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Supporting parents and carers in providing career guidance
In the dramatically changed labour market, it will be critical to ensure that young people in education receive the best possible careers support.
Parents and carers also need support, so that they can help effectively.

They have an ever increasingly crucial role to play with careers support, so it is important to understand what works. An international study that was undertaken in 2019-2020 found that parental engagement in CEG is moving away from passive forms of involvement and information giving, to creating spaces for active engagement, collaboration and communication between parents and educational institutions.

This webinar examines what works.

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Australia

Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland, ACT - 19:00
South Australia, Northern Territory - 18:30
Western Australia - 17:00

International

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Jul 30, 2020 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Jenny Bimrose
Professor @University of Warwick
Professor Jenny Bimrose has over forty years' experience in higher education, researching, teaching at post-graduate level and managing projects, nationally and internationally. One of her ongoing research strands relates to the effective use of labour market information (LMI) in career guidance practice. Other research strands relate to the role of careers guidance in the career biographies of young people and adults making transitions into and through the labour market; the practical application of career adaptability; the career progression of women in the labour market, internationally; lifelong guidance policies and practice across Europe; and the integration of parents and carers in careers education and guidance.
Sally-Anne Barnes
Dr @University of Warwick
Dr Sally-Anne Barnes is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick. With an established track record in research, she has worked on and managed a range of projects in the area of careers, work and technology for over 17 years. Her international research projects have investigated the impact of technology on work and the transformation of careers and the labour market, plus how individuals engage with lifelong guidance and learning across the life course, navigate the labour market and the narratives around these transitions and decisions. Sally-Anne currently manages the IER Doctoral programme at Warwick.