Bildungs- und Berufsberatung sind aufgrund eines dynamischen Arbeitsmarktes über die gesamte Lebensspanne hinweg von Bedeutung. Daher wurde eine Strategie für lebensbegleitende Beratung (Lifelong Guidance) entwickelt.
Euroguidance-Fachtagung: Lifelong Guidance in einem dynamischen Arbeitsmarkt am 8. November 2018
Das Ziel des Projektes von Prof. Marc Schreiber ist die Implementierung und Verankerung verschiedener Instrumente, die im Zusammenhang mit dem Career Construction Ansatz entwickelt wurden. Die Instrumente sollen auf den deutschsprachigen Raum adaptiert und der Berufs-, Studien- und Laufbahnberatung zugänglich gemacht werden.
Neuere Ansätze in der Berufs-, Studien-, und Laufbahnberatung im englischsprachigen Raum, die mit dem Begriff Career Construction zusammengefasst werden können, berücksichtigen sowohl die konstruktivistischen Lern- und Erlebensprozesse einer Person als auch die systemischen Einflussfaktoren.
Lifelong Guidance Policies: Work in progress - A Report on the Work of the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network 2008 - 2010
Zur Umsetzung von Laufbahngestaltungskompetenzen (Career Management Skills)
The paper has been written by Dorianne Gravina (Directorate for Educational Services, Malta) and Miha Lovšin (Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Slovenia). Concept Note 3 (2012)
Im CareersNet von Cedefop, einem europäischen Netzwerk zur Bildungs- und Berufsberatung, wurde ein Kurzbericht zu den Auswirkungen der Coronakrise auf die Bildungs- und Berufsberatung in verschiedenen europäischen Ländern erstellt und veröffentlicht. Der Bericht fasst eine erste Bestandsaufnahme mehrerer nationaler CareersNet Expertinnen und Experten vom April 2020 zusammen, wie die Bildungs- und Berufsberatung auf die Herausforderungen der Coronakrise reagiert.
Das Themendossier des ÖSB bietet eine breite Übersicht zu Lifelong Guidance in Österreich. Das aufgegriffene Themenspektrum reicht hierbei von grundsätzlichen Fragen zum Gegenstand - WAS wird von WEM, WIE, mit WELCHEM Ziel und WARUM in Österreich angeboten - über Fragen der politischen Steuerung bis zur Verankerung von LLG in der EU-Politik.
"Guidance Matters – Mit Guidance Herausforderungen eines turbulenten Arbeitsmarktes meistern" unter diesem Schwerpunkt stand die Euroguidance Fachtagung 2020, die heuer online stattgefunden hat. Hier stehen folgende Beiträge zum Nachlesen zur Verfügung:
- Tristram Hooley: A global pandemic and its aftermath: The way forward for career guidance
- Koen Nomden: The European Skills Agenda and the new Europass: tools for lifelong learning in a rapidly changing labour market
- Carin Dániel Ramírez-Schiller and Alexandra Enzi: Der Europass in Österreich – Entwicklungen und Ausblick
- Milica Tomić-Schwingenschlögl: Angebote der Anlaufstellen für Personen mit im Ausland erworbenen Qualifikationen –Anerkennungsberatung und bisherige Erfahrungen
- Wolfgang Bliem: „Careers Around me“ – Career Management Skills als Schlüssel für Lifelong Guidance in einer volatilen Lebens- und Arbeitswelt
- Jannie Meedom Nielsen: eVejledning: eGuidance in Denmark How to leverage experience in a new online age
- Albert Kampermann and Daniel Kooistra: Joint approaches of career management Grounded pilots and seated waitresses: The need for Career Roundabouts
Euroguidance Network bietet alle Ausgaben des Magazins "Insight".
