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    دليل الارشاد المهني لصانعي القرار
Published on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 @ 8:15 PM by Admin Account
9255 Views :: 1 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Co-ordination and Leadership, OECD, Africa, Middle East, European Commission (EC), Lebanon, Egypt, Algeria, Syria, Jordan, Tunisia, Libya
إن هذا الكتيب عبارة عن إحدى المطبوعات المشتركة بين المفوضية الأوربية والـ OECD. يهدف هذا الكتيب إلى إطلاع صناع السياسات في أي دولة على كيفية اتخاذ قرارات حول أفضل الاستراتيجيات لسياسات التوجيه المهني في بلادهم في قطاعات التعليم والتوظيف والمجتمع.
يقسم الجزء الأساسي من الكتيب إلى أربع عشرة فكرة رئيسية للسياسات تم ترتيب كل منها في أربع محاور هي:
+ تطوير التوجيه المهني لليافعين.
+ تطوير التوجيه المهني للبالغين.
+ تطوير آلية الحصول على التوجيه المهني.
+ تطوير سياسات وأنظمة التوجيه المهني.
 
تم العمل في كل فكرة رئيسية للسياسات على النقاط التالية:
= قضايا ومواضيع رئيسية بحاجة إلى الدراسة والمناقشة.
= الأسئلة التي يجب على صناع السياسات أن يأخذوها بالاعتبار بالنسبة لتلك القضايا.
= الخيارات التي يجب أن يعتمدها صناع السياسات لتطوير تلك السياسات.
= بعض الأمثلة عن الاستجابات الفعالة.
تم تحرير هذا الكتيب عام 2004 من قبل كل من /ريتشارد سويت Richard Sweet/ من OCED و /جون مكارثي John McCarthy/ من المفوضية الأوروبية ، انطلاقاً من أعمال كل من البروفسور /رونالد سلطانة Ronald Sultana/ و البروفسور /طوني واتس Tony Watts/ .
يمثل هذا الكتيب مقالا ً للعاملين في المفوضية الأوروبية.
تم إنجاز الترجمة إلى اللغة العربية من قبل مؤسسة قطر. وتم تحرير النسخة العربية من قبل الدكتور أبو بكر بدوي (مصر).

This handbook is a joint publication of the European Commission and of the OECD. Its aim is to inform policy makers in any country to decide on the most appropriate strategies for policies for career guidance in their countries in the education, employment and community sectors. The main part of the handbook is divided into 14 policy themes, organised in 4 sections:
+ Improving career guidance for young people
+ improving career guidance for adults
+ Improving access to career guidance
+ Improving policies and systems for career guidance.

Each policy theme is addressed as follows:
=Key problems/issues that need to be considered
=Questions that policymakers should ask in addressing those issues
=Options that policymakers can adopt to improve policies
=Some examples of effective responses.

The handbook was co-edited in 2004 by Richard Sweet, OECD, and John McCarthy, European Commission, based on material prepared by Prof Ronald Sultana and Prof Tony Watts. It is a staff working paper of the European Commission.

The Arabic translation of the Handbook was kindly facilitated by the Qatar Foundation. The editing of the Arabic version was kindly undertaken by Dr Aboubakr Badawi (Egypt).

This summary was translated by Dr Neruda Barakat, Skills and Career Centre, Tishreen University, Latakia, Syria.

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AUSTRALIA: NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - GREEN PAPER
Published on Thursday, September 20, 2012 @ 8:39 PM by Admin Account
13264 Views :: 8 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Improving Career Information, Training and Qualifications, Co-ordination and Leadership, Asia Pacific, Australia, Expanding Access to Guidance, Co-ordination and Leadership

This Green Paper published by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations in June 2012 proposes a way forward for a National Career Development Strategy for Australia. The Green Paper has been informed by extensive discussions with key stakeholders and by a number of national research projects.

The Australian Government recognises the need to support individuals, throughout their lives, to make appropriate choices about education, training and work, and to manage their careers successfully. A National Career Development Strategy will help to achieve this. The Green Paper:

·       outlines why career development is important for Australia’s future

·       indicates why Australia needs a National Career Development Strategy

·       suggests some initial priorities for a National Career Development Strategy; and

seeks feedback on these priorities.

