Draft for European Competence Standards
Our current draft for European Competence Standards can be found on pages 14-34 in following publication, which you can open by clicking on the image.
Feedback will be collected and summarized by Johannes Katsarov (email@example.com), coordinator of the NICE network, and will be considered in the revision and publication of the first edition of the competence standards by the responsible team of researchers in 2015.
European Summit on Developing the Career Workforce of the Future
On September 3rd & 4th 2014 the European academic network NICE is holding a large event at Canterbury Christ Church University in England. Key figures from all partner countries will discuss central issues around the education and training of people in the practice of career guidance and counselling.
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Supporting Mobility through Guidance
Student mobility has been actively promoted in the European Union and in many other parts of the world. This article by Sauli Puukari from the University of Jyväskylä concentrates on how to support successful mobility experiences in higher education through targeted guidance and counselling services.
NICE publishes Handbook for Academic Training of Career Guidance and Counselling Professionals
The “NICE Handbook” offers scientifically based arguments for training career professionals in higher education institutions, a vision of which core competences career professionals will need in the future, and a framework for designing and developing degree programmes in career guidance and counselling.
The NICE Handbook exists in two different versions, which can be downloaded here or ordered (in print) from johannes_katsarov[at]hotmail.de. The short version aims at reaching a broader audience and primarily comprises central concepts (e.g. the NICE Core Competences). The full version of the NICE Handbook additionally comprises research which was undertaken in the network on the current structures, contents and approaches in the higher education of career professionals in Europe, as well as a chapter on innovative themes for academic training.