Are there differences in how older workers learn? What are their best strategies of keeping up with changes in their job, or taking up a new job? And what can employers, governments and the world of training professionals do to encourage successful active ageing?
A new Cedefop publication - and a forthcoming workshop – seek answers to these questions.
Cedefop, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, is organising a two-day international workshop on guidance and counselling for ageing workers in Thessaloniki on 30 September and 1 October 2010.
Cedefop is planning a two-day international workshop on guidance and counselling for ageing workers, to be held in Thessaloniki on 30 September and 1 October 2010. The aim of the workshop is to bring together an international forum of researchers and experts in order to gather the latest insights on guidance and counselling for ageing workers and to learn from best practices. Cedefop intends to publish the best contributions in a conference reader.
Access to success: Lifelong guidance for better learning and working in Europe takes stock of how guidance policies and systems, and the practice of lifelong guidance and counselling, are developing across the European Union. The organisation of the booklet reflects the four priorities of the 2008 Council Resolution on integrating guidance into lifelong learning.
As part of the celebrations for Europe Day 2009, Cedefop opened its doors to senior high schools and universities of the greater Thessaloniki area inviting around 300 pupils and students, along with their teachers and professors, to find out more about