Career development is the lifelong process of managing progression in learning and work. The quality of this process significantly determines the nature and quality of individuals’ lives: the kind of people they become, the sense of purpose they have, the income at their disposal. It also determines the social and economic contribution they make to the communities and societies of which they are part.
- Career Guidance and Public Policy: Bridging the Gap (http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/33/45/34050171.pdf)This publication reports the findings of a review that was begun in early 2001 of career guidance policies in 14 OECD countries. It has looked at how the organisation, management and delivery of career guidance can help to advance some key public policy objectives, OECD (173 pages)
- Life Plan (http://edunorth.wordpress.com/life-plan/)EduNorth website page about Life Plan