Career guidance in the Mediterranean region.
"The analysis was built upon previous experience with career guidance reviews of the OECD, the European Commission, Cedefop, ETF and the World Bank, and developed further the research methodology by paying particular attention to the socio-economic and cultural context of the Mediterranean region and its impact and limitations on career guidance services. It was based on the assumption that career guidance is not only important for individuals, but also can contribute to a number of public-policy goals in education and training, in the labour market and in social cohesion and equity. It further took into account the paradigm shift in career guidance that is emerging in the EU and OECD countries, from 'choosing a career' to 'constructing a career', from 'psychological testing' to 'tasting the world of work', and from 'external expert support' to 'career self-management skills'." [Abstract: Site editor's information slightly changed by editors of Education Worldwide].
|Verlag||European Training Foundation|
|Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung, Frankfurt am Main|