European Competence Standards for the Academic Training of Career Practitioners

NICE Handbook Volume 2
 
 
Verlag Barbara Budrich
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 15. August 2016
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  • 136 Seiten
 
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978-3-8474-0925-0 (ISBN)
 
The citizens of Europe are facing increasingly complex challenges to their career development nowadays. Over the span of their lifetime, they need to manage their careers, and make numerous decisions concerning education, training and employment - decisions, which seriously impact their futures and their wellbeing. To prepare citizens for these challenges, and to support them in the progress, competent career practitioners are needed. But what kinds of career practitioners are we talking about? And what do they need to be able to do? How can the quality of their training be assured? This handbook introduces common European competence standards for the academic training of career practitioners in Europe, together with some proposals and examples, of how to implement and establish such competence standards in practice. More than 200 experts from all across Europe have contributed to the development of these shared standards of the Network for innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe (NICE). The standards are already being used in many countries for the development of degree programmes.
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978-3-8474-0925-0 (9783847409250)
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Prof. Dr. Christiane Schiersmann, Heidelberg University, Germany Sif Einarsdóttir, PhD, University of Iceland, Iceland Johannes Katsarov, Coordinator of NICE Network, Germany Jukka Lerkkanen, PhD, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland Prof. Dr. Rachel Mulvey, Full Professor at University of East London, UK Jacques Pouyaud, PhD, University of Bordeaux, France Prof. Dr. Kestutis Pukelis, University Kaunas, Lithuania Dr. Peter Weber, Heidelberg University, Germany
  • Cover
  • European Competence Standards for the Academic Training of Career Practitioners
  • Content
  • Editorial
  • Memorandum on Academic Training and Research in Career Guidance and Counselling
  • 1 Introduction
  • 1.1 Purpose of the Handbook
  • 1.2 Structure
  • 2 Goals and Design of the European Competence Standards
  • 2.1 Background
  • 2.2 Goals
  • 2.3 Challenges
  • 2.4 Design of the Competence Standards
  • 3 Three Typesof Career Practitioners
  • 3.1 The NICE Professional Roles Revisited
  • 3.2 The NICE Types of Career Practitioners
  • 3.3 Task Profiles
  • 3.3.1 Task Profile of Career Advisors
  • 3.3.2 Task Profile of Career Professionals
  • 3.3.3 Task Profiles of Career Specialists
  • 4 EuropeanCompetence Standards
  • 4.1 Competence Definition
  • 4.2 Formulation of Competence Standards
  • 4.3 The European Competence Standards
  • 4.4 Using the ECS for Curriculum Development
  • 4.4.1 Examples
  • 4.4.2 Working with the NICE Curriculum Framework
  • 5 Recommended Qualification Levels
  • 5.1 Recommended Qualification Levels
  • 5.2 Elaboration of Recommended Qualification Levels
  • 5.2.1 Career Advisors
  • 5.2.2 Career Professionals
  • 6 Quality Assurance andEnhancement: Policy and Practice
  • 6.1 Policy Drivers
  • 6.2 How NICE supports Quality Assurance and Enhancement
  • 7 Peer Learning for the Quality Enhancement of Degree Programmes
  • 7.1 Peer Learning in the Context of Academic Training
  • 7.1.1 Peer Learning as a Method for Quality Enhancement
  • 7.1.2 Five Principles for Quality Enhancement through Peer Learning
  • 7.2 Peer Learning in Practice: Three Case Studies
  • 7.2.1 Moderation of Peer Learning Activities
  • 7.2.2 Description of Three Peer-Learning Activities
  • 7.3 Guidelines for Peer Learning
  • 7.4 Opportunities and Challenges of Peer Learning
  • Acknowledgements
  • Appendix
  • Appendix 1: The Bergen Communiqué (Bergen 2005)
  • Appendix 2: Resources to Support Quality Assurance
  • References
  • The NICE Glossary

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