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Career Development FrameworkHooley, Tristram; Career Development Institute (Career Development Institute, 2021)This document introduces the CDI’s Career Development Framework to careers professionals, educators and other professionals who work supporting people to develop their careers. Its main purpose is to clarify the skills, knowledge and attitudes that individuals need to have a positive career and to provide a framework for planning support for career development.
Career Development Framework: Using the Framework to support career education and guidance in secondary schools (Key stage 3 - post-16)Hooley, Tristram; Career Development Institute (Career Development Institute, 2021)This document introduces the CDI’s Career Development Framework for secondary schools. It clarifies the skills, knowledge and attitudes that individuals need to have a positive career and explores how secondary schools can support pupils to build their career development skills. A ‘positive career’ will mean something different to different people, but it will typically include being happy with the way you spend your time, being able to make a contribution to your community and being able to have a decent standard of living.
Enhancing professionalism - progressing the career development sectorJohnson, Claire; Neary, Siobhan; Career Development Institute; International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) (National Institute for Career Education and Counselling (NICEC), 2015-10)Much has changed in the career development sector since the launch of the Careers Profession Task Force report, ‘Towards a Strong Careers Profession’ in 2010. The report made recommendations for enhancing the professionalism of the career sector including the establishment of an overarching professional body, new qualification levels and common professional standards. The Careers Profession Alliance (CPA) and then the Career Development Institute (CDI), launched in April 2013 have striven to facilitate the sector to be stronger and more cohesive by addressing these recommendations. This article explores what was needed, what has been achieved and plans for the future.