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Author/s:  D. Stuart Conger
Publisher/s:  UNESCO Paris
Published:  1994

Studies #01 Policies and Guidelines for Educational and Vocational Guidance

English | 中文

The study is a resource document for use in planning vocational guidance programme in technical and vocational education. It provides examples for the goals and essential elements of a policy on guidance; descriptions of major component of a guidance programme including curriculum-based career guidance, individual career planning, counselling service replying to students' needs, etc. It outlinesthe responsibilites for guidance on the part of educational administrators, counsellors, and teachers. Career development competencies recommended for students and for adults in terms of self-knowledge, educational and occupational exploration, and career planning are illustrated in detail. The study also briefly describes the development of career portfolios by students, guidance in work experience programmes, job search training, peer counselling. The “marketing” of guidance, a statement of ethical principles, guidelines for counselling girls and women and the training of counsellors are included as well.

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