ETF published 2 volumes under this title in Autumn 2020. In Volume 1, the authors, from their perspectives, identify and describe 4 mega-trends in career guidance: the use of ICT for career guidance delivery; career learning-the teaching and acquisition of career management skills; inter-ministerial coordination and cooperation in policy and ...
April 23, 2021John McCarthy
ICCDPP Policy Points March 2015 FIN Welcome to the March 2015 issue of Policy Points. In this issue: FEATURE: International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy, USA, 2015 World Region Reports: Africa, America (South), Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East International Career Guidance Policy Network International Training in Career Guidance and Public Policy International Organisation News ICCDPP News: ...
April 3, 2015John McCarthy
This recent publication by Careers New Zealand provides a set of quality benchmarks for career development programmes and services in tertiary/post-secondary further and higher education and training in New Zealand. It outlines a clear and consistent framework to enable tertiary organisations and external bodies to review the effectiveness of their ...
December 14, 2012Tibor Kovacs
These benchmarks developed by Careers NZ through an iterative process are designed to help schools to evaluate their success in implementing careers education programmes and to improve their quality. They are presented as a self-review tool and consist of four sections: Student learning outcomes: career management skills, the competencies that students should ...
May 12, 2012Tibor Kovacs
This Communique is an output of the Pacific Careers Network (PCN) which was established at the International Symposium for Career Development and Public Policy held in Wellington, New Zealand, in November 2009. It outlines the background and aims of the Symposium, a vision for PCN and definition of career, how the network will ...
December 30, 2009Tibor Kovacs
This is the direction setting document that emerged from the Fifth International Symposium for Career Development and Public Policy that was hosted by Career Services in Wellington, New Zealand from 14 to 17 November 2009. The themes for the Symposium were: Transformational technology Prove it works Role of the citizen Culture counts The document sets out ...
December 2, 2009Tibor Kovacs
This report provides information and early findings on a telephone guidance pilot project in New Zealand that targeted young people aged 12 to 29 years of age. It forms part of a larger project testing new ways of making careers information and guidance available to this age group. The findings ...
This is a good example of a one page briefing paper giving highlights of the evaluation study of a career guidance telephone service pilot project of Careers Service New Zealand Read more
This is the full external evaluation report of the career guidance telephone pilot evaluation tested by New Zealand Careers Service with young people aged 12 to 29 years of age. It identifies the advantages for the user and the challenges for an experienced guidance practitioner. Read more
This research was undertaken in 2006/7 by the New Zealand Council for Educational Research on behalf of the Ministry of Education. The overall aim of this research is to contribute insight that will guide and support decisions about the direction, focus, and resourcing of careers education in New Zealand schools. ...
May 6, 2008Tibor Kovacs
This is the first major report from the Pathways and Prospects research study about pathway and career-related experiences and perspectives of young people after leaving school. Undertaken by the New Zealand Council for Educational Research, it investigates how young people make decisions about their careers and working life, including any ...
May 6, 2008Tibor Kovacs
In the evaluator's opinion, New Zealand Careers Services represents the most fully integrated example in the world of an all-age career guidance delivery structure. The report (2007) describes the key features of the service and sets down five challenges to be addressed: public awareness/market penetration the guidance needs of adults relationships with other guidance ...
September 17, 2007Tibor Kovacs
This report presents the results of the third and final stage of research commissioned by the New Zealand Department of Labour (DoL) to identify: the reasons for the non-participation in paid employment of those aged 45 years and over; the potential role of career information, advice and guidance (CIAG) in assisting that ...
March 30, 2007Tibor Kovacs