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Media Releases & Articles

Media Releases

Career Development Vital for a Post COVID-19 Labour Market Revival – May 2020

As Key Influencers, School Career Practitioners Need More Time To Assist Students Make Well-Informed Decisions – June 2017

Equipping the Next Generation in an Increasingly Complex Environment – 3 May 2017

National Peak Body Welcomes the Announcement of a New National Career Education Strategy – May 2016

National Peak Body Welcomes Youth Employment Strategy – 13 May 2015

Career Education Resources Reduced When Young Australian Need Them Most – 28 April 2015

Lack of Funding Deprives Career Support for Australian Students – 25 March 2015

National Peak Body Welcomes the Announcement of More Support for Queensland Students – 14 January 2015

Government Recognises the Importance of School Career Advisers – 1 September 2014

Quality Career Advice Essential to VETiS Reform – 28 April 2014

National Peak Body Calls for Greater Partnerships in Improving the Quality of Career Advice – 8 April 2014

Quality Career Advice for Job Seekers – No April Fools’ – 1 April 2014

National Peak Body Calls for Improved Quality of Career Advice – 10 March 2014


News Articles

Cuts to career advisers could be hurting students in university – Sydney Morning Herald – July 2017

Teachers do know about work, but careers advice is for specialists | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional – March 2014

Careers advice should be at the heart of education, not an afterthought | Guardian Careers | January 2013

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Websites

Australia

myfuture – Australia’s career information and exploration service

Your Career – The Your Career website is a platform of the National Careers Institute. It is designed to provide clear and simple careers information and to help people of all ages and circumstances better plan and manage their career

myskills – online information about vocational education and training options

National Careers Institute – The National Careers Institute (NCI) was established so that Australians have access to accurate and up to date career information and support regardless of their age and stage.

National Skills Commission – The National Skills Commission (NSC) is working to develop intelligence on Australia’s labour market, workforce changes and current and emerging skills needs. The NSC will drive long-term improvements across the skills system to bring together existing data and develop new capability in skills analysis, and improved data and advice on VET pricing and outcomes.

Job Outlook – a careers and labour market research information site to help you decide on your future career

Future Ready – Australia’s National Career Education Strategy and the resources that support the Strategy

QILT – helps you compare official study experience and employment outcomes data from Australian higher education institutions. Create your own shortlist to compare different study areas and institutions.

Course Seeker –  is a national course comparison tool which allows students to search over 7,000 undergraduate courses. Students can search, select and compare up to four higher education courses nationally.

Australian Job Search – Australia’s largest free online jobs website

Job Jump Start – Find new ways to explore careers and prepare for work by reading articles and using the tools provided. All the information on Job Jumpstart fits into three themes: Looking for a job; Building a career; and At work

Study Assist – Information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study

jobactive – Australian Government employment services system that supports job seekers and employers

Disability Employment Services – helps people with a disability find work and keep a job

Parents Talking Career Choices – an additional downloadable flyer to supplement the use of Job Guide

Labour Market Information Portal – developed by the Department of Employment to provide up to date labour market data to assist people to understand their local labour markets

Australian Apprenticeships – Australian Government information site for apprenticeships

Australian Apprenticeship Pathways – apprenticeships and traineeships information and resources

Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service – provides apprenticeships and traineeships information and resources for Australian Apprenticeships Centres, Registered Training Organisations, Group Training Organisations, jobactive providers and other service providers and stakeholders

National Apprentice Employment Network – the national association representing group training organisations, Australia’s largest employer network of apprentices and trainees

National Centre for Vocational Education Research – informing policy and practice in Australia’s training system

Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority – ACARA (Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority) improves learning for young Australians through world-class school curriculum, assessment and reporting

Work Studies Years 9-10 Australian Curriculum – The Australian Curriculum: Work Studies Years 9–10 will deliver a school-based subject that provides opportunities for students to undertake vocational learning and develop work-readiness skills in preparation for further study towards a skilled occupation or further education after leaving school

 


International

The International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy – The main purpose of this web site is to facilitate policy learning through the international exchange of knowledge and information concerning public policy and career development issues

