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The Sixth
International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy,
Budapest,  Hungary, 5-7 December 2011
http://iccdpp.org/Symposia/IS2011Hungary/tabid/251/Default.aspx
 
 
The Sixth International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy (IS2011) aimed to build closer dialogues and linkages between career guidance policy makers in the fields of education, employment, economic development and social inclusion, and with strategic professional leaders and researchers.
 
There were four sub-themes for IS2011:
 
  1. Political, economic and social changes and the changing role of career guidance and career guidance policies.
 
  1. Lifelong guidance policy as a part of integrated human resource development policies – challenges and opportunities.
 
  1. The changing world and the changing role of career guidance – skills and competencies for lifelong guidance practitioners.
 
  1. Evidence-based practice; evidence-based policies.
 
An additional and facilitated program of the Symposium was the Current Hungarian developments in the field of lifelong guidance system development.
 
 
The Sixth
International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy,
Budapest,  Hungary, 5-7 December 2011
http://iccdpp.org/Symposia/IS2011Hungary/tabid/251/Default.aspx
 
 
The Sixth International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy (IS2011) aimed to build closer dialogues and linkages between career guidance policy makers in the fields of education, employment, economic development and social inclusion, and with strategic professional leaders and researchers.
 
There were four sub-themes for IS2011:
 
  1. Political, economic and social changes and the changing role of career guidance and career guidance policies.
 
  1. Lifelong guidance policy as a part of integrated human resource development policies – challenges and opportunities.
 
  1. The changing world and the changing role of career guidance – skills and competencies for lifelong guidance practitioners.
 
  1. Evidence-based practice; evidence-based policies.
 
An additional and facilitated program of the Symposium was the Current Hungarian developments in the field of lifelong guidance system development.
 
 
Dear Colleagues Please find here Policy Points Issue 10, the newsletter of the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy.
Dear Colleagues Please find here Policy Points Issue 10, the newsletter of the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy.
 ICCDPP & KUDER Announce Collaborative Relationship
 
 'http://www.kuder.com/'>Kuder, Inc. (Kuder) and the 'http://www.iccdpp.org/'>International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP) have just announced  the formation of their new collaborative relationship. With a shared focus on evidenced-based career guidance and related policy, Kuder and ICCDPP have partnered to improve, advance, and advocate for career development public policies, systems, and practices across the world.
 “ICCDPP, as an independent body, recognizes and values the extensive network Kuder is developing worldwide. The sharing of information, contacts, and expertise is critical to the development of policy and practice in career guidance and so ICCDPP has entered into this special relationship with Kuder. We look forward to working together to enhance career development policy and practice globally,” Liz Galashan, Chair, International Executive Board, ICCDPP.
Kuder and ICCDPP will collaborate on a number of projects related to international career development. Most notably, these organizations will bring ICCDPP’s biennial international symposium to the United States for the first time in 2015. The symposium aims to build closer dialogues and linkages between career guidance policy makers in the fields of education, employment, economic development and social inclusion, and with strategic professional leaders and researchers.
“ICCDPP is recognized globally as a prominent authority on career development and country leaders consistently look to them for policy improvement. This relationship is a perfect match with our commitment to evidenced-based career guidance solutions for all ages worldwide,” said Kuder President, Phil Harrington. “This year marks our 'http://www.75yearsofkuder.com/'>75th anniversary as we celebrate the legacy Dr. Frederic Kuder began in 1938. We are honored that this partnership adds a significant milestone to our history and look forward to a lasting relationship.”
Kuder will open the first U.S.-based ICCDPP office at their headquarters, 302 Visions Parkway, Adel, Iowa.
About ICCDPP: The ICCDPP is dedicated to improve policies, systems and practices for career development for citizens worldwide through international collaboration. The Centre provides evidence bases for policy decisions, policy related studies, policy examples and developments examples of good practices and services relevant publications. For more information, visit 'http://www.iccdpp.org/'>www.iccdpp.org.
About Kuder: Over the past 75 years, Kuder has provided comprehensive career guidance that has impacted the lives of more than 150 million people worldwide. Today, Kuder continues to provide evidence-based career assessments with customized, innovative, online solutions that reach career planners at all stages of life. For more information, visit 'http://www.kuder.com/'>www.kuder.com.
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 ICCDPP & KUDER Announce Collaborative Relationship
 
 'http://www.kuder.com/'>Kuder, Inc. (Kuder) and the 'http://www.iccdpp.org/'>International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP) have just announced  the formation of their new collaborative relationship. With a shared focus on evidenced-based career guidance and related policy, Kuder and ICCDPP have partnered to improve, advance, and advocate for career development public policies, systems, and practices across the world.
 “ICCDPP, as an independent body, recognizes and values the extensive network Kuder is developing worldwide. The sharing of information, contacts, and expertise is critical to the development of policy and practice in career guidance and so ICCDPP has entered into this special relationship with Kuder. We look forward to working together to enhance career development policy and practice globally,” Liz Galashan, Chair, International Executive Board, ICCDPP.
Kuder and ICCDPP will collaborate on a number of projects related to international career development. Most notably, these organizations will bring ICCDPP’s biennial international symposium to the United States for the first time in 2015. The symposium aims to build closer dialogues and linkages between career guidance policy makers in the fields of education, employment, economic development and social inclusion, and with strategic professional leaders and researchers.
“ICCDPP is recognized globally as a prominent authority on career development and country leaders consistently look to them for policy improvement. This relationship is a perfect match with our commitment to evidenced-based career guidance solutions for all ages worldwide,” said Kuder President, Phil Harrington. “This year marks our 'http://www.75yearsofkuder.com/'>75th anniversary as we celebrate the legacy Dr. Frederic Kuder began in 1938. We are honored that this partnership adds a significant milestone to our history and look forward to a lasting relationship.”
Kuder will open the first U.S.-based ICCDPP office at their headquarters, 302 Visions Parkway, Adel, Iowa.
About ICCDPP: The ICCDPP is dedicated to improve policies, systems and practices for career development for citizens worldwide through international collaboration. The Centre provides evidence bases for policy decisions, policy related studies, policy examples and developments examples of good practices and services relevant publications. For more information, visit 'http://www.iccdpp.org/'>www.iccdpp.org.
About Kuder: Over the past 75 years, Kuder has provided comprehensive career guidance that has impacted the lives of more than 150 million people worldwide. Today, Kuder continues to provide evidence-based career assessments with customized, innovative, online solutions that reach career planners at all stages of life. For more information, visit 'http://www.kuder.com/'>www.kuder.com.
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Formation of an Asia Pacific Career Development Network (APCDN)
Communiqué
Context
 
