June 27, 2019

Communiqué 2019 – Leading career development services into an uncertain future: Ensuring access, integration and innovation

Career is the individual’s path through life, learning and work. How people live their lives, build their skills, care for their families and work in the labour market has implications for society and the economy. Because of this governments, societies, employers and educational organisations have an interest in supporting people to build good, productive and […]

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June 19, 2019

The path to prosperity Why the future of work is human

Australia must get to work. We have an opportunity to make better choices about our work, our workers and our workplaces to pave the path to prosperity for all Australians. Australia has retained 27 years and counting of continuous economic growth, even through a period of global economic volatility. As a result, we benefit from […]

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Peak Human Potential – Preparing Australia’s Workforce for the Digital Future

Australia’s workforce – and, by extension, its economy – is on the precipice of massive change. With digital technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, high-tech robotics and the Internet of Things disrupting and displacing human labour at an accelerating rate, the workers of today and tomorrow face uncertainty about job security. It is imperative […]

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June 6, 2019

Education and Employers’ latest report suggests that encounters with the world of work can improve GCSE results

For the first time in England, using a robust methodological approach (Randomised Control Trial) links have been demonstrated between young people’s engagement with the world of work through career talks and their GCSE attainment. This new research, entitled ‘Motivated to achieve’ shows that participation in career talks with volunteers from the world of work can change the […]

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June 5, 2019

ICCDPP Release Synthesis Papers for 2019 Symposium

The International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy is pleased to bring to your attention the four synthesis papers arising from the 33 country papers prepared for the 9th International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy which will be held shortly in Tromso, Norway. They concern how policies and systems for career guidance support the public […]

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