Network for Innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe

Founders

Map of the Founders of NICE

The NICE Foundation currently represents 47 founders from 23 European countries, including

  • 11 higher education institutions, which offer academic training for career practitioners,
  • 5 organisations, which promote academic training and the professionalization of career guidance and counselling in Europe, and
  • 31 individuals, who are dedicated to academic training in career guidance and counselling as teachers, trainers, career specialists, researchers etc. (and some of whom are active in several countries)







Higher Education Founders



Danube University Krems (Austria), Department for Continuing Education Research and Educational Management

Represented by Dr. Ulrike Kastler, Head of Centre (principal contact)
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Monika Petermandl, Programme Director
Prof. Monika Kil, Martina Feher


Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
Teacher Education College

Represented by Dr. Seija Koskela, Senior Lecturer (Mrs), Principal Contact
Jari Kalavainen (Mr) Head of Department, Teacher Education College
Hannele Torvinen (Mrs) R&D Manager, Teacher Education College
Anne Leppänen (Mrs) Senior Lecturer, Teacher Education College


Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers (Paris, France)
Inetop-Equipe Nationale Pédagogique “Travail”

Represented by Prof Dr Valérie Cohen-Scali and Prof Dr Jean-Luc Bernaud


University of Bordeaux (France), College of Human Sciences / Faculty of Psychology

Represented by Dr Jacques Pouyaud, Senior Lecturer in Psychology


University of Limerick (Ireland), School of Education

Represented by Dr. Lucy Hearne


Dublin City University (Ireland), Institute of Education

Represented by Assist. Prof. Paul King and Assist. Prof. Aisling Fleming - staff members of the MSc. / Grad Dip Guidance Counselling programmes


Institute of Education and Home Economics (IEHE) of the Faculty of Engineering of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies (LLU)

Represented by Baiba Briede, Director of IEHE (principal contact), Inita Soika, Director of the professional Master’s programme “Career Counsellor”, Jānis Pāvulēns, Lecturer, Vija Dišlere Assoc. professor, Irēna Katane, Assoc. professor, and Regīna Baltušīte, Assoc. Professor


Saxion University of Applied Science and Technology, Academie Mens en Arbeid Department  (Deventer, the Netherlands)

Represented by Jan Woldendorp and Dr. Guido Bruinsma


Inland Norway University of Applied Science, Faculty of Education and Social Work

Represented by Erik Hagaseth Haug, Associate Professor, Acting head of Guidance Research and Training team; Ingrid Bårdsdatter Bakke, PhD candidate; Mårten Kae Paulsen, Associate Professor; Inger Marie Bakke, Associate Professor; Torild Schulstok, Assistant Professor; Tristram Hooley, Visiting Professor


University of Lausanne (Switzerland), Research Center in Vocational Psychology and Career Counseling (CePCO) at the Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences

Represented by Prof. Dr. Jonas Masdonati, Associate professor, Institute of Psychology, University of Lausanne (Principal Contact);
Prof. Dr. Jérôme Rossier, Full Professor
Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre Dauwalder, Professor emeritus
Dr. Koorosh Massoudi, Lecturer
Eva Clot-Siegrist, Lecturer
Sylvie Franz, Lecturer
Federico Durante, Lecturer


International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) at the University of Derby (UK)

Represented by Nicki Moore, Senior Lecturer in Career Development and Programme Leader for the MA in Careers Education and Coaching. Lead for Continuing Professional Development for iCeGS
Dr Siobhan Neary, Head of iCeGS
Tom Staunton, Lecturer in Career Development


Organisational Founders

 


Nationales Forum Beratung in Bildung, Beruf und Beschäftigung e.V. (nfb), Germany

Barbara Lampe, President
Karen Schober, Advisor
Bernd-Joachim Ertelt, Advisor


European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counseling (ESVDC)

