Veilederforum.no is an online resource for career guidance professionals. Veilederforum.no is managed by the Directorate for Higher Education and Skills (HK-dir).
The goal of Veilederforum.no is to:
- make research, relevant subject matter, current information and resources easily accessible to career guidance professionals
- make an important contribution to skills development and to strenghten professional community
- facilitate efficient exchange of information for career guidance professionals in different sectors
Are you writing an article for Veilederforum.no? You can find the editorial guidelines here
Articles in English
Veilederforum.no translate and publish articles in Norwegian from time to time that are originally submitted in English. You can find the English articles here:
Career guidance for marginalized groups
Guest editor Dr. Emma Bolger, lecturer and the programme leader of the MSc in Career Guidance and Development, at the University of the West of Scotland, , has processed and edited several articles on career guidance for marginalized groups:
What do you bring into your guidance practice? And what remains with you when the client has left? Read the article, Practitioner Wellbeing, written by Associate Professor Gill Frigerio, Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Warwick.
Career guidance throughout the lifespan: Working with clients with dementia
Although there has been increased attention on the support needs of older workers and disabled people, up until now there has been a lack of consideration of the career guidance needs of people with dementia. Read the article Career guidance throughout the lifespan: Working with clients with dementia written by Dr Laura Lebec and Dr Louise Ritchie.
Theoretical explorations for career guidance in times of change
Guest editor Dr. Ingela Bergmo Prvulovic, Ass. Professor in Education at the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden, has processed and edited several articles on theoretical explorations for career guidance in times of change. You can find the articles edited by Dr. Ingela Bergmo Prvulovic here.