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The Euroguidance Network

April 2011

In this edition:


Guidance in the context of migration
Thomas Liebig
According to Thomas Liebig from OECD, the category of migration is the most important predictor of employment. Liebig gave a presentation at conference “Guidance in the Context of Migration”, which was organized by Euroguidance Austria in November 2010.

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Swedish employers value studies abroad

”Employers' view on studies abroad” is a study which has recently been conducted by the International Programme Office for Education and Training and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprises.  It is the first report in Sweden to verify more comprehensively that international experience is crucial and attractive for employers.

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Sustainable self-management of careers and competences
CHQ training
The Dutch Euroguidance Center uses the CH-Q training program as a tool for sustainable individual career and competence management. The CH-Q training method has been planned for a small group of people, 8 to 14, and has proved to be of great value in stimulating professional development.

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This newsletter is published by 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)hi.is

Previous newsletters:

October 2010
April 2010


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