() works with purchasing and developing adult education. One main task is to support applicants for adult education with information and guidance, while investing in the development of web-based tools for guidance.
( ) develops research in the field of guidance and gives technical assistance to public services in field. It investigates and tests new guidance methodologies developed within pilot projects.
() is a NGO, researching and providing adult education. It provides expertise in: training of trainers and mentors in adult education, guidance and counselling, curricula, evaluation and intercultural education.
( ) is the UK national resource centre for international careers and is also the UK Euroguidance centre in the Euroguidance network. It produces information materials, runs an enquiry service and offers training and support.
( ) offers initial professional qualification in guidance and continuing professional development. It has a proven track record in designing and delivering training in careers guidance.
has worked in career guidance since 1978. He has acquired substantial experience in mainstream careers work and development work. Mick has been manager of Careers Europe since 1995, and has been involved in a number of transnational development projects.
is mainly in charge with the project planning and coordination at European level of projects in ICT applied to guidance and in guidance in adult education. She published some contributions in these fields.
has been working with careers guidance since 1999, having an interest in guidance policies and networks. Her experience includes: guidance research, training in information and career counselling, transnational projects and evaluation. She also works as consultant.
works as a senior lecturer at UEL. She is course leader for the full-time postgraduate Diploma in Career Guidance (QCG) and teaches on both the QCG and MA Careers. Her research interests include investigating interview practice, web-based tools and guidance practice.
currently lectures on the Qualification in Career Guidance at UEL. In addition to her involvement with this project, other research interests include the application of theoretical approaches to careers guidance and approaching diversity within education and the labour market.
heads the Centre for Careers Guidance Training at UEL. Her research focuses on ethics in guidance practice, and its management. A NICEC Fellow, she co-chairs the ICG Ethics & Standards Committee.
has been working with computer-based guidance since 1987. His experience includes both using methodology and developing strategies. He works with ICT strategies in guidance, both for the Adult Education Committee of Gothenburg and the Swedish National Education Agency.
has extensive experience in the education field, which includes teaching, research and training in education management, training in information and career counselling, transnational projects and evaluation. She is currently working towards the finalization of her PhD studies in Education Sciences.
is working as a career counsellor and is involved in development and implementation of web-based guidance products at the Adult Education Committee of Gothenburg. He has a BA in Career Counselling, a Master of Education for the Upper Secondary School and an MA degree in History.
is a Master student at the University of Göteborg, Institute of Informatics. Her progress thesis is specialised in the use of web-based application system for adult education.
mainly works in the management of information resources and in the project planning and production of ICT information products (especially web sites and databases) for careers guidance and employment. She published some contributions in these fields.