Career guidance policy and practice in the pandemic
This report, with contribution from NCGE Director, Jennifer McKenzie, is based on a flash joint international survey, designed to provide a snapshot of how career guidance policies, systems and services were adapting and coping, following the declaration of the world Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020. The survey examined the policy, systems and practice changes that occurred during the first phase of government reactions to the pandemic, the extent to which the pandemic and its social consequences triggered a debate on career guidance reform, and the role for career guidance in pandemic recovery measures. It also considered the support role of international and donor bodies.
On Wednesday 17th of February 2021 an additional webinar took place to share the main findings of this publication, and bring together policymakers, social partners, career guidance practitioners and service managers.
HERE - you can access:
- The full recording of the event
- Summaries in Spanish and French of the key results of the survey report (see “Publications”)
- A webpage with an array of resources from the seven organizations responsible for the report (see “Key resources”)
European / International
Cedefop; European Commission; ETF; ICCDPP; ILO; OECD; UNESCO