International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance

Canadian Career Development Foundation – a non-profit organization that works to advance career development and the capacity of the profession to respond with compassion and skill to all clients and stakeholders in an ever-changing work environment

Asia Pacific Career Development Association – connects career development professionals who work in or are interested in the Asia Pacific region and provides a global forum for sharing career development ideas, research, and techniques that are effective in the Asia Pacific region

Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training – is a national policy research institute, established in 1997 with the mandate of supporting national human resources development policy and the Korean public’s lifelong skills development

Careers New Zealand – is a Crown entity established under the Education Act 1989, and governed by a board that reports to the Minister of Education

Career Development Association of New Zealand – operates as an advocate for its members’ practice standards and professionalism, as well as a national voice for access to well-considered, personally, socially, and economically rewarding career development across the lifespan for all people

OECD Career Guidance Policy Review – effective career information and guidance systems are a key to making lifelong learning a reality for all.

European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network – aims to assist the European Union (EU) Member States (and the neighbouring countries eligible for the EU Lifelong Learning Programme) and the European Commission in developing European co-operation on lifelong guidance in both the education and the employment sectors.

International Centre for Guidance Studies – is an applied research centre specialising in career development and employability

The National Careers Council UK  – is chaired by Dr Deirdre Hughes, OBE, with 9 members and 3 associate leading experts from business, education and careers sectors

National Careers Service in England

Northern Ireland Careers Service

Skills Development Scotland

Careers Wales

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Government Policy & Review

In the Same Sentence: Bringing higher and vocational education together. NSW Review Report

The NSW Government asked David Gonski AC and Peter Shergold AC to examine vocational education and training (VET) in NSW. They were asked to provide advice on how the state’s VET system could best address ongoing and emerging skills shortages, paying particular regard to its quality, efficiency and structural complexity. It was indicated that they should consider how to integrate secondary, vocational and higher education learning opportunities, how to re-imagine industry engagement and how to improve career advice to support lifelong learning. It was also suggested that they should seek to understand any negative public perceptions of VET. 

Final VET Sector Report March 2021


Productivity Commission, National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development Review, Study Report

The Australian Government asked the Commission to review progress against the targets, outcomes and performance indicators in the NASWD and to assess whether it is still an effective long‑term framework for intergovernmental cooperation on VET policy. Intertwined with that assessment, the Commission has also been asked to consider options:

  • to coordinate and streamline government support
  • for national consistency in VET funding and pricing that maximise efficiency, transparency and the supply of trained workers
  • to promote consistency in funding and loan arrangements between the VET and higher education sectors
  • to ensure government investment in VET encourages increased participation in training that is commensurate with the benefits.

Productivity Commission 2020, National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development Review, Study Report, Canberra.


Looking to the Future – Report of the review of senior secondary pathways into work, further education and training

In recognition of the important role, senior secondary education plays in preparing students for the rapidly changing world beyond school, Through Growth to Achievement: Report of the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools recommended establishing an independent inquiry into senior secondary schooling. The recommendation has been formalised in the national school reform agreement as a national policy initiative to review senior secondary pathways into work, further education and training (the Review).

The Review reported to Education Council as outlined in the National School Reform Agreement 2019-2023.

Looking to the Future Report June 2020


Future Ready: National Career Education Strategy

The National Career Education Strategy has been developed by the Australian Government to increase awareness and improve national consistency of career education.

The strategy reflects nationally agreed objectives for governments, schools and employers to support provision of high quality career education for all school students.

Future Ready – a student focused National Career Education Strategy


Victorian Government Inquiry into Career Advice in Victorian Schools

Secondary school is a time when students have to make important decisions about their future direction. They need the skills, knowledge and confidence to choose between further education, training or employment and the capacity to modify their direction as needed throughout their professional life. This Inquiry considered how well Victorian schools are preparing students to navigate the world of work and where they could improve.

Inquiry into career advice activities in Victorian schools Report


Unique Individuals, Broad Skills – Inquiry into school to work transition

On Wednesday 31 May 2017, the Minister for Employment, Education and Training, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, referred to the Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training (the Committee) an inquiry into how students are supported from school to work.

