Category: EU

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Oct2007
This study was commissioned by the National Guidance Forum of Ireland in 2006 to ascertain the views and experiences of citizens on their experiences of the guidance services that were available to them. Such information as gathered from users and potential users informed the recommendations of the National Guidance Forum ... Read More
October 15, 2007Tibor Kovacs

15

Oct2007
This report was developed by a sub-committee of the National Guidance Forum. It is designed to support the effective implementation of lifelong guidance policies and services. Quality Guidelines are formulated as a Code of Principles, general in nature and incremental in application. Guidelines are also provided for the evaluation of ... Read More
October 15, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Oct2007
This well constructed study and report had several aims: To establish users' preferences for and usage of different careers information types and sources To catalogue existing careers information resources To assess both guidance practitioners' and the general public's knowledge of labour market information To determine the best means to reach different population target groups To make ... Read More
October 15, 2007Tibor Kovacs

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Dec2006
This report was produced as part of the work activities of a European Union funded project entitled Developing National Forums for Guidance in Six Member States that concluded in November 2006. The issue of the role of the beneficiary of guidance services in the design, monitoring, and evaluation of such services was ... Read More
December 29, 2006Tibor Kovacs

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Dec2006
Commissioned by the Careers Industry Council of Australia and published in November 2006,  this scoping study looks at possible areas of research on the economic benefits from career development services. Career development services refer to vocational and educational advice provided by career development practitioners. School-based advice currently dominates career development services, though advice is also ... Read More
December 23, 2006Tibor Kovacs