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© G. Rott Page 1 Career Development and Contexts: Reflecting Experiences, Identifying Common Ground and Exploring Opportunities - Workshop - EOPPEP - ELESYP Conference Athens | Greece 23 rd & 24 th November 2013 DR. GERHART ROTT | UNIVERSITY OF WUPPERTAL 23 rd November 2013
© G. Rott Page 2 Topics Reflection of the focus of career management competence against the backdrop of experiences made by workshop participants in their professional experiences with clients and institutionalized settings in education and world of work Identifying possible stakeholders/partners for communication, cooperation and coordination to enhance career management competences for clients and citizens in ones’ own working environment Identifying ways and steps to define possible content and methodology as a common ground for the work with the stakeholders/partners identified
© G. Rott Page 3 Intended outcomes Each participant has defined at least one stakeholder/partner to start a communication and/or cooperation with and/or coordination process to open up additional opportunities for clients and citizens to enhance sustainable individualized clients’/citizens’ career management competences in given institutional settings Each participant has examined at least one specific content and/or methodological step which could become relevant in this possible cooperation
© G. Rott Page 4 Overview and time table Getting to know one another’s working context and expectations Plenary reflection: focus cooperative approaches Individual brainstorming Group work: identifying possible stakeholders/partners – Pause – Reporting back to the plenary Group work: How to shape content and methodology Reporting results and finalizing plenary reflections
© G. Rott Page 5 Plenary reflection: focus cooperative approaches: Selected Input Input I
© G. Rott Page 6 R. Sultana provides a summing up definition of career management skills. He defines them as = “a whole range of competencies which provide structured ways for individuals and groups to gather, analyse, synthesise and organise self, educational and occupational information, as well as the skills to make and implement decisions and transitions” (R. Sultana 2009) Input II
© G. Rott Page 7 Developing approaches in educational, social, economic settings Input III The high relevance of personal agency and career management competence based on experience in contexts in family, community education and work contexts put the focus on the very personal and very specific way citizens experience these contexts. This shifts into focus these contexts themselves. What chances do they offer to foster personal agency and career management competence? Do they diminish constructive learning opportunities for sustainable career management competence or do they enhance them? How can career guidance workers and counsellors in cooperative approaches contribute to raise this contextualized quality as an enhancement of their work with the individual client?
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