Parents, or adults who play a preponderant educational role in the lives of children and young people, are ‘special people’. When it comes to thinking about the future and making decisions, children, even if they do not show it, are very attentive to support and opinion of the parents, hoping that they listen to their dreams and ideas, giving great importance to their reactions. Given the influential role of parents in building their children's life projects, the purpose of this brochure is to provide some suggestions for more consistent and intentional action in their support in this area.
Teachers can, at different times in the educational process, play a complementary role to that of other educational agents (e.g. psychologists and parents) in promoting career development. In this sense, it is important to know how to support students in building a career project. However, that on its own is not enough. It is necessary to articulate their practice with other educational agents, in order to contribute to comprehensive interventions and avoid isolated actions, with little consistency and, therefore, less effective in responding to students' needs.
This report is the result of the collective efforts of the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN). It reflects contributions from all of those participating in the Network 2007-15.
Das Europäische Netzwerk für eine Politik lebensbegleitender Beratung (The European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network) fördert die Kooperation der Mitgliedstaaten der Europäischen Union, der Nachbarstaaten, die Zugang zum europäischen Programm "Lebenslanges Lernen" haben und der Europäische Kommission im Bereich lebensbegleitende Beratung (LLG) sowohl im Bildungs- als auch im Beschäftigungssektor. Seit dem Jahr 2007 wirkt Österreich im Rahmen des European Lifelong Guidance Policy Networks bei der Erarbeitung von Konzepten und Handlungsempfehlungen mit. Auf der Webseite des Europäischen Netzwerks für eine Politik lebensbegleitender Beratung findet man eine Datenbank, Newsletters, Wörterbuch, Veranstaltungen, Webinars, Publikationen und weiterführende interessante Links.
European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) Concept Notes explore and debate current issues and are meant to serve as catalysts for lifelong guidance policy development.
ELGPN Concept Note No. 1 - Flexicurity
FLEXICURITY seeks to reconcile flexibility for employers with security for individuals. This concept note, commissioned by ELGPN, outlines the concept, examines why it is increasingly attractive to policy-makers across Europe, and explores some of the issues and debates related to the concept. It also analyses in detail the policy implications of flexicurity for lifelong guidance. The concept note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its author and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries. The author, Ronald G. Sultana, is Professor of Education at the University of Malta.
ELGPN Concept Note No. 2 - Youth unemployment
YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT is a growing problem across Europe, with significant implications for individuals, communities, economies and societies. This concept note analyses the current trends facing young people and policy-makers, and the policies and good/interesting practices emerging in different EU Member States in response to youth unemployment. It then explores what more can be done, drawing on lifelong guidance policies and practices. In particular, it examines how policies for responsive lifelong guidance services can contribute to new and emerging government delivery plans within and across Member States. Finally, it identifies key questions to inform Member States’ education, training, employment and social inclusion policies. The concept note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries. The authors are Dr Deirdre Hughes, OBE (United Kingdom) and Dr Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze (Hungary).
ELGPN Concept Note No. 3 - Career Management Skills. Factors in implementing policy successfully
This concept note aims to identify elements that support policy development and implementation in relation to CMS, as well as those that can prove to be an obstacle to policy implementation. The issues highlighted are supported by theory and experiences observed in a number of ELGPN member countries. The concept note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries. The authors are Dorianne Gravina (Malta) and Miha Lovšin (Slovenia)
ELGPN Concept Note No. 4 - Youth Guarantee and Lifelong Guidance
THE YOUTH GUARANTEE INITIATIVE is a European policy measure designed to support all young people into sustainable employment. It is a guarantee that all young people under the age of 25 who lose their job, or do not find work after leaving school, receive a good-quality offer of employment, continued education, an apprenticeship or a traineeship within 4 months. The Guarantee should be enacted at European level from 2014. Some countries already meet the Youth Guarantee and have built lifelong guidance into their policy measures. This concept note provides the rationale for building career guidance support within each country’s policy measures and describes how some countries are already doing this. The concept note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries. The authors are Dr Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze (Hungary) and Jo Hutchinson (United Kingdom).