This Green Paper provides very useful references to the research undertaken to inform the strategy and to good examples of practice as they exist at national, state and territory levels, and to international sources and approaches to career development and public policy.
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Políticas de orientación a lo largo de la vida: “Una tarea en marcha”-INFORME RESUMIDO
Published on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 @ 2:06 AM by Admin Account
10257 Views :: 21 Comments :: :: Co-ordination and Leadership, Ensuring Quality, Assessing Effectiveness, European Union (EU), Expanding Access to Guidance, Spain, ELGPN-European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, Career Management Skills
“Red Europea sobre Políticas de Orientación a lo largo de la
vida” (ELGPN),
Índice
Prólogo........................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Agradecimientos.....................................................................................................................................................................................7
1 Visión General.................................................................................................................................................................. 9
2 Programa de trabajo del ELGPN 2009–2010..............................................................................................................11
3 Habilidades para la gestión de la carrera (Paquete de Trabajo 1)........................................................................ 13
4 Acceso a los servicios de orientación (Paquete de Trabajo 2)............................................................................... 16
5 Mecanismos de cooperación y coordinación (Paquete de Trabajo 3)................................................................. 19
6 Garantía de calidad y recogida de datos (Paquete de Trabajo 4)......................................................................... 22
7 Seguimiento de las políticas de la UE (Grupo Transversal 1)................................................................................. 25
8 Proyectos financiados por la UE: sinergias y vínculos con las políticas de la UE
(Grupo Transversal 2).................................................................................................................................................... 28
9 Evaluación del trabajo realizado por el ELGPN........................................................................................................ 30
10 Próxima fase.
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Políticas de Orientação ao Longo da Vida: Trabalho em Curso-RELATÓRIO Síntese
Published on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 @ 2:00 AM by Admin Account
13175 Views :: 22 Comments :: :: Co-ordination and Leadership, Ensuring Quality, Assessing Effectiveness, European Union (EU), Expanding Access to Guidance, Portugal, ELGPN-European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, Career Management Skills
Rede Europeia para as Políticas de Orientação ao Longo da Vida (ELGPN)
2010
Índice
Prefácio…………………………………………………………………………..…….3
Agradecimentos ..……………………………………………………………………...5
1. Visão global ……………………………………………………………..….…6
2. Programa de Trabalho 2009-10 da ELGPN …………………………………...7
3. Competências de Gestão da Carreira (Grupo de Trabalho 1) ..……………….9
4. Alargamento do Acesso (Grupo de Trabalho 2) .…………………..………..11
5. Mecanismos de Cooperação e de Coordenação (Grupo de Trabalho 3) .……13
6. Assegurar a Qualidade (Grupo de Trabalho 4) ………………15
7. Monitorização da Política da UE (TaskGroup 1) ...………………….17
8. Projectos Financiados pela UE: Sinergias e Ligações com a Política (TaskGroup 2) ...................................................................................…………..19
9. Avaliação do trabalho da ELGPN …………………………………………..21
10. A Próxima Fase .
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Lifelong Guidance Policies: Work in Progress -Short Report
Published on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 @ 1:49 AM by Admin Account
12808 Views :: 26 Comments :: :: Co-ordination and Leadership, Ensuring Quality, Assessing Effectiveness, European Union (EU), Expanding Access to Guidance, ELGPN-European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, Career Management Skills
This is a shortened version of a report on the work of the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network from 2008-2010. It covers: career management skills, widening access to careers services, cooperation and coordination of stakeholders, quality assurance of services, and developing the evidence base for policies. The full report has already been placed/referenced on this web site.
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Lifelong Guidance Policies: Work in Progress. Dr R Vuorinen and Dr T Watts eds.
Published on Monday, August 29, 2011 @ 6:48 AM by Admin Account
11346 Views :: 24 Comments :: :: Co-ordination and Leadership, Ensuring Quality, Assessing Effectiveness, European Union (EU), Expanding Access to Guidance, ELGPN-European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, Career Management Skills
This is the full report of the work of the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) 2009-10 in a very readable format as presented by the representatives of the EU Member States, and edited by Dr Vuorinen and Dr Watts. It describes the structures and processes of the ELGPN  and reports on its work in implementing the priority action areas of the Resolution (2008) of the EU Council of Education Ministers: expanding access to services, teaching and learning career management skills, assuring the quality of careers services, developing the evidence base for policy making, and stakeholder cooperation and coordination at national, regional and local levels. Country examples of actions for each of these are provided. It outlines the EU policy context for the work of the Network, examines links between policy and EU funded guidance projects, and considers the development of a Common European Reference Tool for lifelong guidance.
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Lifelong Learning and Securing Career Paths: Proceedings of EU Presidency Conference Nov 2008
Published on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 @ 5:40 AM by Admin Account
15624 Views :: 28 Comments :: :: Career Development, Guidance for Unemployed Adults, Guidance for Employed Adults, Guidance for Older Adults, Guidance for Disadvantaged Groups, Co-ordination and Leadership, European Commission (EC), EU, Expanding Access to Guidance

