Developing new career guidance and counseling services is a challenging task. Join us to hear some experiences from practice and find out more about developing career guidance and counselling services through Erasmus+ projects.
On 13th November during a 1.5h long webinar, there will be an opportunity to hear the experience from various projects and following experts:
- Nevena Rakovska from Bulgaria (Career Skills Project (The Career Skills aims at creating a European one-stop-shop platform for citizens, career guidance providers and experts in the area of career skills development, FORWARD – FUTURE Project – FUTURE aims at transforming career guidance of generation Z through an innovative, games-based scenario approach and to prepare the next generation for the jobs of the future),
- Helena Kostalova from the Czech Republic (EKS organization),
- Tomáš Šprlák from Slovakia (Quality implementation in career guidance– Europe-wide project which resulted in the development of quality standard and certification process for career guidance practitioners),
- Vincent Verrydt from Belgium (Your career is waiting – get ready!– tackling youth unemployment).
They will present an overview of their projects, how they developed project ideas and established cooperation with various European partners, as well as answer questions from the audience in order to help other career guidance practitioners to get inspired to start their project ideas.
Reserve your place for the webinar: “Developing Career Guidance and Counselling services through Erasmus+ projects- experiences from practices”, that will be on 13th November at noon, 12pm (CET) by registering on this link till 12th November, 12pm (CET) the latest. Participation in webinars is free of charge but the number of participants at the webinar is limited, so it is advised to register as soon as possible.
This webinar is organized by Euroguidance network in the scope of the activities of the Competence Development Task Group on the initiative of the Euroguidance centers from Bulgaria, Belgium (Flanders community), Slovakia, and the Czech Republic and with technical support by Euroguidance Serbia.