The National Centre for Guidance in Education (NCGE) will cease to operate from 1st September 2022. 
The NCGE and its Management Committee, Léargas, the Department of Education, the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Solas and ETBI have been carrying out significant work since earlier this year to prepare for the reorganisation of guidance support. A Transitions Working Group and additional sub-groups have been meeting regularly to co-ordinate the reorganisation.

For further information relating to ongoing and future support in place, click HERE

Towards a more playful and politicised practice of guidance counselling

A creative approach to research and counselling encourages the expression of multiple truths exposing knowledge as socially constructed (Eisner, 1988) and therefore open to reconstruction. This paper is in the form of a short narrative trail through ideas about identity and the power of discourse and language in constructing what we take to be real.

Note: This document was previously uploaded to the (old) 'NCGE School Guidance Handbook'

 

 

English
Published: 
Tuesday, November 12, 2013