Category: Tertiary education


This Report was presented by Deputy Guégot to the French National Assembly in December 2008. It examined: problems in initial and continuing training supply: quality, transparency, funding, governance inequalities for young people and adults in accessing training difficulties in career guidance provision to support youth and adult participation in training. It presents 16 propositions ... Read More
February 5, 2009Tibor Kovacs


This publication (2007) of the Department for Schools, Children and Families of the United Kingdom sets out a framework for the planning, managing and reviewing of information, advice and guidance services for young people aged 11 to 19 years. The 12 standards were developed through a lengthy consultation process and their operation ... Read More
January 23, 2009Tibor Kovacs


The acquisition and development of career management skills has become an EU policy priority in the field of education and training as evidenced in the Council of Education Ministers' Resolutions on lifelong guidance (2004, 2008). This atttached extract from the UK's Qualifications and Curriculum Authority provided by outlines the -learning objectives -possible teaching activities -learning ... Read More
January 23, 2009Tibor Kovacs


This literature review undertaken (2005)for the Higher Education Careers Services Unit in the UK by the Institute of Employment Research at the University of Warwick, examined career-related interventions and their impact on students' career related decisions, career learning and progression towards the labour market. Although there is substantial literature in the ... Read More
August 24, 2007Tibor Kovacs


This Charter adopted by FEDORA, Forum Europeén de l'Orientation Academique, is a statement of the value of guidance and counselling provision in higher education in Europe that seeks the support of policy makers, higher education institutions and international organisations to have such provision implemented. FEDORA is a European Association whose ... Read More
April 25, 2007Tibor Kovacs