INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON POLICIES, SYSTEMS, AND PRACTICES FOR CAREER GUIDANCE
UNESCO, ILO, OECD, EUROPEAN COMMISSION, CEDEFOP, AND ETF have combined with ICCDPP to carry out an international survey of the effects of COVID-19 on the provision of career guidance. The pandemic is already having (and will continue to have over the next five years) significant impact on the transitions of young people and adults: within the education and training systems, between these and the labour market, within the labour market, between unemployment, underemployment, and employment. Career guidance is a key transition support measure and instrument.
The questionnaire is aimed at career guidance policy makers/developers, social partners, managers of national, regional, local, and institutional guidance services, NGOs, and leaders of professional associations for career guidance. Practitioners may also complete the survey.
Please forward the link to other relevant contacts whom you think can respond to the questions. The survey links will be open until 30 June 2020.
The results of the survey can be used to inform future policies and programmes related to career guidance in your country and those of international organisations.
The questionnaire is available in the following links:
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