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Crossborder Seminar 2017- National Survey

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Objavil/-a Ruzica Madzarevic

Euroguidance Cross Border Seminars (CBS) bring together guidance counselors, policymakers, experts and other practitioners from different European countries to exchange their expertise and innovative guidance practices. It all started back in 2005 and now it gathers guidance practitioners and experts from 11 organizing countries- National Euroguidance Centers. National Euroguidance centres decide on experts and practitioners from the country who will participate. The topic of this Cross-Border Seminar 2017, that was organized in Belgrade, was: Guidance 4.0: Innovative Practices for New Skills. The seminar was focused on new innovative practices in guidance, especially the ones using ICT, to develop career management skills (CMS), key competencies and other skills needed in the contemporary world of work and living.

Guidance 4.0 relates to the 4.0 code that is used in industry, education (Education 4.0, Industry 4.0) and other fields as a mark of the 4th Industrial Revolution. This Industrial Revolution is reflected in the application of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) that aim to bring together digital, physical and biological systems in order to maximize human well-being. Impact of it is recognized as numerous rapid changes that shift perspectives and demand to adapt and therefore redefine how we understand education, labor market, responsibilities and world around us.

The presented document gives an overview of the subject: Guidance 4.0: Innovative Practices for New Skills. The information is collected by National Euroguidance Centers.

 

 
Avtor(-ji) vira: 
Euroguidance Network
Datum objave:
ponedeljek, 31 December, 2018
Vrsta vira: 
Študije in poročila
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