ELGPN Concept Note No. 5 - Work-based Learning and Lifelong Guidance Policies
Work-based Learning an Lifelong Guidance Policies is the ELGPN Concept Note No. 5. This Concept Note discusses the relationship between lifelong guidance and work-based learning and argues that lifelong guidance can support individuals in transition from work-based learning to sustainable employment. This Concept Note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries.The authors are Dr Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze (Hungary) and Jo Hutchinson (United Kingdom).
ELGPN Concept Note No. 6 - Early School Leaving and Lifelong Guidance
The Concept Note discusses the role of guidance in prevention, intervention and compensation actions related to ESL. This Concept Note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries. The authors are Ms Annemarie Oomen (The Netherlands) and Prof Peter Plant (Denmark).
European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) Tools are designed to help policy-makers and other stakeholders to review existing lifelong guidance provision within their country or region, and to identify issues requiring attention and gaps that need to be filled, drawing from practices in other European countries.
ELGPN Tools No. 1. Lifelong Guidance Policy Development: A European Resource Kit
THIS EUROPEAN RESOURCE KIT is designed to help policy-makers and other stakeholders to review existing lifelong guidance provision within their country or region, and to identify issues requiring attention and gaps that need to be filled, drawing from practices in other European countries. Lifelong guidance covers all activities designed to help individuals, at any point in their lives, to make educational, training and occupational choices and to manage their careers.
ELGPN Tools No. 4: Designing and Implementing Policies Related to Career Management Skills (CMS)
CAREER MANAGEMENT SKILLS (CMS) enable citizens to manage their individual life paths in education, training and work across the lifespan. This ELGPN Tool is addressed to policy-makers who wish to develop a comprehensive national guidance policy with the focus on the acquisition of CMS. This tool
is intended to support policy-makers in considering key questions in CMS-related policies by sharing insights, good practices and conclusions across the ELGPN member-countries.
ELGPN Tools No. 6: Guidelines for Policies and Systems Development for Lifelong Guidance
THE AIM OF THESE GUIDELINES is to provide advice and reference points for lifelong guidance policies and systems across the education, training, employment and social fields in order to improve the career learning experience of EU citizens and strengthen the professionalism of career services and tools. The Guidelines also aim to demonstrate how coherent guidance policies and systems contribute to achieving education, employment, youth and social policy goals. The Guidelines can be used by policy-makers and developers, social partners, civil society, career guidance services and professional leaders, guidance practitioners, and trainers of guidance practitioners.
Die Zeitschrift "Guidance Matters" des National Centre for Guidance in Education (Winter 2020 / Issue 5) widmet sich dem Thema "Green Guidance".
Career guidance2 describes the services which help people of any age to manage their careers and to make the educational, training and occupational choices that are meaningful for them. It helps people to reflect on their ambitions, interests, qualifications, skills and talents – and to relate this knowledge about who they are to who they might become in life and work. Individuals, families and communities differ in the extent to which they are able to visualise and plan their future. It is an important role of career guidance to address such differences and inequalities.This booklet was produced by members of the group with the kind support of several guidance experts from Cedefop’s CareersNet and the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP)
EPALE - E-Plattform für Erwachsenenbildung in Europa bietet einen Beitrag von Dr. Gerhard Krötzl vom 5. April 2018 mit dem Titel "Lifelong Guidance in der digitalen Gesellschaft"
Hier findet man einen Beitrag (englischsprachig) von Peter Plant von der University of South-East Norway, NO zum Thema Green Guidance.
Lifelong guidance aims to provide career development support for individuals of all ages, at all career stages. It includes careers information, advice, counselling, assessment of skills and mentoring. Cedefop’s lifelong guidance project develops research and knowledge exchange for the improvement of guidance and counselling across the European Union. Cedefop cooperates with the European Commission and the Member States via the European lifelong guidance policy network (ELGPN).