Resources for guidance, now available online, is a new project dedicated to managers of careers services, practitioners and policy-makers working in career development and activation policies.
The international conference on lifelong guidance policy and practice, jointly organised by the Estonian EU Presidency, Foundation Innove and Cedefop as part of the first European guidance week (#EGW2017), brought over 200 experts in career services from 35 countries to Tallinn on 27 and 28 September.
The Estonian Ministry of Education and Research, Cedefop and Foundation Innove are co-organising the first European guidance week, in Tallinn on 26-29 September.
Cedefop is cooperating to the organisation of the 7th EU presidency conference of lifelong guidance policy on 27-28/09/2017, organised by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research in the context of a joint event with the Estonian Presidency.
Experts from across the European Union met at Cedefop on 16 May to discuss how labour market information (LMI) can support career guidance.
Watch the TED talk of the coordinator of the European Lifelog Guidance Policy Network, Raimo Vuorinen, on how guidance helps people navigate professional life and fulfil their careers.
Vocational guidance in schools does not have a rich tradition in Poland. According to a recently amended regulation of the Ministry of National Education on the principles for providing and organising psychological and pedagogical assistance in public kindergartens, schools and other educational institutions, each school from lower secondary school level, including vocational schools, is obliged to provide vocational guidance for its students.
The Confederation of Icelandic Employers and Iceland Chamber of Commerce have just published a report on the state of education in Iceland and how to improve it.