Bildungs- und Berufsberatung. Standortbestimmung, Reflexionsräume und Perspektiven
Nr.29 | Oktober 2016 | 1993-6818
Wie gestalten Bildungs- und BerufsberaterInnen bedarfsorientierte Angebote? Die vorliegende Ausgabe nimmt eine Standortbestimmung vor - mit theoretischen und empirischen Zugängen, aber auch mehreren Beispielen innovativer Praxis.
Peter Plant, Roger Kjærgård
The Open Method of Coordination and Lifelong Guidance
The European Council of Ministers of Education, first in 2004, and again in 2008 (see Council of the European Union 2004 u. 2008), have adopted EU Council Resolutions on Lifelong Guidance with the aim to better integrating lifelong guidance into lifelong learning strategies. The links between lifelong learning and lifelong guidance are clear, they have been for decades. Resolutions, however, are guidelines, not directives.
Prof. Dr. Peter Plant, PhD
Peter Plant is highly engaged in both, the very local rural issues in his home area where he runs a sheep farm, and in the broader European policies concerning career guidance. He has acted as a policy consultant to the European Commission over the last 30 years. Furthermore, he has taken part in numerous European Projects over the past years. Presently, he is engaged in an Erasmus+ project, known as “Trias: Workplace Guidance“ under the leadership of ÖSB Consulting GmbH in Vienna (Austria‘s leading consulting firm for labour issues).
Telefon: +45 (0)26306657
Roger Kjærgård, PhD
University College of Southeast Norway
Roger Kjærgård is working as associate professor (PhD) at the University College of Southeast Norway, where he serves as study-coordinator of the master program in career guidance. His focus in research is the field of career guidance where it hits the point of intersection of being a political tool and an individual service. Recently, he has been acting as the head of the government expert-committee to develop a comprehensive system of lifelong guidance in Norway.
Telefon: +47 (0)31008875