Based on the review of literature, media and resources and the course units media centre also refers to interactive learning environment Moodle >>.
This complementary material was applied in the pilot of the Higher Education course and in the in-service training for career counsellors, coaches and other practitioners working in public practice (e.g. employment agencies, chambers, job centres of adjacent services) or in private companies (HR services, freelancers).
The content, material and resources aim to provide lecturers and students as well as practitioners with additional working material in order to organize and shape the practical working process.
The Media centre provides a variety of resources and material such as videos, practical oriented tools and resources, fact sheets, activities, exercises for lecturers, students and career counsellors.
A short webinar which describes the main findings from the transnational synthesis (developed within Literature review). It summarizes the review of theoretical frameworks, promising practices and actual needs based on literature, media and other resources, which we have conducted in six countries. It provides an overview of the state of innovative research and development and higher education programs related to the project’s overall topic: career guidance and development for employees.
Guidelines for innovative practice
The Intelletual Outputs of IO2 are based on two surveys: one is exploring the currrent practice, needs and requirements of experts and professionals in the fields of CGC and HRM. The other one is exploring the role which Networks and Clusters play in the context of enterprise-based career development.
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HIGHER EDUCATION COURSE MANUAL
Higher Education course manual (EN) >>
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Higher Education course manual (NL) >>
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In this methodological guide the readers find four main sections. In the first section a description of the structure and the content of the training course is provided. In the second section the pedagogical approach is presented with suggestions on how to use provided teaching and learning materials. In the third section after the definition of innovation, we describe how each course unit is innovative and meets the sustainable developmental goals of the 2030 UN Agenda. Finally for each unit a detailed description of the goal and the learning plan and the list of teaching and learning materials are provided.
Course for Counsellors and Coaches – Didactical framework (EN) >>
Course for Counsellors and Coaches – Didactical framework (DE) >>
Course for Counsellors and Coaches – Didactical framework (NL) >>
Course for Counsellors and Coaches – Didactical framework (IT) >>
Course for Counsellors and Coaches – Didactical framework (GR) >>
Course for Counsellors and Coaches – Didactical framework (SR) >>
This training course is the result of the Intellectual Output 4 of the Erasmus+ project CONNECT!. This Intellectual Output is an adaptation of the Higher Education Training Course that was developed for the purposes of Intel-lectual Output 3. The aim of the training course is to equip CGC and HRM/HRD professionals with strategies and relevant materials that will help them in their everyday counselling work. In this guide, the readers can find an overall description of the structure and the contents of the training course, as well as a detailed description of the goals, structure, and list of teaching and learning materials for each of the didactical units.
Training courses is accessible in the Moodle platform
Training platform is is available without registration as “Log in as a guest” for the review of course materials.
Students can register to the platform for self-learning: review course materials and perform knowledge evaluation tests.
This training course is aimed at students who have basic knowledge in work and organizational psychology and in career guidance and counseling. It could be of interest for all the courses that aim to provide knowledge and competences about the links between the two fields in the context of small and medium enterprises.
The training course structure: course consists of 5 units, each unit includes 3 learning sessions for a total of 15 sessions.
Typically, in each unit, the first session describes theoretical approaches and synthesizing the literature, the second one introduces methods and tools, and the third one focuses on practice.
Each learning session will last 90 minutes, that is 4 hours and 30 minutes for each unit and a total of 22.5 hours.
In order to perform interactive activities with your students, for example to assign the student to upload reflective form or homework, group work or any other interactive activity, we recommend to download the archive of the course material from website here and restore it into your Moodle site.
Instructions for restoring Moodle course using archive file: