A EUROPEAN CAREER GUIDANCE CONCEPT FOR INTERNATIONAL YOUTH MOBILITY
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Evaluation of the interactive E-Learning Internet Portal
This evaluation report has been developed to collect the opinion of the project partners on the E-Learning tools of this website.
Evaluation of the Virtual Counselling Training
The ERASMUS+ project „Guide My W@y – A European Career Guidance and Counselling Concept for International Youth Mobility“ approached an innovative aspect of counselling.
It successfully developed the basis for advanced training measures for European vocational education and professional guidance counsellors in order to train virtual e-Counselling dialogues within the virtual classroom.
The training of 8 webinars à 90 minutes each, enabled the participating counsellors (EURES and others) from different countries (Czech Republic, Germany, Poland and Spain) to get to know the virtual aspect of counselling within virtual classrooms and adapt the developed European concept on guidance and counselling to the requirements of virtual counselling.
The webinars were composed of teaching the European Career Guidance Concept, introducing the virtual classroom, establishing the differences between face-to-face and virtual counselling, teaching important features of the virtual communication, teaching virtual counselling scenarios and practicing the European Career Guidance Concept through virtual counselling dialogues.
These virtual counselling dialogues enabled the participating counsellors to learn how to use the virtual classroom and its tools and how to guide a young person properly in a virtual environment.
Evaluation Report on eCounselling dialogues
This report depicts the evaluation of virtual counselling dialogues conducted by the counsellors within the project.
|Career Decision||A choice between particular career alternatives.|
|Career Choice||An individual’s career intention based on his/her personal aptitudes, abilities, aspirations and goals and tempered by the realities of the labour market and his/her personal circumstances.|
|Career Guidance Counsellor||A professional with the task to help a person/social group to explore their potentialities and to take suitable decisions in diverse personal, social, formative and labour situations.|
|Career Guidance Dialogue/ Counselling Dialogue||Dialogue between a guidance counsellor and an individual in order to determine his/her abilities and interests; develop meaningful education, training and occupational decisions; and manage his/her life trajectory in learning, work and other settings in which these capacities and competencies are learned and/or used.|
|Career Guidance||It is a process of technical help, headed to the person/social group to be able to purchase continuously a greater knowledge and identification of his/her competences and potential with the purpose to attain a suitable election and personal, social, education and professional integration.|
|Career Mobility||Ability of an individual to move and adapt to a new occupational or educational environment. It can be geographical or functional (a move to a new post in a company or to a new occupation, a move between employment and education).|
|Counselling||Guidance model based on personal and direct helping relationship between counsellor and client for decision making. Communication is an essential element of this model.|
|Decision Making||Choosing process of alternatives from several options to face a problematic situation.|
|e-Guidance||It is a process of online advice that takes place through technologies of information and communication. It facilitates help and self-assessment by means of the utilization of adequate technological tools, especially internet tools.|
|EURES Guidance Counsellor||It is a profession formed for the Career Guidance integrated in the European network EURES that facilitates technical advice to the people (individual and in groups) in the identification of their potential and in the suitable taking of decisions for the election and professional mobility in the European context.|
|Guidance Service||Responsible institution for enabling help and guidance resources to support and assist people in counselling (individual and groups).|
|International Mobility||The academic and professional international mobility is part of the free movement of people. It helps to improve the academic and professional profile of the participants, giving them the freedom and flexibility to take advantage of training opportunities that are outside of their home country or to live and work in another country as part of a multicultural and intercultural team.|
|Job Mobility||Will and availability of the worker to change his/her job (functional mobility) or to move or change his/her residence from one location to another (geographical mobility). It includes, therefore, the transfer of an employee’s personal life to a different place of origin.|
|Lifelong Guidance||It is a continuous process of advice and counsel for the people to the long and wide of their lifes in the individual field, social, formative and professional to explore his potentialities, take adequate decisions and choose appropriately his pathways of life, especially in the vital transitions.|
|Professional Plan||It is the project that shows the different steps to get the job which people would like to do. It implies self- knowledge, to establish and define the professional goal, to know the options/ways which lead to it and a decision-making process.|
|Virtual Counselling||Personal, professional, social and training help processes performed through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).|
|Youth Mobility||Ability of young people to move between different places, either within their home country or outside in order to achieve objectives linked to their personal development -autonomy, voluntary and / or youth work-, education, training or professional career.|