These Guidelines (revised 2007) produced by the National Career Development Association (NCDA) of the USA address the following issues:
- Guidelines for Use of the Internet for the Delivery of Career Counselling and Career Planning Services
- Professional and Ethical Guidelines Related to the Use of the Internet for Job Posting and Searching
- Unacceptable Counselor Behaviors on the Internet
- Need for Research and Review
They are aimed primarily at career guidance practitioners who use the internet to deliver career guidance services.
They address issues of the transparency of qualifications and credentials of career website developers and providers, access by the public, website and service content, the appropriateness of internet services for a client, the inclusion of linkages to other websites, the use of on-line assessments, and the confidentiality of client information obtained on-line.