Career counselling accentuate a life-span and holistic way where trained career coaches helps clients to clarify, define, implement, and adjust to work related issues or decisions. Career counselling addresses the interaction of work with other life characters. The purpose of this career counselling assessment is to provide measurements that are valid and reliable. Eminent and well used tools will carry on to be high in demand and will be up to date to be used. But career coaches must be attentive to new assessments that have once again show reliability and validity in it.
Although I determined my career goals a couple of years ago, this course helped me to make a comprehensive career plan including identifying short and long-term goals, recognizing my strength and challenges, defining my values, and developing strategies to reach my goals. Essentially solely focusing on career plan make vague ideas solid and foster the self-confidence. As Super stated this is also self-maturation process (Andersen &Vandehey, 2012), so that it is not possible to make a difference among other candidates without gaining self-awareness and learning the world of work. In this regards, I believe that my career goal fits into my interest, skills, and values. Essentially, I have always been curious about the lifespan development and
2. The link between career counselling, career coaching and career maturity. 2.1 Introduction Career coaching and career counselling are both considered to be career development activities, thus falling under the umbrella of the ongoing process towards individual progression, called career development. With regard to the previously discussed definitions of career maturity, in the context of career development career maturity may be described as the goal or outcome of continues growth. Even though career maturity is not a fixed point for the purpose of this discussion it is described as a goal, thus career maturity is achieving a certain way of doing things.
Moreover, they have to open their hearts and minds in order to solve their problem. The various counseling needs that emerge in different background define the career opportunities and specialization of counselors. It includes career counseling, child and adolescent counseling, group counseling, marriage and family counseling, mental health counseling and school counseling. Career Counseling is a progressing and challenging field of counseling wherein counselees need help to guide them to decide and plan for their career. (Dela Cruz et al., 2016) Career counseling for everyone who needs a guide with the path they are going to take to achieve for what they are aiming to become as the next generations’ future and this is usual on graduating students.
Since online education can be taken from anywhere and anytime, the students have more time to socialize with their family and friends. Online education supports the idea of students to work and study at the same time, so this allows some students to have a part time job to fill in their free time. This job allows the students to interact with other people too and the students can use the money that they earned for their other social life purposes such as travelling. Argument 3: Time
The review of the related literature for this study focuses on the different studies concerning career readiness, and its factors, and job mismatch. CAREER READINESS Guidance when it comes to career planning among students starts early on in the schooling of each student. As early as Nursery, Guidance Counselors / Facilitators and teachers orient pupils to different occupations available and as students transcend to higher levels of education, career education becomes important to help them shape and solidify their career path. Different factors affecting a person’s career readiness have been tackled and studied over the years. Some of these are personal (i.e.
The proposed Online Career Guidance System will make it easy for students to access the information they need. It will guide students through the process of choosing a career option and provide them help about that selected choice along with giving access to verified sites that could help them. The system will also allow students to collect all the information they require and store it in a manner that makes it easy to access. Students will also have access to useful student testimonies and articles by counsellors. This project mainly done for the purpose of students.
3. Challenges faced by facilitator/instructor in Online Support The strategies and techniques as well as technology used in online tutoring vary according to the context for the learning experience, the pedagogy adopted and the needs of students. However, there are some issues and experiences that cut across most learning situations. Issues can be; technology issues, issue in selecting tools techniques and structures for online learning, participation issues. Technology issues - Tutors and students need to have technology related skill in order for online learning to be successful.
By having “someone” to go to ask questions and discuss scenarios, mentees can learn the ropes much more quickly and not feel that they have nowhere to turn to for help. (Joseph C, n.d) Mentees are able to be more prepared to handle their work role and perform their work more competently with increased confidence they experienced as a result of being integrated fully into the role. Mentorship also helps to create a culture of learning as it empowers learning in ways that training programs or manuals cannot achieve. Through individualized training during mentorship, it reduces the time require for knowledge transfer by providing direct access to a range of experts and peers who can share the required knowledge and skills in an environment that promotes rapid learning. (Chronus,