This publication is a summary of the proceedings of a French Presidency of the EU conference supported by the European Commission's Directorates for Education and for Employment. The conference aimed to identify the challenges, to set out common findings, and to outline measures taken to make lifelong learning more effective. Lifelong learning was seen as at the heart of the flexicurity principle.

As you will see from the proceedings, most of the time was devoted to issues concerning initial and continuing vocational training: access by SMEs, by older, disabled, migrant, unskilled; employer or employee led;  partnerships, motivation; costs and benefits.

The importance of career guidance and counselling was underlined by Heléne Clark, director of the EC's DG for Education, and was also underlined in the French Secretary of State for Employment's discourse on training system reform.

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Careers Wales: a Review in an International Perspective
Published on Thursday, May 21, 2009 @ 1:36 PM by Admin Account
13824 Views :: 6 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Co-ordination and Leadership, Assessing Effectiveness, European Union (EU), United Kingdom

This review undertaken by Prof. Tony Watts for the Welsh Assembly Government, was part of a wider review of careers services in Wales, UK. Its aim was to review the work of Careers Wales in terms of strengths and challenges, including its links to other career guidance providers, in an international context, using benchmarks provided by the OECD Career Guidance Policy Review and drawing comparisons with other main all-age guidance providers in New Zealand, Northern Ireland and Scotland (with some reflections on comparisons with the adult careers services in England).

The report is structured as follows:

  • setting the direction (policy context, structure, resources, international context)
  • shaping the service (including access, coherence, targeting, and marketing)
  • improving performance (assuring quality)
  • working with other guidance providers
  • summary of strengths and challenges.

The development of lifelong guidance delivery systems and access to such by citizens is a high political priority in Europe. In most countries segmented and dis-associated career guidance services exist; and one approach to overcome such boundaries is to develop a networked and linked approach to the provision of an all-age service. This report is essential reading on one country's experience of a network linked approach, enhanced with comparisons to other all-age models in other countries.

 

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Career Guidance Policies: Global Dynamics, Local Resonances
Published on Thursday, May 21, 2009 @ 6:35 AM by Admin Account
16667 Views :: 5 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Developing Countries, Co-ordination and Leadership, Africa, Middle East, EU, Palestine: West Bank and Gaza Strip, Egypt

This Occasional Paper, prepared by Prof Ronald Sultana for iCeGS, UK, in 2008, assesses the dynamics of international policy learning (policy lending and policy borrowing), its possible motives, and key mechanisms by which transfers of learning take place. It raises questions regarding the value and limitations of deterritorialised policy exchange, noting that career guidance practice is firmly rooted in a particular complex of values and meanings that are entwined in the social and economic environment of each country and region.

The author draws on his work experiences in Malta, Palestine and Egypt, to illustrate the way transnational and globalised agendas are reconfigured and reinterpreted at the local level.

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International Labour Organisation: Human Resources Development Recommendation 195, of 2004
Published on Friday, May 15, 2009 @ 6:50 AM by Admin Account
17495 Views :: 9 Comments :: :: Career Development, Public Policy, Guidance for Unemployed Adults, Guidance for Employed Adults, Guidance for Older Adults, Guidance for Disadvantaged Groups, Co-ordination and Leadership, International Labour Organisation (ILO)

Recommendation 195 concerning human resource development - education, training and lifelong learning - has 11 chapters including:

  • development and implementation of education and training policies
  • education and pre-employment training
  • development of competencies
  • training for decent work and social inclusion
  • framework for the recognition and certification of skills
  • training roviders
  • career guidance and training support
  • research
  • international and technical cooperation.

Members agreed through social dialogue to formulate, apply and review national human resource development, education and training, and lifelong learning policies which are consistent with economic, fiscal and social policies. Career guidance is positioned as central to national HRD policies.

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