Call for National Experts in Lifelong Guidance and Careers Education
Cedefop, April 4, 2017
Cedefop is looking for national experts based across Europe to cooperate for the development of national lifelong guidance and careers education systems.
An expert is needed in each of the 27 EU Member States, as well as in Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey.
Applications and supporting documents (CV and other documents demonstrating the suitability) should be sent by 28 April 2017 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find all related information and documentation at : http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/en/news-and-press/news/call-national-experts-lifelong-guidance-and-careers-education
We would like to kindly ask you to disseminate this information to all those who might be interested.
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The European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop), an agency of the European Union based in Thessaloniki, Greece, supports European policy-making in the field of vocational education and training. www.cedefop.europa.eu
The next edition of the NICE Newsletter has just been published. This issue includes: News from across Europe, the announcement of the International Conference in Padua from October 5-7, 2017, the participants’ report and evaluation of the ECADOC Summer School in Lausanne 2016, an article on the quality assurance and enhancement concept of the ECADOC summer schools, and the announcement of the ECADOC Summer School in Mannheim from September 4-9, 2017. We invite you to download this newsletter from http://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/nice
The NICE Conference planned for September 2017 in Krakow has been postponed to 2018. Instead, NICE will co-organise a large International Conference in Padova, Italy, from October 5-7, 2017. Further information will follow soon.
The second volume of the NICE Handbook ‘European Competence Standards for the Academic Training of Career Practitioners’ has just been published by Barbara Budrich International. The handbook features the European Competence Standards, which the Network for Innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe (NICE) has developed from 2012 to 2015, as well as recommendations for quality assurance and peer learning in the development of degree programmes for career practitioners.
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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
as you probably noticed in the last weeks we still had many difficulties with our new website. It was many times down, not accessible or the appearance of the site looked very strange.
I apologise for the inconvenience caused by all the technical problems, but it was really tough to migrate from the test domain on that the new site was created to our official domain – www.nice-network.eu.
Without a help from a friend and IT specialist Simas Juodelis from Lithuania I probably haven’t managed it.
Now I am happy to announce that the main technical problems have been fixed and I will be able to migrate step by step all the content from our old website and from other sources as well as to add some new functions.
Don’t forget to visit this new virtual home of NICE regularly and you will find from day to day more useful information.
With warmest wishes from Heidelberg
New NICE Website
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
we are happy to announce that today the new NICE website has been successfully launched.
Our site address (domain) remains the same: www.nice-network.eu as in the past. We would be happy if you could advertise the NICE Website through the homepages of your degree programmes and share the link in other suitable ways.
We have now a new and more user-friendly design. It is customized for different devices – PCs, tablets and smartphones. The development of the site is now also in our hands – that means that we are no longer dependent on external service providers and can react more quickly and make necessary changes.
For your work with the new NICE Website, we wish you a good start!
If you notice any problem or find an information that is no longer up to date, please contact us! For this purpose please use the comment function or our contact form.
With warmest regards,
on behalf of the Network Dissemination Team and the Network Coordinators
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.
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.