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Career centers as an instrument for better universities and industry cooperation

Career centers as an instrument for better universities and industry cooperation

National conference on Science and Industry cooperation “VUZPROMEXPO-2013”

December 17, 2013


Content

Content

  • Why career management (career centres) topic?

  • Career management “version 2.0”

  • National career management system development

  • Benefits of national career management system


Why career management career centres topic

Why career management (career centres) topic?


21st century competences will drive personal organizational and national competitiveness

21st century competences will drive personal, organizational and national competitiveness

TECHNICAL COMPETENCES

21ST CENTURY COMPETENCES

  • Learning and Innovation Skills

  • Creativity and Innovation

  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

  • Communication and Collaboration

  • Scientific and Numerical Literacy

  • Life and Career Skills

  • Flexibility and Adaptability

  • Initiative and Self-Direction

  • Social and Cross-Cultural Skills

  • Productivity and Accountability

  • Leadership and Responsibility

  • Information, Media and Technology Skills

  • Information Literacy

  • Media Literacy

  • ICT (Information, Communications and Technology) Literacy

  • Interdisciplinary Themes

  • Global Awareness

  • Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy

  • Civic Literacy

  • Health Literacy

  • Environmental Literacy


Although the reality shows that many young people are lacking necessary skills

Although the reality shows that many young people are lacking necessary skills

Source: International Labour Organisation: McKinsey Education and Employment survey (2012)


Career management what is it

Career Management: What is it?

It helps people to answer important questions…

  • HOW?

  • Throughout career management services:

  • Self-knowledge and career competencies’ assessment services

  • Career counseling services

  • Career management competencies’ development services

  • Career information services

  • Employability services

WHAT I WANT?

WHAT I CAN?

WHAT IS NEEDED?

… make decisions, plan own career pathway, as well as, enables purposefully seek education and professional goals


Career management how it works

LABOUR MARKET

EDUCATION SYSTEM

Life long learning

University

College

Institution of

Having a plan

vocational

and constant

education

advice

Secondary school

Primary school

Kinder garden

Career Management: How it works?

Having a target

Knowing what is possible


Universities and employers cooperation challenges result in job market disbalance

Universities and employers cooperation challenges result in job market disbalance


Career management version 2 0

Career management “version 2.0”


Who is driving career management topic

Who is driving career management topic?

Government

vs

Institutional (university)

vs

Institutions network initiative


Career management model

Career evaluation services

Career consulting services

Career management model

Career development services

Career opportunities services

Job and internship search

Services at career center

Remote use of services

Independent use of services

Services for organizations

Student/ Graduate

Career management specialist

Organization representative

Career management specialist

Graduate career monitoring

Job offers preparation

Potential employees search

Services provided by career management specialist

Independent use of services


Career management model components

Career management model components

  • Career management system vision, strategy and concept

  • Qualified personnel

  • Partnerships

  • Content of career management services (methodologies, learning programs, tools, tests) & services

  • Processes and resources

  • ICT for career management and monitoring


Career services are executed in different ways

Career services are executed in different ways

Career education organization

Career services provision

  • Formal career education programs

    • Are awarded with study credits

    • Organized as optional course (with some exceptions)

    • Or integrated into standard study programme

    • Practiced in Finland, Portugal, UK, US, Slovenia, Estonia, etc.)

  • Informal career education courses

    • Are not awarded with credits

    • Organized as extra curriculum

    • Typically – specific trainings

    • Practiced in France, Poland, Malta, Latvia, Denmark

  • Career consultation

    • Group or individual

    • Short term or long term

    • Personal or distant (ICT)

    • Practiced in most of the countries.

  • Work tasters

    • Short term internship

    • Used for initial gathering of experience

    • Mostly practiced in United Kingdom, Germany.

  • Other

    • Career fairs


Various career competencies models are adopted in different countries

Various career competencies models are adopted in different countries


Career competencies sample

Career competencies sample


Building career management system

Building career management system


Approach to national career management system establishment

Approach to national career management system establishment

Institution of

Kinder

Primary

Secondary

Life long

vocational

College

University

garden

school

school

learning

education

1.

Career

management system concept and strategy

2.

Qualified

personnel

3.

Necessary partnerships

(

internships

, etc.)

Prerequisites for

4.

Content

of career

career

management services

management

system

(methodologies, learning

establishment

tools, tests)

5.

ICT

for career management

6.

Processes

and resources

7.

Monitoring

of career management system


Approach to national career management system establishment cont

Approach to national career management system establishment, cont.

WP1. Career management maturity analysis and development road map preparation

WP2. Preparation of new career management system concept and creation of a legal framework for career management system implementation

WP3. Preparation of content for career management system implementation

WP4. Enabling education sector staff to provide career management services

WP5. Career management and monitoring information system development and implementation

WP6. Testing of National career management system with pilot education institutions

WP7. National rollout of national career management system

Years

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

* Highly depends of selected approach and education sectors included in the program


Career centers as an instrument for better universities and industry cooperation

Key benefits


Key benefits

Key benefits

At country’s level career management:

  • is bridging the gap from employability to employment

  • is contributing to managing the balance between competences supply and labour market demand

  • decreases structural unemployment

  • increases country’s growth and competitiveness

    At school/university’s level career management:

  • is increasing prestige of the university/school

  • increases points devoted by international universities evaluations initiatives

  • provides feedback to university, which can be employed by improving university’s management, study programs and etc

    At the student or graduate level career management:

  • ensures better students’ ir graduates’ decision making

  • ensures better fulfillment, growth and financial stability of graduates life


Career centers as an instrument for better universities and industry cooperation

  • Presentation of the call for proposals

    • Objectives

    • Eligible activities

    • Indicators

    • Eligible expenditure

  • Developing the project approach

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