The primary objective of this Handbook is to support the structured knowledge exchange of activities, methods and tools concerned with the successful integration of ICT and LMI in career guidance services and presenting potential for transferability.
The Handbook describes how the innovative practices, with proven results, can be transferred to other contexts by identifying and analysing their essential components. The Handbook foresees to support (national level) managers to identify which successful initiatives to transfer to their context and how to adapt them to successfully integrate it in their national context.
The Handbook aims to serve as a starting point, as more elaborated information is available in the individual case studies, annexed to the Handbook, providing (national level) managers with more extensive and thoroughly displayed information.
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