Alongside the NICEC Journal, NICEC Seminars and Network meetings are the key means of sharing ideas and evidence around our network of Fellows, members and other interested people.
 
 

Events

NICEC holds 6 Fellows meetings per year. These are followed by either early evening seminars (4 a year) or full afternoon Network meetings (2 a year).

NICEC seminars and network meetings are included in the membership fees paid by Fellows and Members.
Others are most welcome to attend for a modest charge - £20 for seminars and £40 for Network Meetings.


BOOKINGS
Please contact: Professor Stephen McNair NICEC Fellow
Phone: 01603 737830
Mobile: 07594 590 572
stephen.mcnair2@btinternet.com


Please note: Stephen works work part time, and normally monitors emails frequently between Monday and Wednesday. At other times, replies may take longer.

Dates for 2017


Next NICEC event
Thursday 23rd November 2017, 5.00 - 6.30pm, Hamilton House, London

Seminar:  What do we think practitioners need to know about the career guidance needs of asylum seekers, refugees and migrant populations?

Anne Chant and Hazel Reid (Canterbury Christ Church University)

The seminar draws on our involvement in two Erasmus + projects with a number of European partner countries. One is collecting examples of best practices for assessing and documenting young refugees’ skills and competences (to include both informal and formal learning), and how the knowledge can be used in career guidance and counselling. The other is on developing curriculum material for the training and CPD of career guidance professionals who are working with migrant and refugee populations of all ages. The session will provide a brief overview of the projects, and work achieved thus far, and then focus on what we think practitioners need to know to work effectively in this area. We will outline the findings of the literature review for the UK, and then move on to the results of the needs analysis, which involved expert career guidance practitioners, students, lecturers in HE, counsellors working with migrant and refugee clients and, importantly, former refugees. The title of the seminar refers to what we think practitioners need to know … we hope to engage the audience in a discussion to widen our understanding and stimulate debate around this vital development for career guidance and counselling practice. 
 
Previous events
In recent months we have held Seminars & Network meetings on:

Labour market inequality - implications for career development work
The Success Code: Self projection for the modest
Vocation, Calling or Career
The contribution of career events to career learning 
Appropriate attire for careers
Career education
Youth unemployment
The UK labour market
The Future Track project
Redesigning work-related learning
The National Careers Service and the market in career guidance
Professional development for careers advisers and careers coordinators;
Career-related learning pilots in Key Stage 2;
Foundation Degree Forward;
The UKCES work on ICT in career guidance

All sessions were led or facilitated by NICEC Fellows or other acknowledged experts in career guidance.


 
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