Supporting Transitions - the role of career guidance
This seminar will focus on career guidance and counselling (CGC) activities designed to support students' transitions from one level of education to another and from education to labour market.
Career transitions have certain similarities at different levels of education. These common elements, as well as specificities related to each level, will be explored in expert presentations and interactive workshops. Participants will have the opportunity to acquire knowledge of some key concepts in the field.
CGC practitioners from different educational institutions will gather to discuss different approaches, common challenges and ways to support students through cross-sectoral and international cooperation.
- Achieving a better understanding of the students' and learners' needs in transitions
- Gaining new ideas for activities, tools and projects to support students and learners in transitions
- Networking, building partnerships and exchange of ideas and best practices between participants
- Raising awareness of the importance of the cross-sectoral cooperation in the field of CGC in order to ensure continuous opportunities and support to students and learners on each educational level and pathway
Participants from abroad: During the event, the organizer covers the costs of accommodation for 2 nights (September 14 and 15) and meals, refreshments and cultural programme.
Participants from Serbia: Foundation Tempus refunds 95% of travel costs on and accommodation for 1 night (September 15) for participants who do not live in Belgrade. During the event, the costs of meals and refreshments are covered.
Partners and participants
CGC practitioners active in SE, VET, AE and HE institutions, teachers, school psychologists, pedagogues, career counsellors and other professional associates. It is preferable that participants have experience in CGC and basic knowledge of the field. Active participation in English is expected from participants.
Pending co-organising partner application(s)
Pending booked places
Accepted co-organising partner(s)