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Evropské politiky týkající se kariérového poradenství - Anglické verze

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  • Resolution of the Council and of the Representatives of the Governments of the Member States, on better integrating lifelong guidance into lifelong learning strategies, 2008

This resolution emphasises the need to strengthen the implementation of an active guidance policy within the framework of national lifelong learning strategies. Read Full Report

  • Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council on key competences for lifelong learning, 2006

This recommendation puts forward a reference tool identifying the key competences for lifelong learning. Read Full Report

  • Resolution on Strengthening Policies, Systems and Practices in the field of Guidance throughout life in Europe, 2004

Adopted during the Irish Presidency in 2004, this resolution sets out jointly held views on guidance and is a significant step forward for the recognition of guidance as a key element in education and training. 'In the context of lifelong learning, guidance refers to a range of activities that enables citizens of any age and at any point in their lives to identify their capacities, competences and interests, to make educational, training and occupational decisions and to manage their individual life paths in learning, work and other settings in which these capacities and competences are leaned and/or used.' Read Full Report

  • Council Resolution on lifelong learning, 2002

The Council welcomes the Commission communication of November 2001 on "Making a European area of lifelong learning a reality". It also welcomes the fact that this communication established lifelong learning as one of the guiding principles for education and training. Read Full Report

  • Copenhagen Declaration, 2002

The Bruges/Copenhagen initiative addresses the key issues of quality, transparency and mutual trust for VET qualifications within the European Union. The strengthening of policies, systems and practices for information, guidance and counselling is an initial priority in the Bruges initiative, not only to support European mobility but also for integrating VET policies into a broader lifelong learning perspective. Read Full Report

  • Making a European Area of Lifelong Learning a Reality, 2001

Making a European area of lifelong learning a reality: communication from the Commission. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2001. (COM (2001) 678). Read Full Report

  • Bologna Declaration, 2000

A memorandum on lifelong learning. Brussels: European Commission, 2000, 36 p. (SEC (2000) 1832). Read Full Report