vocational guidance


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vocational guidance

n
(Education) a guidance service based on psychological tests and interviews to find out what career or occupation may best suit a person
Translations
poklicno usmerjanje

vocational guidance

vocational guidance

norientamento professionale
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Contract notice: Design and conduct series of seminars intercultural sensitive vocational orientation in vocational guidance program of the bmbf.
Hamoud bin Khalfan al- Harthy, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education , who sponsored the opening ceremony said that the seminars provide an opportunity to meet with entrepreneurship officials, professionals and agencies and brief students' vocational guidance specialist of this field.
500,000 Hires and Counting, has added "best-selling author" to his professional credits by becoming a #1 best-selling author on Amazon in two major employment-related categories -- job hunting and vocational guidance.
According to the agreement, the signatories together with the relevant organizations present at the occasion, will formulate a comprehensive scheme to provide education plus vocational guidance to the students to enable them to fit into the Saudi labor market without any problems.
The Cell is now operational and is serving as base for provision of vocational guidance and placement services for graduate and employers.
The committee members in their report also regretted that there was lack of coordination and cooperation within the authorities concerned to implement the vocational guidance for school software packages.
Dr Sana bint Sabeel Al Balushiya, director-general of the National Centre for Vocational Guidance at the Ministry of Education said at the opening that this symposium will contribute to the development of national efforts aimed at the promotion and dissemination of entrepreneurial culture among learners and educators and those involved in entrepreneurship.
Enhanced with reproducible planning worksheets, resource lists for business owners, and illustrative case studies, "Making Self-Employment Work For People With Disabilities" is an invaluable and highly recommended addition to personal, vocational guidance counselor, and community library reference collections.
They discussed the Qualitative Training Council's upcoming plans, initiatives to implement joint programmes with the Ministry, coordination between the two parties for the success of these development programmes, the constant quest to bring modern programmes in order to keep pace with the exerted efforts to promote a culture of vocational guidance directed at job seekers who want to work in the industrial sector in the Kingdom and encourage them to engage in this vital sector, and invest in the suitable and diverse jobs provided because of its developmental role in the advancement the of the national economy.
Furthermore, whilst their focus to date has been understandably on sector standards and qualifications, little effort has been directed towards developing career and vocational guidance materials for their sectors that links skills and employment needs in their sectors.
Historians of career counseling have identified 1913 as the launch date, corresponding to the founding of the National Vocational Guidance Association (renamed the National Career Development Association in 1985 [NCDA; Brewer, 1942; Pope, 2000]) and have attributed that founding to a small group of disaffected social workers who realized that case management, the traditional focus of that Held, was simply not enough.
Whether a US student is preparing for a career in community nutrition, clinical practice, or even education, this book provides current vocational guidance.
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