Can technologically mediated career guidance address inequalities
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
34m ago
On Wednesday I was invited to address the OECD’s conference Future dreaming: Career guidance in the age of digital technologies. I was invited to be part of a session looking at the intersection between digital technologies and social justice. This builds on the paper that I published with the OECD earlier this year called Challenging social inequality through career guidance. It was a very good conference which will hopefully be published in full online. In the meantime, here are the slides that I used. Can technologically mediated career guidance address inequalitiesDownload ..read more
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Career education for social justice and equity: In memory of Ronald Sultana
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
34m ago
Last week, Rie Thomsen and I gave a webinar to practitioners in Australia via MyFuture. In it we talked about career guidance and social justice, paid tribute to the work of Ronald Sultana and set out our five signposts model. There seemed to be a lot of interest in these approaches. We will hopefully be able to share a video version of our presentation soon, but for now here are our slides. Career education for social justice and equityDownload ..read more
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New book: Online research
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
34m ago
Rachel Buchanan and I have just produced a new book entitled Online Research. It is the second edition of my previous book Online Research Methods, but is to all intents and purposes a completely new book, as the last 10 years have completely revolutionised the practice of online research. In the book we provide a concise and accessible introduction to online research, covering ethics, surveys, focus groups, ethnographies, experiments and the gathering and analysis of naturally occurring digital/big data. We also ask how researchers should use the digital environment to communicate their rese ..read more
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Flourishing while careering through an imperfect world
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
1w ago
Today I’m presenting at the Canterbury Christ Church University conference on Living now, thriving together: Community sustainability and wellbeing for possible futures conference. This is part of my role as a visiting professor at CCCU. I’m going to be talking about Flourishing while careering in an imperfect world. This is what I’m planning to say. Flourishing while careering through an imperfect worldDownload ..read more
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A systematic review of research into career guidance policy in the Nordic countries (2008-2022)
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
1w ago
Over the last year or so I have been working with a very inspiring group of Nordic colleagues to investigate research into career guidance policy. This weekend we successfully published our article A systematic review of research into career guidance policy in the Nordic countries (2008-2022). In the article we look at the research which was conducted into career guidance policy in the Nordic countries between 2008 and 2022. We reviewed a total of 60 papers and found that they variously focused on national career guidance systems, career guidance systems for young people, the adult guidance s ..read more
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Reframing careers practice in a hybrid world
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
2w ago
A couple of weeks ago I was very privaleged to take part in a CDI/NICEC webinar entitled Reframing career practice in a hybrid world. The event was hosted by Rosemary Mclean and Cathy Brown on behalf of NICEC and also saw contributions from me, Sikin Jynge and Nalayini Thambar. The whole event was recorded and is now available on YouTube, so I wanted to make it accessible to people here ..read more
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Study for an MA in career development with me at the University of Derby
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
3w ago
Are you interested in studying for an MA in Career Guidance and Development? If so, we are now open for applications for the 24/25 academic year for our MA programme. If you study with us you will become part of the International Centre for Guidance Studies which is the leading global research centre in career guidance and development. The masters will enable you to gain the Qualification in Career Development (QCD) alongside an MA. The QCD is the licence to practice in careers work in the UK. You can apply for the programme on the University of Derby’s website. We are also running a series o ..read more
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Is ‘integrated guidance’ a solution to supporting careers in a hybrid workplace?
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
3w ago
Last week my colleague Sikin and I tool part in one of the Cutting Edge webinars organised by CDI and NICEC. These webinars are designed to connect research and theory with practice. This webinar included input from us, Rosemary Mclean, Cathy Brown and Nalayini Thambar. We were all discussing the shift of life and work to online and hybrid forms. Sikin and my presentation looked at one option for responding to this through integrated guidance. I’m hopeful that there will be a video of the webinar that I can share in the future. But for now, I’ll just share our slides in case they are of inter ..read more
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Book now for NICEC conference 2024
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
3w ago
NICEC Conference 2024 is focused on Career and Sustainability. We are defining sustainability broadly, as ‘the integration of social equity, economic vitality and environmental health and well-being in order to create thriving healthy, diverse and resilient communities now and in the future‘. It will be taking place on the 2nd and 3rd July in Birmingham, UK. Bookings for the conference are now open and it is possible to attend either face-to-face or online. The conference programme is now available and the full workshop programme has just been published. Hope to see you all there NICEC confer ..read more
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Ikke bare god å snakke med [Not just good to talk to]
Adventures in Career Development
by Tristram Hooley
1M ago
My colleagues at the Inland Norway University have just released a new book called Ikke bare god å snakke med [Not just good to talk to]. It covers all aspects of professional career guidance in Norway and includes two chapters co-written by me. The book argues that career guidance addresses a range of big and small questions related to life, learning and work. In career guidance, professionals work to develop their students’ or client’s competence to handle the challenges and choices that various career transitions bring with them. By the way, in Norwegian they have the word ‘veisøker’ which ..read more
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