LEADER

LEarning And Decision making Resources

education employment e-learning

Career guidance is an essential component of modern education and training systems to (re-)orientate younger and older generations towards the acquisition of 21st century skills. Lifelong guidance has been receiving increasing attention at both European and national levels. Two Resolutions of the Education Council (in 2004 and 2008) have highlighted the need for strong guidance services throughout the lifespan to equip citizens with the skills to manage their learning and careers and the transitions between and within education/training and work.

The Resolutions drew attention to four priority areas:

  • the development of career management skills (CMS);
  • accessibility of services;
  • quality assurance and evidence base for policy and systems development;
  • co-ordination of services.

Member States were invited to take action to modernise and strengthen their guidance policies and systems.

Taking into consideration the above, the project aims at providing career guidance practitioners and teachers with useful tools to implement Career Management Skills, even with a coherent and consistent use of modern ICT. It aims at improving quality in the learning and guidance processes, developing key skills of practitioners and teachers and experimenting with innovative tools and methodologies with the use of new technologies.

  • Full title: LEarning And Decision making Resources- LEADER
  • Start: 01/09/2014
  • Finish: 31/08/2017
  • Programme: ERASMUS+
  • Sub-Programme: Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships
  • Website: http://www.leaderproject.eu

Career Management Skills Framework

A methodological framework for improving Career Management Skills within the education systems that can help schools, high education institutions, career guidance centers, adult education organizations to design guidance and training activities fro helping people to drive their own careers and to choose their study and training pathways.

Partners

Università di Camerino, Italy

Centro Studi Pluriversum, Italy

Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

University of Derby, England

CASCAiD Limited, England

Dep Institut, S.L., Spain

Universitea Politehnica din Bucuresti, Romania

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.

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