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 directthrough CDI.

NICEC Journal

Latest NICEC Journal April 2020, 44 (1)

The latest NICEC journal will soon be available and we would like to thank our guest editors, Fiona Christie, Eileen Cunningham and Kath Houston for this timely and topical issue. The focus of which is on decent work and uncertainty.

The eight articles cover a range of topics including trade unions, unpaid graduate internships, action research and graduate employability.

Papers include:

  • Trade unions and career services: Potential partners for promoting social justice at work – Peter J.Robertson, Nick Cimini, Jouke Post, and James Corry
  • Change it up, change the system! Exploring career development learning and social justice through action research – Anne Delauzun
  • ‘He who is silent is taken to agree’: University careers services and the problem of unpaid graduate internships – Helen Buzdugan
  • Place-Identity in boundaryless careers: Narratives of medical students from lower socio-economic class backgrounds – Emily Róisín Reid
  • Maintaining the promise without killing the dream: Developing resilience for future ‘graduate’ careers – Tracy Scurry, Ciaran Burke, John Blenkinsopp, and Ann Smart
  • Responding to career uncertainty: Applying a dual-empathy’ approach to career development using corporate strategy theory – Naeema Pasha
  •  Revisiting the CareerEDGE model of graduate employability –Lorraine Dacre Pool
  •  Expectation and interaction: Student and employer approaches to university careers fairs – Jodie Boyd and Stephen Boyd

Information about the issue can be found here.


Previous  NICEC journal  

 NICEC journal October 2019, 43 (1) is now available

The journal presents a range of papers exploring topical issues pertinent to career development for all ages and contexts.

A few examples of articles include
  • Mid-life career reinvention: Dancing with fear and confidence by Laura walker
  • Evaluating the helpfulness of a co-construction approach to career learning and development programme design by Lis McGuire
  • The training and development of career leaders in England: Reflections on provision by John Gough
  • An evaluation of the Inspired teenager Framework by Lewis Clark and Carolyn Parry
  • Enhancing CV feedback; Providing feedback to students and graduates using screencasting technology by Keren Coney and Ben Simkins

 
Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling (Print: ISSN 2046-1348 Online: ISSN 2059-4879) 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 all contexts 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
The NICEC Journal is available both in print and online. Print subscription costs £30 in the UK, £35 Europe outside UK and £40 outside Europe. All prices include postage. Reductions for full-time students.
Online subscription cost £25 per annum (plus VAT where applicable).
Single issues can be purchased in print version at £20 (plus £5 postage outside UK) or online (£15 plus VAT where applicable).
 
Institutional NICEC Journal Subscription
Online institutional subscriptions costs £120 (plus VAT where applicable). Institutional subscriptions include online access to all back issues published since 2011.

Membership
Individuals can also become NICEC Members (price £75 per annum), which includes the Journal, free access to a programme of NICEC seminars and network meetings and other benefits.

More information and an application form for Journal subscription and NICEC membership can be found on the Join us page or you can simply download an application form. For more information on Journal subscription and NICEC membership please contact membership@nicec.org
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