnelle
  • Au-dela de l'information: activites de conseil et d'orientation professionnelle
  • Conclusions: vers un approche constructiviste de l'orientation professionnelle
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012
LES QUALIFICATIONS ET LA FORMATION DES CONSEILLERS D'ORIENTATION
By iccdppadm @ 5:02 PM :: 8320 Views :: 12 Comments :: :: Public Policy, Training and Qualifications, OECD, European Commission (EC), Co-ordination and Leadership, France
Ce document etait préparé pour l’examen des politiques en faveur des services d’information, d’orientation
et de conseil a la demande de la Commission européenne et de l’OCDE et publie en 2002. Il présente une analyse comparative des qualifications et des formations des conseillers d’orientation, afin de faire apparaître les problèmes qui se posent à l’orientation au début du 21e siècle.
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Monday, August 29, 2011
Lifelong Guidance Across Europe
By iccdppadm @ 6:05 AM :: 9685 Views :: 25 Comments :: :: Public Policy, Ensuring Quality, Assessing Effectiveness, European Union (EU), CEDEFOP, Expanding Access to Guidance, Co-ordination and Leadership
This Cedefop 2011 publication examines progress by EU Member States in implementing the priority action areas of the 2008 European Council Resolution on Lifelong Guidance. These areas are: expanding access to careers services, the teaching and learning of career management skills, assuring the quality of career services, developing the evidence base for policy making, and strengthening cooperation and coordination of key stakeholders at national level. It covers the period 2007 to 2010.
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Monday, April 04, 2011
Making Career Development Core Business by Prof. Richard Sweet and Prof. Tony Watts*
By iccdppadm @ 6:30 PM :: 10637 Views :: 24 Comments :: :: Public Policy, Guidance in Schools and Training, Guidance for Young People at Risk, Assessing Effectiveness, Australia, Co-ordination and Leadership

This study*, published in December 2010, was commissioned by the Departments of Education and of Business and Innovation of the State of Victoria, Australia. Victoria has a population of 5.5 million inhabitants living mainly in urban areas.

The focus of the study was the effectiveness of career guidance provision for young people in secondary schools and in VET and ACE settings. Existing career development programmes and provision were reviewed and state, national and international best practice drawn on.

Recommendations for improvements include: career guidance in the curriculum, school management of career guidance provision, the leadership role of the Department of Education, strategic support for career guidance in VET and ACE settings, external services support, school education region support, State-wide coordination in this field, cooperation and coordination between agencies that assist the career development of youth at risk, and support for families.

The full list of contributors to this review were: Professor Richard Sweet, Dr Veronica Volkoff, Professor A.G. Watts, Sue Helme, Dr Suzanne Rice, Professor Jack Keating, Sujatha Pannell.

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