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1 Europa: wat kunnen we leren van Finland en Oostenrijk? Frans van Hoek

2 Agenda Introduction Finland: professionalisation of COG Austria: COG in education Discussions in 2 groups

3 Introduction Netherlands: 11 partners Finland Austria

4 Introduction Austrian partners IBOBB Steirische Volkswirtschaftliche Gesellschaft Graz: Peter Härtel Polytechnische Schule Liebnitz: Inge Koch, Alois Tieber, Marita Aichholzer

5 Finland and professionalisation of COG (Career orientation and guidance) Students in the age of 12–16 years Anne Leppänen & Anneli Muuronen, Anne Leppänen & Anneli Muuronen, Universiteit van Jyväskylä

6 The Finnish COG system The legislation for different school levels includes regulations about guidance and counselling National curriculum includes the guidelines for guidance and counselling Every school has curriculum including the principles and detailed plan of COG Students in upper secondary school, vocational education and training both universities and universities of applied sciences make a personal study plan, which includes also a career plan Nowadays ministries of education, labour market and social sector make cooperation concerning COG Anne Leppänen & Anneli Muuronen

7 GUIDANCE IN EDUCATIONAL SECTOR (Kasurinen 2008) CURRICULUM GUIDELINES: counselling of study skills and learning career counselling psycho-social support and student welfare services TRANSITION 169169 Choices Decision making COOPERATION WITH WORKING LIFE FOLLOW-UP INDIVIDUAL STUDY PATH Vocational school Upper secondary school TO WORK LIFE OR FURTHER EDUCATION TO FURTHER EDUCATION Flexible options Comprehensive education Class teachers Guidance counsellors Group advisers Jukka Lerkkanen

8 Actors, their roles and responsibilities Cooperation with politicians, authorities, ministries, companies, schools and employment services Guidance and counselling services are coordinated, entails equal quality Clear roles and responsibilities at school: – Subject teacher, Tutor teacher, Study counsellor, Wellfare officer, Management, Assistant staff All teachers contribute to the provision of guidance Wellfare teams Anne Leppänen & Anneli Muuronen

9 GOG in the School Guidance and counselling in primary school Getting familiar with jobs and occupations in neighbourhood Cooperation with family Classteacher is responsible for guidance counselling. Guidance and counselling in lower secondary school (grades 7-9) All the teachers contribute, study counsellor mainly responsible for and coordinating Individual and group-based guidance and counselling Guidance and counselling lessons covers study skills and school life, education and training options, occupations, self knowledge, promotion of metacognitive skills, employment scenarios (evaluation the need of counselling among the pupils) Cooperation with parents, companies and employment office Transition (age 16) to upper secondary or vocational education and training individual study plan which includes plans about the future profession Anne Leppänen & Anneli Muuronen

10 Orderliness, curriculum includes the principles of COG, schools have detailed plan for COG > the system is of uniform quality The meaning and importance of COG is confessed among all the actors Multiprofessionality, easy to get the services Cooperation between schools, employment offices and companies The holistic approach of COG COG begins at the 1st class (age 7) COG actors have a good ”student knowledge” Individuality and flexibility (personal study plan) Involving students and peer support The cooperation between school and home Transitions - multiprofessional cooperation specially in different transitions > COG of the pupils/students is a continuum The level and nature of education of study counsellors (qualification) Strong research base in Finnish guidance services Policy-makers in every level support the implementation of guidance and counselling The strengths of the Finnish system Anne Leppänen & Anneli Muuronen

11 IBOBB AUSTRIA Peter Härtel on behalf of the AUSTRIAN BLUE TEAM

12 IBOBB AUSTRIA IBOBB = Information, Beratung und Orientierung für Bildung und Beruf The „Brand“ for „Lifelong Guidance“ in AT From Elementary Education to further training for adults, education and training and labour market, elder generation etc.. IBOBB in School: several approaches within the school system and outside Especially at 7th, 8th and 9th grade, due to special features of the Austrian school system BLUE Final Conference 29. – 30. September 2014, s´Hertogenbosch

13 Austrian Education System / Points of Transition BLUE Final Conference 29. – 30. September 2014, s´Hertogenbosch

14 Three-tiers-structure Counselling in School External services Youth Coaches, PES, BIZ, Career development, Social work, etc. Vocational orientation as a subject (with curriculum) at 7th/8th grade trained teachers (studied to be a teacher) in cooperation within the different school subjects School councellors individual guidance (teachers with additional training) In all secondary schools School psychologists special advice for special questions e.g.inclusion + BLUE Final Conference 29. – 30. September 2014, s´Hertogenbosch

15 9th Grade: Polytechnic School School for those who have the prior pespective for apprenticeship after compulsory school Main issues – Vocational orientation – Vocational preparation – Vocational basic training in areas of occupations – Transition to apprenticship in companies Strong co-operation with regional enterprises BLUE Final Conference 29. – 30. September 2014, s´Hertogenbosch

16 Early work experience In school: workshops for chosen area of occupation Vocational trained teachers in school „snuffle weeks“ - in-company training up to 3 weeks for all students Strengthen basic competences according the chosen area of occupation High diversity of students – high success rate of transition at the end of the year >90% BLUE Final Conference 29. – 30. September 2014, s´Hertogenbosch

17 Meer info: Meer info over Euroguidance en ELGPN:

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