Training Career Practitioners for the Current Context
Niles, S. G., Vuorinen, R., & Siwiec, A. K. (2020). Training Career Practitioners for the Current Context. In J. A. Athanasou, & H. N. Perera (Eds.), International Handbook of Career Guidance (pp. 529-553). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-25153-6_25
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Training programs for career practitioners continue to increase in both quantity and quality. For example, international opportunities for those interested in career development facilitator training have increased substantially during the past decade. In this chapter we provide highlights of these developments as they have occurred throughout the world. The chapter details the substantial variability that exists regarding the training career practitioners receive. Finally, we make recommendations regarding minimal training standards and the need for more uniform language within our profession.
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