Europe/Lifelong Guidance

The Future of Work

The International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP - an international non-profit organisation) collects, publishes and disseminates policy material internationally, and in different languages, to help countries and regions/states/provinces to make better policies and strategies for career guidance for their citizens.  

Recent update from ICCDPP


Education and Training Monitor 2017

The Education and Training Monitor 2017 was prepared by the Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG EAC), with contributions from the Directorate-General of Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (DG EMPL) and the Eurydice Network. DG EAC was assisted by the Education and Youth Policy Analysis Unit from the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), Eurostat, Cedefop and the JRC's Human Capital and Employment Unit, Directorate Innovation and Growth.


Career guidance and public policy: Bridging the gap

Career guidance and public policy: Bridging the gap - This publication reports the findings of a review that was begun in early 2001 of career guidance policies in 14 OECD countries. It has looked at how the organisation, management and delivery of career guidance can help to advance some key public policy objectives. In particular, the review has looked at how career guidance services can assist countries to advance lifelong learning goals, and at how career guidance can help in the implementation of active labour market policies


Establishing and developing national lifelong guidance policy forums.

This manual is part of Cedefop’s contribution to supporting Member States in establishing and strengthening structures for more effective guidance policy formulation and implementation. It not only identifies outstanding initiatives and good practices, but also gives insights into strategic choices and experimental approaches that Member States have taken in setting up their national guidance forums.