DMH Associates presents some useful resources which we have come across designed to support practitioners in their everyday work with young people and/or adults. Keep scrolling down and hopefully you will find something of interest.
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Assemblies: A selection of short reusable presentations
This is a great place to ask questions of other colleagues and a place for sharing resources.
This is packed full of latest developments and useful resources for practitioners in career development services, education, training and work with employers in England, produced by Gordon Collins, CES London.
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Careers Resources – posters and workbooks
These posters and workbooks have been tried and tested. You might like to customise the content to suit your needs.
STEM careers support
As a teacher at a school or college, you can play a pivotal role in the career development of students. To help you provide the best possible support to young people, we have put together a selection of resources, programmes and guidance.
View Employability Guide during lockdown – source Melanie Forrester – Careers Guidance Practitioner – Medstead, Hampshire
Online careers support
View the Safeguarding Guidance for Remote Work with Young People – Jacqui Phipps and Liane Hambly (April 2020)
View the How-Estonia-is-delivering-online-guidance-during-COVID-crisis.
View the Safe and ethical use of web videoconferencing for personal careers guidance
View ‘Zoom fatigue’ is taxing the brain. Here’s why that happens.
View Virtual meeting guide – simple tips to improve the experience of holding webinars and online meetings.
Using Labour Market Information (LMI)
Career development professionals need to have a good grasp of the realities of the labour market. This can be applied alongside expert skills in guidance, coaching and counselling and makes career dialogue more meaningful for the client/customer.
Careerometer2 is a freely available widget provided by the LMI for All service. It is an easy way to get access to labour market information on your own website. Careerometer 2 is the new, updated version of the Careerometer widget developed early on in the project. This widget has enhanced browser and website compatibility and displays more data. Instructions on how to embed and format to your needs is detailed.
View to access the widget
For other LMI resources view the Generic LMI Presentation and the latest National Careers Service (England) LMI regional information.
Practitioner Careers Toolkit
In this section, you can find practical workbooks for you and/or your clients. Some selected examples include:
View the positive CBT workbook for clients
View the positive CBT workbook for coaches
View positive psychology practitioner tools
View Career Decision Making Workbook
View Careers education: International Literature Review
Teachers often visit our site and ask if we have any practical tools to support work experience. Here are some selected examples of useful resources provided by teachers.
View information on staff confidence
View the student aspiration survey
View work experience presentation
View work experience presentation
View the best practice guide to organising and managing work experience placements for schools and colleges
View work experience guide
Association of School & College Leaders
Dr Bill Law at The Learning Café
Canadian Career Development Foundation
Career Defender – Outstanding Careers Education
Career Development Institute
Career Learning Cafe
Confederation of British Industry
David Andrews CEG
Education and Employers Taskforce
Institute of Employability Professionals
International Centre for Career Development & Public Policy
Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education
Life Coach Directory
National Careers Council
National Careers Service in England
National Guidance Research Forum
Northern Ireland Careers Service
Skills Development Scotland
Women’s Business Council
Warwick University IER
Whatever your interests are please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
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