March / April 2020 Update


Looking for ways to expand your mobility guidance toolkit and upskill in 2020? Below are some practical suggestions...these are all still readily accessible in the challenging environment in which we are all working.

Introduce the ‘Euro-Quest’ resource virtually to your school / class groups
Our free to use mobility education resource for students. If you are a Guidance Counsellor we would love to see your school get involved!
Register your interest and find out more...
https://www.ncge.ie/covid-19/support/euro-quest

Article
Read the views of Tristram Hooley, Ronald Sultana and Rie Thomsen as they discuss how the coronavirus is shaping our careers:
https://www.euroguidance.eu/news/why-a-social-justice-informed-approach-to-career-guidance-matters-in-the-time-of-coronavirus

Upcoming webinar
Participate in the IAEVG and Euroguidance joint webinar: Inclusive Societies Investing in their People.
The webinar will be held on April 15, 2020, starting at 9am (CET) (8am Irish time).
https://www.euroguidance.eu/news/iaevg-euroguidance-webinar-inclusive-societies-investing-in-their-people

Use this time to explore the world of guidance virtually:

  • Upskill on the basics of artificial intelligence. This resource aims to ‘demystify’ AI in a fun and user-friendly way:
    https://www.elementsofai.com/

  • Explore the possibilities of E-Twinning:
    A free online platform linking a community of more than 500,000 teachers across Europe. It supports primary and post primary schools to find partners and work on joint projects in any curricular area, using Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
    www.etwinning.net

  • Keep an eye on established and developing projects in Europe:

‘Drawing from the existing best practice of the Queensland University of Technology (QLD QUT) in Australia, the ICARD project develops a transversal, transdisciplinary European Career Development Programme (ECDP), a learning programme, covering the entire study cycle’~
http://www.icard-project.eu/index.html

Career Skills Project (Erasmus+) launched the Career Skills Platform – a unique Europe one-stop-shop that will help individuals understand, assess and develop their career management skills:
https://career-skills.eu/

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