Category: CEDEFOP

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Aug2011
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 ... Read More
August 29, 2011Tibor Kovacs

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May2009
Selon la directrice du CEDEFOP dans l'avant-propos de cette publication, la résolution du Conseil relative au renforcement des politiques, des systèmes et des pratiques dans le domaine de l’orientation tout au long de la vie en Europe (Conseil de l’Union européenne, 2004) invite les États membres à créer un ... Read More
May 8, 2009Tibor Kovacs

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May2009
Ce rapport, redigé par Prof Ronald Sultana pour le CEDEFOP en 2007/8, fait le bilan des progrés accomplis par les pays européens dans la mise en oeuvre des priorités définies par la résolution du Conseil Education de mai 2004 concernant l'orientation tout au long de la vie. Ces priorités sont: mettre ... Read More
May 4, 2009Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2008
This publication examines the policy context within which many European countries are establishing national committees or forums of policymakers, guidance association leaders, national delivery agencies, social partners and civil society to improve policies, systems and practices for lifelong guidance provision. It describes the tasks that such national forums undertake and how ... Read More
September 30, 2008Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2008
This report is a review of the implementation of the EU Council Resolution on lifelong guidance (2004). Undertaken by Dr Ronald Sultana, the review examines progress in: the implementation of lifelong guidance systems broadening access to guidance strengthening quality assurance systems learning and career management strengthening structures for policy and systems development and presents good examples ... Read More
September 30, 2008Tibor Kovacs

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Sep2008
This report undertaken by NICEC researchers examines the public policy context in which workforce career development fits. It describes career practices of employers, trade unions, chambers of commerce, outplacement/coaching agencies, self-help and peer support, and specialised sources of information and expertise. It outlines the role of public policy and of ... Read More
September 30, 2008Tibor Kovacs