Unique Individuals, Broad Skills Inquiry into School to Work Transition – May 2018


Career and Skills Pathways – Research into a whole-of-system approach to enhancing lifelong career support mechanisms for all Australians

PwC were engaged by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training to research and investigate a whole-of-system, lifelong career support model for all Australians throughout their post-schooling life.

This report provides a summary of the current career support system, an understanding of the high level users and their requirements, and an informed set of recommendations for how to enhance careers support in Australia.

This work aligns with vocational education reform initiatives, including the recently announced Skilling Australians Fund and Industry Specialist Mentoring program, as well as the National Career Development Strategy.

PwC Career and Skills Pathways Project – June 2017


National Career Development Research Project

National Career Development Strategy 2013

A research project on career development in Australia was undertaken to inform the National Career Development Strategy. The research project comprised four separate elements.

1. Literature Review

A literature review of national and international research into career development, prepared by Miles Morgan Australia to inform the National Career Development Strategy.

NCDS Element 1 Miles Morgan

2. Needs Analysis

Identifies and analyses the career development needs and wants of young people (5-24 years), their parents, teachers and communities.

NCDS Element 2 Qualitative Research

NCDS Element 2 Quantitative Research

NCDS Element 2 Synthesis Report

3. Cost-Benefit Analysis

A cost-benefit analysis exploring the pros and cons of the options for the National Career Development Strategy. Prepared by Deloitte Access Economics to inform the National Career Development Strategy.

NCDS Deloitte Access Cost Benefit Analysis

4. Recommendations and Options

A rationale and options for a National Career Development Strategy provides recommendations for improving career development interventions and a range of options for the National Career Development Strategy. Prepared by Nous Group to inform the National Career Development Strategy.

NCDS Rationale & Options Nous Group


Job Guide

Job Guide Review Final Report 2013


Australian Blueprint for Career Development

ABCD Review Report Nov 2012


6th International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy

Report 6th International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy


Career Guidance – A Handbook for Policy Makers OECD

Career Guidance – A Handbook for Policy Makers


OECD Australia Country Note – 2002

OECD Australia Country Note 2002

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Frameworks

Using Digital Communication in Career Development Practice

To assist career development practitioners, primarily those new to using digital communication in their client services, this document draws attention to some points for career development practitioners to consider about making the best use of communication technology while protecting themselves and their clients. This document about using digital communication in practice complements the Professional Standards for Australian Career Development Practitioners.

The Professional Standards apply to all forms of practice, including the use of digital communication.

Using Digital Communication in Career Development Practice


CICA School Career Development Service Benchmarking Resource

This resource has been developed for principals and leadership teams of schools to help them get the best value and outcomes from their career development services. The resource describes the features of a contemporary school-based career development service and sets out progressive performance benchmarks that enable schools to review their service delivery.

Schools can use this resource repeatedly as a quality improvement tool, to stimulate thinking about the aims of their career development service, how to achieve these aims, and how to continue to meet the changing career development needs of students within a rapidly changing world of work.

Although this resource is intended to be used by schools, the main elements could be adapted and customised for use in other sectors

CICA School Career Benchmarking Resource


Australian Blueprint for Career Development

The Australian Blueprint for Career Development is a framework for designing, implementing and evaluating career development programs for young people and adults. At its core, the Blueprint identifies the skills, attitudes and knowledge that individuals need to make sound choices and to effectively manage their careers.

The Australian Blueprint for Career Development (“the Blueprint”) has the potential to change the way Australians think about career education, information and guidance programmes.

The Blueprint has multiple goals but its primary aim is to have users work with a national framework of career competencies to create comprehensive, effective and measurable career development programs which help Australians to better manage their lives, learning and work.

Australian Blueprint for Career Development

Australian Blueprint Poster

Managing Life Learning and Work in the 21 Century – Issues Informing the Design of an Australian Blueprint

ABCD Review Report Nov 2012


CICA Guiding Principles for Career Development Services and Career Information Products

These Guiding Principles for Career Development Services and Career Information Products were designed to provide all those who offer such career development services and career information products with a clear and simple set of criteria with which to assess and continuously improve the quality of their services or products. Their widespread use will also enable clients to make judgements about the quality of the services and products they receive.

