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NICEC is distinctive as a boundary-crossing network devoted to career education and counselling in education, in the workplace, and in the wider community. It seeks to integrate theory and practice in career development, stimulate intellectual diversity and encourage transdisciplinary dialogue. Through these activities, NICEC aims to develop research, inform policy and enhance service delivery.
NICEC was founded in 1975 and has continued to evolve since then. It operates as a learned society for reflective practitioners in the broad field of career education, career guidance, career counselling and career development.
 
Join us by becoming a NICEC member or subscribing to the NICEC journal. Membership of NICEC is open to all individuals connected with career development and includes journal subscription as well as CPD events and online information access.
NICEC MEMBERSHIP
Membership of NICEC is open to any individual with an interest in career development (price £75 per annum, £50 for full-time students). Members receive:

  • the NICEC journal – 2 issues per annum
  • free access to NICEC events and priority booking. There are 4 early evening seminars and 2 full afternoon network meetings per year. The majority of events are held in London, with one or two each year elsewhere in the UK.
  • free or reduced fee access to research-focused development days run jointly by NICEC and the CDI.
  • online access to the archive of the journal and NICEC publications and materials from NICEC events.
NICEC JOURNAL
Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling (ISSN 2046-1348) is published twice a year in partnership with the Career Development Institute (CDI). The journal publishes articles on the broad theme of career development in any context including:
  • Career development in the workplace
  • Career development in education
  • Career development in the community

The NICEC journal has a UK and international readership. It is designed to be read by individuals who are involved in career development-related work in a wide range of settings. CDI members receive a copy of the NICEC journal direct through CDI.
 
Individual NICEC journal subscription costs £30 in the UK, £35 Europe outside UK and £40 outside Europe. All prices include postage. Reductions for full-time students.
Individual subscribers can access the issues they purchase via the IngentaConnect online platform and can also receive a hard copy. Online only subscription costs £25 per annum plus VAT where applicable - £30 in UK and EU. Single issues can be purchased in print version at £20 (plus £5 postage outside UK) or pdf (£15 plus VAT).
For details of institutional journal subscription, covering all your staff and students, see below
For further information on joining NICEC or getting the journal contact membership@nicec.org or send in your completed membership and application form


INSTITUTIONAL ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION TO THE NICEC JOURNAL
Institutions will be able to subscribe to the NICEC journal online on the IngentaConnect platform. Institutions can continue to purchase one hard copy of each journal issue at the same price as individual subscription, as now.
Institutional online subscription will allow subscribing organisations to make not only the current journal issues available to their staff and students, but also copies of all articles from the last five years of the Journal.
To enquire about or place a purchase order for institutional annual subscription please contact Charles Jackson jacksoncrs@aol.com or Claire Nix claire.m.nix@gmail.com . You can also order the online journal through your subscription agent. Price: £120 + £24 (VAT where applicable) = £144

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