Nordic Network for Adult Learning (NVL) wants to take a closer look into the experienced role and future opportunities and challenges regarding the use of ICT in career guidance services in the Nordic Region. The need for Distance tools are especially relevant in remote areas like Greenland and the Faroe Islands, but also applies to the Nordic Region in general.
The purpose of this seminar is to give an overview of Nordic experiences within this field and present different examples and experiences. Through this initiative we want to establish a fundament for a new working group on this topic, and raise relevant questions for them to work with.
As a practitioner and expert in the field of guidance and couselling, or ICT – or both, you are invited to participate in this seminar. We hope it can give relevant input and new perspectives to your daily work, and that you’d like to contribute to discussions by sharing own experiences and perspectives on the topic.
Please note: This seminar is for invited participants only
10.00 Welcome. Background and introduction to the seminar, Antra Carlsen, NVL Head-coordinator
10.15 The experienced role of ICT in career guidance services in the Nordic region. Jaana Kettunen, Researcher at the Finnish Institute for Educational Research of the University of Jyväskylä.
11.00 Time for questions and discussion
11.15 Career guidance in digital media, experiences with https://www.ug.dk/evejledning in Denmark, Elsebeth Nygaard, Senior consultant.
12.00 Experiences from Otava Folk High School in Finland, Taru Kekkonen, E-learning coordinator.
12.20 Challenges and opportunities in distance guidance in the Faroe Islands, Deirdre Hansen, MA student in guidance and counselling, University of the Faroe Islands.
12.40 Practical experiences with distance guidance in Greenland, Heidi Lindstrøm, manager of the National Guidance Centre in Nuuk.
14.00 Group discussions: Name the essential questions that need to be answered through a new NVL working group about online guidance. Challenges and opportunities?
15.15 Sum up from group work - ideas for mandate and further work.
15.45 Rounding up and establishing the Nordic working group.
(16.15 - 17.00 Meeting in the new working group)