CICA Guiding Principles for Career Development Services and Career Information Products 2nd Ed


Preparing Secondary Students for Work – December 2014

Preparing Secondary Students for Work sets out a framework for vocational learning and vocational education and training (VET) delivered to secondary students. It updates the New Framework for Vocational Education in Schools released in 2001 by the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs. The 2001 framework was introduced at a time when the VET sector, including vocational education in schools,was expanding.

In 2014 the Education Council decided to update the framework to ensure that vocational learning and VET delivered to secondary students reflect modern schools and workplaces. Like the earlier framework, Preparing Secondary Students for Work is a policy document. It is likely to be of most value to people who set policies, design programs and implement vocational learning and VET, whether they are within schools, schooling systems, industry bodies, training package developers or VET regulators.

Preparing Secondary Students for Work


Core Skills for Work Developmental Framework

The Core Skills for Work Developmental Framework (the CSfW) describes a set of non-technical skills, knowledge and understandings that underpin successful participation in work. Participation in work could be as an employee, as someone who is self-employed, or as a volunteer.

This set of non-technical skills, often referred to as generic or employability skills, contribute to work performance in combination with technical or discipline-specific skills and core language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills

Core Skills for Work Developmental Framework 2013


ELGPN Guidelines for Policies and Systems Development for Lifelong Guidance

The aim of these guidelines is to provide advice and reference points for lifelong guidance policies
and systems across the education, training, employment and social fields in order to improve the career
learning experience of EU citizens and strengthen the professionalism of career services and tools. The
Guidelines also aim to demonstrate how coherent guidance policies and systems contribute to achieving
education, employment, youth and social policy goals. The Guidelines can be used by policy-makers and
developers, social partners, civil society, career guidance services and professional leaders, guidance
practitioners, and trainers of guidance practitioners. This tool synthesises the policy development work
undertaken by the members of ELGPN in 2007–15.

ELGPN Guidelines for Policies and Systems Development


UK Gatsby Benchmarks

Every young person needs high-quality career guidance to make informed decisions about their future. Good career guidance is a necessity for delivering technical education reforms and is a vehicle for social justice: those young people without social capital or home support suffer most from poor career guidance. Yet, despite its importance, career guidance in English schools has often been criticised for being inadequate and patchy.

Against this background, in 2013 Gatsby commissioned Sir John Holman – Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at the University of York, senior education adviser and former headteacher – with setting out what career guidance in England would be like were it good by international standards.

After six international visits, analysis of good practice in English schools and a comprehensive review of current literature, John wrote The Good Career Guidance Report which identifies a set of eight benchmarks that schools can use as a framework for improving their careers provision. These benchmarks have been well received by schools, government and a wide range of stakeholders.

The eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance

1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance

The Good Career Guidance Report

Reaching the Gatsby Benchmarks

Understanding the Role of the Careers Leader

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Reports

Australia

David Gonski AC and Peter Shergold ACConnolly, H. Commissioner for Children and People, South Australia. (2020). Off to Work We Go…Preparing South Australian school students for their work futures. South Australia

Connolly, H. Commissioner for Children and People, South Australia. (2020). Spotlight on Parent Carers Careers Advice. South Australia

Connolly, H. Commissioner for Children and People, South Australia.(2020).Spotlight on Work Experience. South Australia

Connolly, H. Commissioner for Children and People, South Australia.(2020). The Job Aspirations of 8-12 year olds. A snapshot view. South Australia

Lucas, B. & Smith, C. (2018). The Capable Country: Cultivating capabilities in Australian education, Mitchell Institute policy report No. 03/2018. Mitchell Institute, Melbourne. Available from: www.mitchellinstitute.org.au

K. Torii (2018). Connecting the worlds of learning and work: Prioritising school-industry partnerships in Australia’s education system, Mitchell Institute, Melbourne.

P. Noonan and S. Pilcher, Participation in tertiary education in Australia: Modelling and scenario analysis, Mitchell Institute, 2018.

: Noonan, P. and Pilcher, S. (2017). Finding the truth in the apprenticeships debate, Mitchell Institute report No. 03/2017. Mitchell Institute, Melbourne.

