In times of changing labour markets and rapid technological developments, careers guidance is becoming increasingly important in helping people to navigate a more and more complex world. Making the right decisions about education, training and employment is becoming more difficult, and careers guidance services are challenged to provide better access and innovative ways of delivery to both youth and adults in a lifelong learning perspective. This course targets policy-makers, planners and implementers of careers guidance services who wish to develop and improve careers guidance in their country and institutions. It provides new insights and innovative examples from around the world on how to make careers guidance more effective.
Policy-makers, planners and technical staff dealing with careers guidance matters (from ministries, agencies and other institutions in the field of education, higher education, TVET and employment services); representatives of employers' and workers' organisations, as well as NGOs.