The case studies are now available! Click on the case study names in the table below to access them or on the competences addressed to find out more about the IAG fundamental competences that were analysed through them.
To inspire and empower
This involves taking positive action to develop your knowledge of lifelong career development processes, career guidance theory and practice, and other theoretical fields relevant to your work role. This includes access to recent research and consideration of applying it in practice.
This involves building the relationship with users; enabling users’ self-understanding; building users’ capability for career management; exploring new perspectives; forming strategies and plans.
This involves clarifying and agreeing the need for assessment; supporting the use of self-assessment activities; administering formal assessment.
This involves designing programmes to meet identified needs; delivering sessions and activities; reviewing and evaluating career learning programmes.
This involves creating and maintaining user records, using records to support progress, prioritising use of own time and resources.
This involves understanding the needs of the target population; establishing aims, objectives and delivery methods for career development activities; agreeing roles and responsibilities in delivery; providing training and development opportunities for people involved in delivery; providing and customising materials; reviewing, evaluating and modifying; supporting implementation of a quality-assurance strategy.