PwC (2017). Career and Skills Pathways Research into a whole-of-system approach to enhancing lifelong career support mechanisms for all Australians

Torii, K. and O’Connell, M. Preparing Young People for the Future of Work. Mitchell Institute Policy Paper No. 01/2017. Mitchell Institute, Melbourne.

International

D Hughes & G Smith. Youth Transitions: creating pathway to success. Education Development Trust, July 2020.

Barnes, S-A., Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Kettunen, J., and Vuorinen, R. (2020). Lifelong guidance policy and practice in the EU: trends, challenges and opportunities. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union

Indecon – Review of Career Guidance in Ireland – April 2019

COVID-19

CDAA Covid19 Reshaping Working Australia

COVID-19 – Career Development Sector

Covid-19 Where Do I Go for Careers Support

An emergency career development plan to maintain productivity and progression post-COVID-19 CDPG

 

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Youth

Foundation for Young Australians – The New Work Reality Report

FYA – The New Work Reality – June 2018


Foundation for Young Australians – The New Work Smarts Report

FYA – The New Work Smarts – July 2017


Mission Australia Youth Report 2017

Mission Australia Youth Survey Report 2017


Foundation for Young Australians – The New Work Mindset Report

The New Work Mindset – FYA November 2016


Being Work Ready – A Guide to What Employers Want

Being Work Ready Guide – BCA June 2016


Foundation for Young Australians – The New Basics Report

The New Basics – FYA April 2016


Social Ventures Australia – Fundamental Principles for Youth Employment

Fundamental Principles for Youth Employment Report February 2016


Youth employment in Australia: a comparative analysis of labour force participation by age group

Journal of Applied Youth Sciences V1 N2 2016


Foundation for Young Australians – How Young People are Faring 2015

How Young People Are Faring Report Card – FYA November 2015


Foundation for Young Australians – Future of Work 2015

FYA – Future of Work Report


 

 

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Research

Australia

Career Industry Council of Australia (2020). Demonstrated quality: National Career Development Industry Study, Career Industry Council of Australia, Melbourne. May 2020

Career Industry Council of Australia (2020). Investing in the future of the career development industry, Career Industry Council of Australia, Melbourne. July 2020

Career Industry Council of Australia (2020). Positive impacts of the career development industry, Career Industry Council of Australia, Melbourne. May 2020

Future Ready Research on incorporating career education in the Australian Curriculum – Ithaca Group – January 2019

Employability in a Global Context – July 2018

Youth Action – Career Guidance: The Missing Link in School to Work Transitions – July 2017

Y13 – After the ATAR – Understanding How Gen Z Transition Into Further Education & Employment – July 2017

What’s Happening in Our Schools? Insights into our School-Based Career Practitioners – June 2017

Skilling Australia and McCrindle – Perceptions are not Reality – May 2017

CICA Infographic – Equipping the Next Generation – Insights into our School-Based Career Practitioners – May 2017

Career Guidance, School Experiences and the University Participation of Young People from Equity Groups – February 2017

Schools and Career Guidance Key to Widening University Participation – February 2017

Everybody’s Core Business – Research into the non-technical capabilities needed for successful participation in work or further study – August 2016

Everybody’s Core Business Supplementary Report – Supplementary Report: Findings from the literature – August 2016

CICA Infographic – The Role of Career Practitioners in Our Schools – April 2015

CICA Infographic – A Snapshot of Career Practitioners in Australia – March 2015

Natal’ya Galliott • Linda J. Graham – School based experiences as contributors to career decision-making: findings from a cross-sectional survey of high-school students – March 2015

CICA VET Career Development Services: the way forward – June 2012

CICA Engaging Parents in the Career Development of Young People – March 2012

OECD Review of Career Guidance Policies – Australia Country Note May 2002

OECD Australian Review of Career Guidance Policies – January 2002

Koder Report – Careers Advisory Services in Higher Education Institutions – December 1990


International

C Percy, A Amegah (2021), “Starting Early. Building the foundations for success”, Education and Employers, London

Cedefop; European Commission; ETF; ICCDPP; ILO; OECD; UNESCO (2020). Career guidance policy and practice in the pandemic: results of a joint international survey – June to August 2020. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Mann, A., V. Denis and C. Percy (2020), “Career ready?: How schools can better prepare young people for working life in the era of COVID-19”, OECD Education Working Papers, No. 241, OECD Publishing, Paris

Barnes, S-A., Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Gough, J. & Wright, S. (2020). The role of parents and carers in providing careers guidance and how they can be better supported: Practice report. Coventry: University of Warwick.

