Posted by Schooldays Newshound, on 27/04/2018. Tags: Teachers Education And Politics
The Department of Education and Skills has committed in the National Skills Strategy 2025 and the Action Plan for Education 2016-2019, to commence an independent review of existing career guidance tools and career information for students and adults and recommend changes to improve the existing tools and information currently in place across the education and training system in Ireland.
The purpose of the review is to ensure that we are providing high quality, relevant career guidance information to students from post–primary level up to further and higher education.
The review will look at the quality of information available to students and adults in relation to career guidance, the sources of this information and how the system is organised to support students and adults in this area.
The Career Guidance Review is being carried out by Indecon International Consultants.
Indecon are now inviting all interested stakeholders to contribute to a consultation process by submitting their views in writing on the Career Guidance Review.
Your views should address the following:
From your experience, how could existing career guidance tools and career information for students and adults be improved, so that they have a greater impact on students making course and career choices?
In your opinion, how do learners form their opinions around career choice including when, who and what influences these choices and which mechanisms and formats have the greatest impact on students and adults career choices?
Outline what measures could be designed and what framework created to enhance enterprise engagement with the education and training system in relation to providing information on career pathways for students and adults.
Any other issues of relevance to the terms of reference.
Submissions deadline is Friday 25th May, 2018
Have your say. Send submissions by e-mail to Guidance_Rev@education.gov.ie, or by email to Dr Greg Swinand at Indecon International Consultants, e-mail: email@example.com, or
by post to Skills Planning and Enterprise Engagement Unit, Department of Education and Skills, Marlborough St. Dublin 1 or to Dr Greg Swinand, Indecon, Indecon House, 4 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.
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