Represented by Hazel Reid (ESVDC Ambassador to the NICE Foundation)
Laura Nota (ESVDC President)


Applied Vocational Psychology and Policy Research Unit (AVOPP), Luxembourg

Represented by Jean-Jacques Ruppert, Head


Association for Career Guidance and Career Development (Slovakia)

Represented by Tomas Sprlak, Chairman
Lenka Martinkovicová, responsible for academic training
Stefan Grajcar, Vice-Chair


Career Development Institute (United Kingdom)

Represented by Claire Johnson, Professional Development Manager

Individual Founders



Ani Hovsepyan (Armenia)

Career Center Specialist, Lecturer at the Chair of Education, Management and Planning, Doctoral Researcher

Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences


Erik Zeltner (Austria)


Prof Dr Srećko Goić (Croatia)

University of Split, Faculty of Economics, Department of Management


Iva Černja (Croatia)

University of Zagreb, Department of Croatian Studies, Division of Psychology


Prof Dr Lenka Hloušková (Czech Republic)

Masaryk University
Faculty of Arts
Department of Educational Sciences


Dr. Filomena Parada (Finland)

University of Helsinki


Marie-Line Robinet (France)

Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers, Paris


Dr. Rebeca García-Murias (Germany and Spain)

Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (HdBA) University of Applied Labour Studies


Dr. István Kiss (Germany and Hungary)

Career Counsellor / Specialist, Lecturer at Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (HdBA) University of Applied Labour Studies


Prof. Dr. Peter Weber (Germany)

Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (HdBA) University of Applied Labour Studies


Prof. Dr. Christiane Schiersmann (Germany)

Heidelberg University,
Institute of Educational Science


Nikos Drosos, PhD (Greece and Cyprus)

Career Counsellor at CareeRevolution and PEPSAEE
Lecturer at University of Athens and European University Cyprus


Prof Patrizia Patrizi (Italy)

Full Professor of social psychology, responsible for psychological counselling service of University of Sassari

University of Sassari, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


Prof Dr Laura Nota (Italy)

University of Padova
Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy and Applied Psychology


Prof Dr Lea Ferrari (Italy), Associate Professor

University of Padova
Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy and Applied Psychology


Prof Dr Teresa Maria Sgaramella (Italy)

University of Padova
Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy and Applied Psychology


Prof Dr Paola Magnano (Italy)

Kore University Enna


Prof Dr Roberta Piazza (Italy)

University of Catania
Department of Educational Sciences


Prof. Habil. Dr. Kestutis Pukelis (Lithuania)

Quality of Studies and Career Research Group at Vytautas Magnus University


Prof. dr. Annelies E.M. van Vianen (The Netherlands)

University of Amsterdam, Department of Work and Organizational Psychology


Prof Dr Dr Czeslaw Noworol (Poland)

Jagiellonian University Kraków


Prof Dr Joanna Minta (Poland)

Adjunct, Vice-Dean of Education, Career Counsellor in Academic Career Office

University of Lower Silesia, Faculty of Education


Agnieszka Zembrzuska, PhD (Poland)

University of Lower Silesia, Faculty of Education


Daria Zielińska-Pękał (Poland)

University of Zielona Gora


María Cristina Ceinos Sanz (Spain)

Profesora del Departamento de Pedagogía y Didáctica

University of Santiago de Compostela, Faculty of Sciences Education


Miguel Ángel Nogueira-Pérez, Professor (Spain)

University of Santiago de Compostela, Faculty of Sciences Education


Prof Elena Fernández Rey (Spain)

University of Santiago de Compostela, Faculty of Sciences Education


Johannes Katsarov (Switzerland)

Research Associate and PhD Candidate at the Center for Ethics, University of Zurich


Dr Anne Chant (United Kingdom)

Canterbury Christ Church University
Centre for Career and Personal Development


Professor em. Dr Hazel Reid (United Kingdom)

Faculty of Education
Canterbury Christ Church University