Careers Work in Schools

Careers Work in Schools : Cost Effective Career Interventions

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Description

It is important that schools deliver career education and career services to all students in order to develop the capacity of students to adapt to a changing world of work. From ethical and accountability viewpoints, school career education programs and career services should be evidence-based, known to improve student career development outcomes and cost-effective.
In this practical text, experienced career guidance professional, Catherine Hughes, shows how to design and deliver career services for students in the upper middle and secondary years (typically Years 7-12) that are cost-effective and that adopt a strategic approach to the application of career interventions known to improve student career development.

Essential reading for career practitioners, school leadership teams, and curriculum coordinators, topics covered include:
* cost-effective approaches to career service delivery in high schools
* effectiveness of different career treatment modalities
* the cognitive information processing approach to differentiated career service delivery
* using the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale in a differentiated career service delivery model.

This is book two in the series Careers Work in Schools, written to support the work of career development facilitators in schools - from those charged with teaching a work-related subject for the first time to seasoned school-based career practitioners wanting to refresh their knowledge, understanding and practice.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 3.05mm | 77.11g
  • Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia
  • English
  • 1922117986
  • 9781922117984
  • 1,859,993

About Catherine Hughes

Dr Catherine Hughes is the founder of the Grow Careers website, a self-help career information resource that applies lifelong career development for students, parents or guardians, past students and school staff. Catherine has worked as a career practitioner in a variety of settings, including vocational rehabilitation, outplacement, private practice and has over 25 years experience in designing and delivering career services in schools. She is currently a career counsellor at a school where she is responsible for career development programs and interventions for students from Years 7 to 12. Catherine has presented her work and research at national and international conferences. She has received national awards for her careers work in schools and her academic research.
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