Career education and guidance – the changing landscape

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I’m speaking today at the Festival of Higher Education, University of Buckingham. I plan to talk about the rationale for career education, the evidence that supports it and to say a little about where we are in the current policy and practice environment.

This is what I thought that I’d cover.

Career education and guidance – the changing landscape

Moving beyond ‘what works’: Using the evidence base in lifelong guidance to inform policy making

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I have recently published an article called ‘Moving beyond ‘what works’: Using the evidence base in lifelong guidance to inform policy making‘.

It is published in a German collection on the evidence base in lifelong guidance. You can buy the book for 35 euro. So hurry and get yourself a copy before Brexit closes the borders for ever!

I’ve also posted a version on the University of Derby archive, but the actual PDF is embargoed until 2019 so you’ll have to buy the book if you want it quickly.

The evidence base on lifelong guidance (Presentation in Berlin)

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Tomorrow I am giving a presentation to the National Guidance Forum (nfb) and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Berlin.

I will be presenting on the ELGPN Evidence Base on Lifelong Guidance paper (which will soon be available in German).

This is what I thought I’d do as a presentation.

The evidence base on lifelong guidance

Standing on the shoulders of giants #cdaa15

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I’m now in Perth getting ready for the CDAA Conference 2015. Tomorrow I’m giving a pre-conference workshop which is designed to help practitioners think about how they can use the evidence base to inform their practice. I’m also going to be trying to push them to engage in more evidence building as well.

This is what I thought that I’d do.

Standing on the shoulders of giants: How the evidence base in career development can inform your practice