Tuesday, 27th June - Rome
On June 27, at the ANPAL Conference Room in Rome, will be held the LE.A.DE.R project International Conference entitled Career Management SKILLS: The European Challenge for Life-long Guidance.
This Conference represents the final event of the LE.A.DE.R. project, promoted by Camerino University and Pluriversum and all the partners from Spain, Romania, Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
To join to this event, you must register using this form (available in Italian and English).
Martedì 27 Giugno 2017, Roma
Il 27 Giugno, presso la sala delle conferenze di ANPAL a Roma, si terrà la conferenza internazionale per il progetto LE.A.DE.R, intitolata Career Management Skills: La sfida Europea per l'orientamento lungo l'arco della vita.
Questa conferenza rappresenta l'evento finale del progetto LE.A.DE.R, promosso dall'Università di Camerino, Pluriversum e i partner provenienti da Spagna, Romania, Grecia, Turchia e Regno Unito.
Per partecipare all'evento, è necessario registrarsi utilizzando questo form (disponibile in Italiano e in Inglese ).
Finally also in Italy you can obtain a Master degree in Guidance and New Technologies: it has been created by University of Camerino, active in this innovative area for years, developing platforms, models and services to help students to choose a professional career and their course of studies.
On Thursday 17th November, CASCAID, iCeGS at the University of Derby, Pluriversum, Educaweb together with the ELGPN presented the LEarning And Decision making Resources (LEADER) project to participants of the International Association of Educational and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) conference in Madrid.
The LEADER project involves a number of partners who are working together to develop and test a career management skills (CMS) framework across partner countries including; Italy, Greece, Romania, Turkey, Spain and the United Kingdom.
It's online the Evaluation questionnaire for Pilot Actions.!
If you have partecipated to LE.A.DE.R project pilot actions about the dissemination of a reference framework on the CAREER MANAGEMENT SKILLS (CMS), you can fill out this questionnaire. Thanks to your feedback about the model and the territorial actions, it will be possible to identify activities, routes and tools consistent with the framework.
The LEarning And Decision making Resources (LEADER) project aims at defining and share a "sustenable" framework on "career management skills" (CMS) and at developing training resources for career guidance practitioners. CMS is the term used to describe the skills, attributes, attitudes and knowledge that individuals require in order to manage their career. CMS define a set of learning outcomes that will support individuals to develop their careers throughout life. In a learning paradigm the development of CMS becomes one of the key objectives of lifelong guidance.
The project consortium has prepared the first project report: "Understanding Career Management Skills". The document presents an analysis of the data collected as part of the first phase of the project and explores the concept of career management skills (CMS) from the perspectives of the partner countries: Italy; Spain; Romania; Greece; Turkey; and the UK. Data were collected using surveys and focus groups representing practitioners working in career related roles in the partner countries. Construction of the research tools was underpinned by a literature review to identify current thinking in relation to CMS. Responses to the survey were received from 222 respondents from six partner countries and over 85 individuals contributed to focus groups. The report is now available freely on line here and it will be presented during the next international conference in Barcelona, on the 13th of April 2016."
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.