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A Challenge from Policy Makers. You say you are giving powerful servicesWe trust youBUTShow us the confirmation. 2. Arrangement Practice-Research Dialog. 1999: First International Symposium on Career Development and Public PolicyEstablishment of International Center for Career Development and Public PolicyIAEVG has been a dynamic supporter of the International CentreInternational symposiums held in
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Exhibiting the Impact of Careers Guidance Lester Oakes President IAEVG Karen Schober Vice-president IAEVG Bryan Hiebert Vice-president IAEVG

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A Challenge from Policy Makers You say you are giving viable administrations We trust you BUT Show us the confirmation

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Policy-Practice-Research Dialog 1999: First International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy Establishment of International Center for Career Development and Public Policy IAEVG has been a dynamic supporter of the International Center International symposiums held in Canada, Australia, Scotland, New Zealand 2009: Sixth International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy Predominating subject was Prove it Works

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Overview IAEVG has been a dynamic member in past symposiums and result centered, confirm based, hone has been a vital piece of IAEVG key arranging Update from European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network Update from Canadian Research working Group on Evidence-based Practice in Career Development

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Karen Schober will redesign us on what is going on in the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network

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Outcome Focused Evidence-Based Practice Input ��  Process ��  Outcome Framework created by the Canadian Research Working Group on Evidence-Based Practice in Career Development

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Outcome-Focused Evidence-Based Practice Input ��  Process ��  Outcome Indicators of customer change Learning results Knowledge and abilities connected to mediation Personal characteristic results Changes in dispositions, Intrapersonal factors (self-regard, inspiration, freedom) Impact results Impact of #1 & #2 on customer\'s life, e.g., business status, selected in preparing Societal and social effect Economic effect

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Outcome-Focused Evidence-Based Practice Input ��  Process ��  Outcome Activities that connection to yields or deliverables Generic intercessions Working collusion, microskills, and so forth. Particular mediations Interventions utilized by specialist co-ops Skills utilized by specialist co-ops Home practice finished by customers Programs offered by office Involvement by 3 rd parties

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Evidence-based Outcome-centered Practice Input ��  Process ��  Outcome Resources accessible Staff Number of staff, level of preparing, sort of preparing Funding Budget Service rules Agency command Facilities Infrastructure Community assets

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Outcome-Focused Evidence-Based Practice Input ��  Process ��  Outcome Intervention = Process + Outcome What will I do? + How is it functioning? Proficient Practitioner

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Evidence-based Practice Research trials (customary route in brain science) Professional Practitioner Purposeful mediation Data (= confirm) on what was done Evidence on customer change Look for examples in information connecting intercession with result Develop logical disposition toward practice Skepticism Curiosity Inquiry

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Intervention Planning & Intervention Evaluation Intervention Planning Framework Client Outcomes • Knowledge • Skills • Attributes • Impact Context: Client Needs Client Goals Counselor Strategy Client Strategy ��  1 3 2 12

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Intervention Planning & Intervention Evaluation Intervention Planning Framework Client Outcomes • Knowledge • Skills • Attributes • Impact Context: Client Needs Client Goals Counselor Strategy Client Strategy ��  Intervention Evaluation Framework ��  Inputs Processes Outcomes

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Accessibility Regular hours Extended hours Physical availability Resources in exchange design Ease of get to, who can get to Timeliness % calls replied by third ring Wait time for arrangement Wait time in holding up room Responsiveness Respect from staff Courteous administration Clear correspondence Overall fulfillment % rating administration great or phenomenal % referrals from different customers Quality of Service Delivery Need to arrange these with funders

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Comprehensive Service Evaluation Quality Service structure Service conveyance Client volumes Client showing issues Number of sessions Service measures Staff qualifications, abilities, assets Efficiency (at customer needs being met?) System necessities Adherence to order Completion of printed material Cost-viability

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Negotiated results If you are fortunate, funders may distinguish individual traits [client inspiration, enhanced occupation fulfillment, expanded self-confidence] or learning, or aptitudes, as responsibility markers BUT more probable funders will recognize affect results [employment status, enrolment in preparing, decreased # of debilitated days, expanded profitability, etc.] or inputs [client stream, openness, auspiciousness of printed material, etc.] So specialist organizations need to distinguish the learning, aptitudes, individual properties that will create the effects and arrange these as responsibility pointers Be cautious what you guarantee to convey BUT convey what you guarantee Promise little – DELIVER BIG