Barnes, S-A., Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Gough, J. & Wright, S. (2020). The role of parents and carers in providing careers guidance and how they can be better supported: Evidence report. Coventry: University of Warwick.

New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission, Drawing the Future: exploring the career aspirations of New Zealand children: February 2020

OECD – Dream Jobs Teenagers’ Career Aspirations and the Future of Work – January 2020

Education and Employers – Disconnected. Career aspirations and jobs in the UK – January 2020

OECD – Envisioning the future of education and jobs – January 2019

Education and Employers, Teach First, AKO Foundation – The role of primary teachers and schools in preparing children for the future – January 2019

Careers & Enterprise Company, Education and Employers Research – What works? Career Related Learning in Primary School – December 2018.

OECD – Working it Out: Career Guidance and Employer Engagement – July 2018

Education and Employers – Introducing Primary Children to the World of Work – July 2018

Education and Employers UK – Drawing The Future – January 2018

Education and Employers Research UK – How to make the most of mock interviews and CV workshops – July 2017

Education and Employers Research UK – How to make the most of careers events with employers – July 2017

Careers & Enterprise Company – Careers events. What works? – 2017

Careers & Enterprise Company – The evidence base for careers websites – 2017

UK Department for Education – Funding and Expenditure in Post-16 Education – July 2017

OECD / ILO – Engaging Employers in Apprenticeship – July 2017

ICCDPP International Symposium Communique – June 2017

ICCDPP – Understanding how work opportunites are changing – 2017

ICCDPP – Ensuring that content and delivery of career development programs and services are relevant – 2017

ICCDPP – Improving career practitioner training and practice – 2017

ICCDPP – Reforming career services in education and labour to focus on career competencies and successful transitions – 2017

Addressing the Catch 22: RBC Career Launch Applicants Recommendations for Improving School-to-Work Transitions – 2017

Principles of Career and Career Development Infographic Canada – November 2016

Changing Places- Mid-career review and mobility – Eurofound 2016

Improving the school-to-work transitions of youth in Canada: a scoping review – 2016

Maximising the impact of careers services on career management skills- a review of the literature – August 2016

Careers education- International literature review – July 2016

World Class Apprenticeship Standards: Report & Recommendations June 2016

iGeGS – Understanding Career Management Skills – February 2016

ICCDPP Engaging Employers – 2015

ICCDPP Why ROI Matters – 2015

ICCDPP The Role of Emerging Technologies – 2015

ICCDPP – Integrated Policies Creating Systems that Work – 2015

Mapping Careers Provision in Schools and Colleges in England – July 2015

Careers England Research Paper -The Economic Benefits of Career Guidance – July 2015

The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training – Future in Focus Framework – June 2015

Careers in the Classroom Report – Teach First UK March 2015

Teachers and Careers – The role of school teachers in delivering career and employability learning – The University of Derby 2015

The Evidence Base on Lifelong Guidance – 2014

A Nordic Perspective on Career Competences and Guidance – 2014

Gatsby Foundation – Good Career Guidance in the UK April 2014

PwC Gatsby Assessing benchmarks of good practice in school career guidance

Career Education in Korea – June 2013

Career Management Skills Framework for Scotland – 2013

McKinsey & Company Education to Employment – Designing a System that Works – January 2013

Guidance In Education Denmark 2012

Lifelong Guidance in Finland – November 2012

Career counselling in Secondary Education – A comparative between Greece and France 2012

European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network – Youth Unemployment: A Crisis in Our Midst – The role of lifelong guidance policies in addressing labour supply and demand – 2012

OECD Learning for Jobs – The Relationship of Career Guidance to VET – A G Watts – September 2009

OECD – Career Guidance and Public Policy – 2004

OECD – Career Guidance – A Handbook for Policy Makers – 2004

 

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Conference

Annual Conference 2021

22 October 2021

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