July 24-29, 2016, Yyokohama, Japan
ESVDC symposium: Life Design dimensions and interventions for a challenging future. Chair: Prof. Jerome Rossier, University of Lausanne, Switzerland & Prof. Laura Nota, University of Padova, Italy
ECADOC symposium: Training top-notch, innovative, international doctoral researchers with a joint doctoral program: Case of European Doctoral Programme on Career Guidance and Counseling. Chair: Prof.Valerie Cohen-Scali, Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers (Cnam) Institut National d’etude du Travail et d’orientation Professionnelle (Inetop), France
International scientific conference: Career and Life Design interventions for sustainable development and decent work June 6-8, 2016 Wroclaw, Poland
ESVDC symposium: Guidance and counseling promoting decent work: old problems, new challenges. Chair: Prof. Maria Eduarda Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal
ECADOC symposium: The European Doctoral School ECADOC: Roots, Present and Future. Chair: Prof. Jerome Rossier, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
ICAP International Association of Applied Psychology
Paris, July 8-13, 2014
The following Symposium was organized: European Doctoral Program in Career Guidance and Counselling: The development of a training program for PhD students
Abstract: The presentation will highlight the strong connection between the doctoral program and the Network for Innovation in Career Guidance and Counselling in Europe (NICE). The NICE network already looks back to 3 years of fruitful collaboration, intensive discussions and processes and the development of common points of reference for the academic training in the area of career guidance and counselling. To the common points of reference belong the definition of core roles and core competences of counsellors as well as a therefrom derived curriculum for academic study programs. In the second phase of this project among other things there will be more effort to distinguish the different levels of study programs including the PhD level. Connections to the doctoral programme will be outlined.
Study programs – especially on the doctoral level – have to be based on the state of the art of research in the concerning field. In this area this means to look at different scientific disciplines and to integrate different perspectives on counselling. A systematic approach to to cluster research, which is relevant for a possible structure of doctoral programs will be presented.
11th Biennal Conference Career Counseling and Development: Rebuilding Hope through School, Work, and Relationships
Coimbra, July 14-16, 2014
Vienna, July 14-17, 2014
For career counselors interested to career counseling of people with disability