Should career development be a chartered profession?

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iCeGS are working with the Career Development Institute to undertake research on whether the career development profession should be a chartered profession. Ideally such a move would improve the status and authority of the profession and provide clients with greater quality assurance. But, any attempt to move to chartered status also raises all sorts of interesting questions about what this would achieve, how it could be done, who would pay and who would care.

If you are at all interested in this, then it is time for you to have your say.

Should career development be a chartered profession?

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  1. […] greater quality assurance. But, any attempt to move to chartered status also raises all sorts of interesting questions about what this would achieve, how it could be done, who would pay and who would care.greater quality assurance. But, any attempt to move to chartered status also raises all sorts of interesting questions about what this would achieve, how it could be done, who would pay and who would care.Read More […]

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