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

Call for papers for the October 2019 NICEC Journal 

The theme of next issue of the journal will centre around career learning and the interplay between theory, practice and research.  Accordingly, papers are invited that explore career learning at different stages of career development, from primary through to later working life. Topics and settings might include:

  • The development of practice to address the Gatsby benchmarks in schools and colleges
  • Re-defining the role of Career Leaders in schools and the place of theory
  • Higher education, employability, and career readiness for unknown futures
  • The place of career coaching and talent management in retention and progression in employment
  •  Research based community activities supporting career learning for disadvantaged, vulnerable or marginalised groups
 

For enquiries and expressions of interest, please contact the editors:

Michelle Stewart: michelle.stewart@canterbury.ac.uk

Lyn Barham: lynbarham@gmail.com


Latest copy of NICEC journal  

The latest NICEC journal October 2018 is now available

The issue reflects on the complexity of 'career' and the need for an informed critique and a creative response to provide services relevant in the 21st century. This issue has a focus on lifelong guidance with articles exploring the needs of older people, generation Z, contemporary techniques for coaching and an update on guidance developments in Norway

A few examples of articles include
  • Geronto guidance: Lifelong guidance  by Peter Plant, Inger Marie Bakke and Lyn Barham
  • 'The world is your oyster': Exploring the career conceptions of Gen-Z students by Steve Mowforth
  • Career coaching tools: Evidence-based techniques for practice by Julia Yates
  • Moving from information provision to co-careering: Integrated guidance as a new approach to e-guidance in Norway
  • Building career mobility: A critical exploration of career capital by Cathy Brown and Tracey Wond

 
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.

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