In times of changing labour markets, rapid technological developments and recovery from COVID-19, career development support becomes cruicial for people to manage the frequent and complex transitions within and between learning and work. At the same time, career development support services are challenged to provide better access and innovative ways of delivery to both youth and adults in a lifelong learning perspective.
The ITCILO, ILO and the European Training Foundation are joining forces to provide this online course to help gain new insights and examples around the world on how to make career development support more effective.
Policy-makers, planners and technical staff dealing with careers guidance matters, representatives of employers' and workers' organisations, as well as NGOs.
- adapt career development support systems and services to global developments impacting on education and training systems and the labour markets
- how key elements of career development support systems could be achieved, from coordination, to funding, quality, access, and use of technology
- how career development support is linked to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and can contribute to wider public policy goals in education, lifelong learning, employment and social inclusion.