This catalogue of free digital learning initiatives has been finalized as of January 2019. The project’s team will continue to receive requests for new initiatives, however the catalogue will be updated once a year until the end of December 2019. The catalogue is open and freely accessible to all interested parties. Submit an initiative that fits the purpose of the project to be considered for the catalogue.Submit an Initiative
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Catalogue of Initiatives
Move On: Migration & Gender: Vocational and Educational Counselling
- Support Personnel
Handbook I provides a catalogue which includes quality criteria for professionals working in gender and culturally sensitive career guidance and counselling services. It builds on the experiences developed within the MOVE ON project to answer to questions such as:
- Which expertise should a good counsellor have?
- What attitude they should have towards their clients?
- What kind of methodologies and tools should they have?
- How should they act as a member of an organization?
- How should they act as a member of the society?
|Title||Move On: Migration & Gender: Vocational and Educational Counselling|
|Type of Resource||Handbook|
|Online or Blended||Online|
|Learning objectives||The resources aim to develop and transfer effective practices, training and knowledge of professionals working with migrants. Particular emphasis is given to issues impacting on gender and culturally sensitive guidance services to migrants.|
|Target group||Career advisors for migrants|
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||N/A|
|Recognition or certification of learning||N/A|
|Financing and sustainability model||Erasmus+ European Commission|
|Leading Organization||The IARS International Institute (UK)|
|Contact Person||Rita Seneca – Anziani e non solo – Communications Officer
Andriana Ntziadima – IARS International Institute – Communications Manager