Webinar: Quality developments in guidance for adults

The Nordic Network for Guidance invites to a webinar on the theme quality development in career guidance for adults. How can we develop quality in career guidance for adults?

 

20-12-2022
Start: 25-01-2023 14:30

Slut:    25-01-2023 15:30
lifelong learning

The Nordic Network for Guidance invites to a webinar on the theme of quality development in career guidance for adults. How can we develop quality in career guidance for adults?

Date and time

January 25th
From 2.30 to 3.30 pm (Denmark, Norway, Sweden)
From 3.30 to 4.30 pm (Finland)
From 1.30 to 2.30 pm (Iceland)
From 10.30 to 11.30 (Greenland)
From 1.30 to 2.30 pm (Faroe Islands)
The deadline for registration is January 23rd.

In this webinar, you will hear about developments and find inspiration from cases from the Faroe Islands and Norway.

In Norway, a national quality framework has been developed and the experience and benefits so far will be described in the presentation.

In the Faroe Islands, a platform has been established for developing quality in career guidance via a collaboration with a network of multidisciplinary guidance personnel across sectors.

Content

What is the status of quality developments in the two countries?

  • Experience
  • Learning obtained / findings
  • The way forward
  • Knowledge exchange

Target group

  • Professionals who are working on system level with quality (leaders/managers) and guidance professionals working with career guidance and guidance related to jobs and study.
  • Everyone who is curious about quality developments within the guidance field.

Aim of the webinar

  • Knowledge exchange for inspiration

Language

English

Presenters

  • Ingjerd Espolin Gaarder, director of the department, department for quality in lifelong guidance at the Norwegian Directorate for Higher Education and Skills
  • Maiken Skarðenni, a career counsellor at the National Center for Career Guidance and Student Counselling in the Faroe Islands.
  • Terji Beder, a specialist at the Faroes Ministry of Education and Culture

Moderator

Fjóla María Lárusdóttir, NVL coordinator