Andrews David & Barnes Anthony (2004). Leading and Managing Careers Work in Schools: the Changing Role of the Careers Co-ordinator. Cambridge : Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC), NICEC Briefing. En ligne : <http://www.crac.org.uk/ ... anging_role_careers.pdf>.
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|Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Andrews2004
|Categories: Ecole / emploi
Keywords: Grande Bretagne, orientation
Creators: Andrews, Barnes
Publisher: Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) (Cambridge)
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Throughout this paper, and the report of the original enquiry, the term â€˜careers co-ordinatorâ€™ is used to describe the role of leading and managing a schoolâ€™s provision of â€˜careers workâ€™ (a term which itself encompasses careers information, careers education and careers guidance). The title â€˜careers co-ordinatorâ€™ is the one that is currently most commonly used but in previous times holders of this post would have been called â€˜careers teacherâ€™ or â€˜head of careersâ€™. The change in the title indicates a change in role and this paper will track that change and will go on to suggest that the more recent title â€˜careers co-ordinatorâ€™ may no longer adequately describe the role as it is today.
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