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ESVDC Newsletter 1/2016
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ESVDC Newsletter 1/2016

European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counselling

Upcomming ESVDC Events

Dear Colleagues, Dear Friends,
 
We would like to remind you that our General Assembly 2016 will take place at the Institute of Pedagogy, University of Wroclaw on Wednesday June 8th, 2016 starting at 10:30, with the award ceremony for the ‘2016 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Vocational Designing and Career Counseling’.
At 12.00 we will have the keynote from the ESVDC distinguishing award.
 
Before the General Assembly we will organize one ESVDC Symposium "Guidance and counseling promoting decent work: old problems, new challenges" (9.30 to 10.30) (chair Maria Eduarda Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal).
 
In the same conference we will also have the European Doctoral Programme in Career Guidance and Counselling – ECADOC Symposium "The European Doctoral School ECADOC: Roots, Present and Future" (Chair: Jerome Rossier, University of Lausanne, Switzerland).
 
Detailed information is available on the ESVDC website. www.esvdc.org
 
We look forward to seeing you soon in Wroclaw and send you our warm regards.
                 
 Andreas Hirschi (Secretary ESVDC) & Laura Nota (President ESVDC)

ESVDC Scientific Symposium

The ESVDC will host a scientific symposium at the
UNESCO Chair on Lifelong Guidance and Counseling International scientific conference
June 6 - 8 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland
 

Guidance and counseling promoting decent work: old problems, new challenges

Chair: Prof. Maria Eduarda Duarte

Presentations by:
David Blustein, Boston College, USA: "The impact of work in people's lives: Implications for career practice, research, and policy".

Marcelo Ribeiro, University of S. Paulo, Brazil: "Towards diversified ways to promote decent work: a career guidance and counseling proposal for informal workers".

Kobus Maree, University of Pretoria, South Africa, & Annamaria di Fabio, University of Firenze, Italy: "How can career counseling impact positively on omproving the living conditions of people with poverty?: A 'filling the half-empty glass' perspective.

Lea Ferrari, Teresa Maria Sgaramella, Salvatore Soresi, Maria Cristina Ginevra, Laura Nota, University of Padova e University of Milano Bicocca: 'New lines of work for a future of quality: argumentation, courage and career adaptability'

ECADOC Symposium

The will be a ECADOC symposium at the
UNESCO Chair on Lifelong Guidance and Counseling International scientific conference
June 6 - 8 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland
 
The European Doctoral School ECADOC: Roots, Present and Future
Chair: Prof. Jerome Rossier, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Presentations by:
Jean-Pierre Dauwalder, University of Lausanne, Switzerland: "Strategic Challenges behind the ECADOC Project" 

Caroline Arnoux, Marie Line Robinet and Valerie Cohen-Scali, Cnam, Paris, France : "Experience of doctoral students involved in an ECADOC summer school" 

Sara Santilli, Ilaria Di Maggio, Salvatore Soresi, Maria Cristina Ginevra and Laura Nota, University of Padova, Italy: "Joint research projects: Ideas, actions, collaborations"

Rie Thomsen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark: “Spporting ECADOC early stage researchers through collective academic supervision”

Chiara Annovazzi, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy, Maria Cristina Ginevra, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy, Andronikos Kaliris, University of Athens, Greece, Ernesto Lodi, University of Sassari, Italy, & Laurent Sovet, Cnam, Paris, France: “Life design resources and career decision: a cross-cultural research in three European countries”

ECADOC Third Summer School

 
The third summer school of the European Doctoral Programme in Career Guidance and Counselling (ECADOC) will be held in Lausanne, Switzerland, from the 5th to the 10th of September 2016. Speakers from around the world will offer presentations and workshops on various subjects relating to career counseling. In particular, we will have two workshops given by Susan Whiston from the Indiana University in the United States and Paulo Cardoso from the University of Évora, Portugal. Their participation will give the participants an opportunity to work closely together with them and in smaller groups.
 
The first one-day workshop offered by Susan Whiston will be about increasing understanding, awareness, and knowledge related to clinical supervision in career counseling. Models of supervision will be discussed as well as the importance of the supervision relationship. The presentation will also include an exploration of cultural, contextual, and ethical factors in supervision and will conclude with a discussion of the importance of evaluation and gatekeeping in the field of career guidance and counseling.
 
The second workshop offered by Paulo Cardoso will aim at introducing participants to two idiographic assessment approaches of client change in career counseling: the Innovative Moments Coding System (IMCS), and the Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) model. After each approach is presented, the participants will be able to do some exercises using what they have just learned and will be able to analyze the advantages and limitations of these techniques.
 
As usual, other parts of the summer school will give full presence to the 28 doctoral researchers, who will be able to present their research topics, and engage in discussions with fellow researchers on research challenges of their choice. Furthermore, two series of research methodology workshops (qualitative and quantitative) will be offered, among which the participants can decide. Additionally, the participants will enjoy several keynotes and the opportunity to engage in discussions on burning issues like the long-term impact of vocational education, career counseling in economic crisis, or research priorities concerning career guidance and counselling.
 
On a more recreational note, we will have the opportunity to visit the Art Brut Museum in Lausanne. It is an exhibition of Art where the creators are using generally unprecedented means and materials and are in no way obligated to any artistic traditions, preferring to avail themselves of highly singular figurative means.
 
Overall, this third edition of ECADOC will be a great opportunity for the doctoral researchers from 21 countries to build connections and meet with experts in the field of career counseling. It encourages networking, enables everyone to learn one from another, and be up to date with the research and happenings in the field. 
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