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Assessment as Decision Making (versus Judgment) Please utilize a two-stage process Would you say that your level of authority of the trait under contemplations is Then relegate the proper rating 0 = truly very poor 1 = pretty much OK, yet not exactly 2 = OK, but rather scarcely 4 = truly great 3 = in the middle of scarcely OK and better than average unsuitable adequate 0 1 2 3 4 0 4

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Problem with aptitude self-appraisal Participants made a request to rate their ability (or information) previously, then after the fact a program Often, pre-workshop scores are high and post-workshop scores are lower People discover therefore of the workshop that they knew short of what they thought or had less expertise than they suspected Based on the new mindfulness, post-scores are lower People don\'t know what they don\'t know How would we be able to get around this issue?

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inadmissible satisfactory 0 1 2 3 4 Assessing Learning & Attribute Outcomes Post-Pre Assessment We might want you to look at yourself now and before the workshop. Knowing what you know now , how might you rate yourself before the workshop, and how might you rate yourself now? If you don\'t mind utilize a two-stage handle: Decide whether the trademark being referred to is worthy or inadmissible , then allot the fitting rating 0 4

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CRWG: Ongoing Projects Validate structure and approach ACT assessment Field test mediations Develop assessment segment as a component of intercession SME extend Field trial of expert utilize LMI extend coming soon

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Applied Career Transitions Program Module 1 Building Career Foundations Module 2 Developing Career Opportunities Module 3 Getting Experience: The Internship On-line Program Curriculum Program Access Options On-line just Coached (four honing arrangements for every module) Coached with In-class Group Sessions (four drilling arrangements and four gathering sessions for each module)

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Results: Post-Pre Assessment For Module 1 All together there were10 (things) x 29 (members) = 290 appraisals Pre: 144 Unacceptable Ratings and 6 Exceptional Ratings Post: 3 Unacceptable Ratings and 130 Exceptional Ratings Exceptional Ratings expanded from 2 to 44% of the members Pre: half Unacceptable Ratings; Post: 86% Acceptable Ratings

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Results: Impact results Module 1 23 out of 29 had found a vocation 10 of the employments fixed up well with profession vision Module 2 4 out of 6 had found an occupation 3 of the occupations fixed up well with vocation vision

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Attribution for Change To what degree would you say that the progressions delineated above were the consequence of finishing Module 1 of the ACT program, and to what degree would they say they were an element of different calculates your life?

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WSI Project Career Development in SMEs 25 Career Development intercessions for Small and Medium Enterprises to advance individual proprietorship for profession arranging and inside association vocation versatility Three sorts of mediation Minimal: Web-based self improvement mediation Moderate: On-the-occupation vocation discussions with directors, bosses, partners Intensive: Bilan des capabilities

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WSI Project 26 General approach Literature audit What is know officially about the three regions of mediation Formal needs appraisal Design mediation AND assessment arrange Field test intercession Consolidate assessment confirm Final report Market comes about

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WSI Project 27 General outcomes All 3 intercessions worked Different projects intended for various purposes requiring distinctive assets Chose the approach that best addresses hierarchical issues It\'s ideal to accomplish something than nothing

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Practitioner Field Tests Use and effect of Labor Market Information (LMI) Isolate LMI from different intercessions Participant investigate approach Normal customers looking for administration Agencies offering administrations Use Post-Pre approach

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Research Design Job Search Intervention CDM Time 2 Time 1 Delivery Assisted Independent

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LMI: General Results All mediation conveyance blends created huge change General capacity to get to and utilize LMI Knowledge about how to utilize LMI Skills for utilizing LMI and making a move Personal properties, e.g., hopefulness, certainty Assisted utilize delivered more noteworthy change crosswise over time than autonomous utilize 80% of customers credit change to the program and not different components

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On the Horizon Common Indicators Project Identify 3-5 markers of progress that all offices will gather Focus gatherings to distinguish results and information source Aggregate outcomes crosswise over organizations Increase force of results

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Resources Available Major give an account of assessment practices Special issue of Canadian Journal of Counseling Sample apparatuses and information gathering instruments Evaluation exercise manual Presentation notes, control point slides, and so on. Study/needs appraisal for self improvement intercession http://www.crw

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