On Friday 29 April a meeting was held in Cairns Australia to consider the formation of an Asia Pacific Career Development Network (APCDN).
 
The impetus for this meeting came out of discussions between Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) and Korean Research Institute for Vocational and Education Training (KRIVET) representatives in Seoul in July 2010 in which it was agreed in principle that an effective regional career development network could potentially make a substantial contribution to career development policy research and practice. It was noted that other formal and informal discussions were reflective of a growing interest in forming an APCDN.
 
The Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA)/ International Association of Education and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) conference (26-29 April, 2011) provided an opportunity for a broad range of conference delegates from the region to participate in discussions.
 
Twenty–three career development researchers, practitioners and policy makers attended the meeting from countries including South Korea, China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. There were several delegates who were unable to attend the meeting but are interested in the formation of an APCDN. These individuals came from India, Malaysia, Taiwan and Thailand.
 
Two representatives from international networks were invited speakers at the meeting. Dr Raimo Vuorinen, Coordinator of the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) and based in Finland, provided an update on current progress and projects of the ELGPN. IAEVG President and International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP) Deputy Chair, Lester Oakes from New Zealand provided similar commentary on the Pacific Island Career Development Network.
 
The meeting was co-chaired by Mr Peter Tatham from CICA and Dr Ji Yeon Lee from KRIVET.
 
Key Outcomes
 
Commitment to establish an Asia Pacific Career Development Network.
 
Agreement that KRIVET and CICA work together to implement the APCDN over the initial three year development cycle of the network.
 
Agreement that delegates at the meeting provide key contacts of policymakers, researchers and practitioners who may be interested in contributing to the further development of a network
 
Agreement to contribute information for a regional snapshot and potential policymaker, practitioner and researcher contacts
 
Next steps
 
Produce and distribute a meeting communiqué
 
CICA and KRIVET to prepare protocols for development of the APCDN for distribution and discussion with network members.
 
To inform all countries in the region and invite participation.
 
To undertake a scan/snapshot of current career development service programs in each country connected to the network.
 
Liaise closely with the ICCDPP to ensure coordination of effort and widest possible dissemination of information via its website.
 
Formation of an Asia Pacific Career Development Network (APCDN)
Communiqué
Context
 
On Friday 29 April a meeting was held in Cairns Australia to consider the formation of an Asia Pacific Career Development Network (APCDN).
 
The impetus for this meeting came out of discussions between Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) and Korean Research Institute for Vocational and Education Training (KRIVET) representatives in Seoul in July 2010 in which it was agreed in principle that an effective regional career development network could potentially make a substantial contribution to career development policy research and practice. It was noted that other formal and informal discussions were reflective of a growing interest in forming an APCDN.
 
The Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA)/ International Association of Education and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) conference (26-29 April, 2011) provided an opportunity for a broad range of conference delegates from the region to participate in discussions.
 
Twenty–three career development researchers, practitioners and policy makers attended the meeting from countries including South Korea, China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. There were several delegates who were unable to attend the meeting but are interested in the formation of an APCDN. These individuals came from India, Malaysia, Taiwan and Thailand.
 
Two representatives from international networks were invited speakers at the meeting. Dr Raimo Vuorinen, Coordinator of the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) and based in Finland, provided an update on current progress and projects of the ELGPN. IAEVG President and International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP) Deputy Chair, Lester Oakes from New Zealand provided similar commentary on the Pacific Island Career Development Network.
 
The meeting was co-chaired by Mr Peter Tatham from CICA and Dr Ji Yeon Lee from KRIVET.
 
Key Outcomes
 
Commitment to establish an Asia Pacific Career Development Network.
 
Agreement that KRIVET and CICA work together to implement the APCDN over the initial three year development cycle of the network.
 
Agreement that delegates at the meeting provide key contacts of policymakers, researchers and practitioners who may be interested in contributing to the further development of a network
 
Agreement to contribute information for a regional snapshot and potential policymaker, practitioner and researcher contacts
 
Next steps
 
Produce and distribute a meeting communiqué
 
CICA and KRIVET to prepare protocols for development of the APCDN for distribution and discussion with network members.
 
To inform all countries in the region and invite participation.
 
To undertake a scan/snapshot of current career development service programs in each country connected to the network.
 
Liaise closely with the ICCDPP to ensure coordination of effort and widest possible dissemination of information via its website.
 
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