The Euroguidance Network

April 2010

In this edition:

Interview with Professor Tony Watts

Tony Watts
Professor Tony Watts was asked about his vision regarding development of career guidance in the coming years:

“I think the vision must be lifelong guidance, ranging from early learning in primary school to supporting older workers in active aging and managing their transition out of the labour market. I also believe in the strengths of all-age services and in the transformational potential of ICT”.

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Finnish and Estonian counsellors: Learning from each other about mobility

groupworkIn 2009, 19 guidance counsellors from Estonia and Finland took part in a training organised by the Euroguidance centres of these countries. The topic of the training was “Innovative guidance methods to support mobility”.

In addition to looking into these methods, the training aimed to support networking between counsellors, to familiarize them with the current guidance issues in the two countries, and to strengthen their professional identity vis-à-vis guidance in mobility issues.

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This is the fourth newsletter of the Euroguidance Network. The aim of our newsletter is to inform guidance professionals of the activities of our network and to give an overview of current topics in the field of guidance and mobility in Europe. Send us feedback or suggestions for articles in future newsletters to: ds(at)

Euroguidance network

Euroguidance is network connecting guidance systems in 32 European countries. Euroguidance promotes mobility and lifelong guidance in Europe by sharing information and good practices.

To find out more about Euroguidance please contact the Euroguidance centre in your own country. The contact details can be found on our website