Guidance Teachers' Meetings & News
Foster Care Service (ppt) John Role
Children in Separation (.ppt) Charlie Azzopardi
Death and its Implications for Children & Adolescents (.ppt) by Jo Christine Scicluna
Child & Adolescent - Mental Health Services (Child Guidance Clinic) by Joseph R Saliba MD FRCPsych
Malta Financial Services Authority (ppt) by Paul Vella director - Human Resourse Unit
Malta International Training Centre
Guidance Statistics 2005-2006 - Celebrating our Work & Commitments (ppt)
Option Exercise in Form 2
The Option Exercise in schools for students in Form 2 will be held during the 3rd Term in April-May. Talks to students will be carried out by the Guidance teachers in each school while Parents' Meetings will be carried out by the School Counsellors.
Transition and Option Exercise in Year 6 to Year 7
Transition exercise is carried out during the 3 & 4th week of January each year when the School Counsellors and the Guidance teachers visit the Primary schools to hold meetings for parents and all Year 6 students.
The objectives of these meetings are:
Click here for more information about: Subject Options for Year 7
Friday 21st January 2005
The Quality Service Charters for The Guidance & Counselling Services and Unit Ghozza were launched in the presence of Education Minister Hon Louis Galea: Mr.Joseph W.Izzo, OPM Permanant Secretary; Ms.Mary Rose Mifsud, Director Student Services & International Relations, distinguished guests, counsellors and Guidance teachers. Click here for photos.
TOOLS to WORK with.
"Which way now?" re Choice Options.
A young person’s learning between the ages of 14 and 19 is of great importance in preparing them for life and work. Teenagers are now at the point where they need to choose the subjects and qualifications they want to take in years 10 and 11.
They also need to start forming a view on what they will do after year 11 which will inform their subject choices now and learning options later. One thing is certain, all young people will continue to learn and should receive a learning experience which promotes equality of opportunity and is free from discrimination.
European Council Resolution about Guidance
Draft Resolution of the Council and of the representatives of the Member States meeting within the Council on Strengthening Policies, Systems and Practices in the field of Guidance throughout life in Europe.
Should this agreement be confirmed, the Council and the representatives of the Governments of the Member States meeting within the Council could adopt the enclosed Resolution.
Reforming Guidance and Counselling
The European Commission’s Expert Group on Lifelong Guidance was established to support policy development in the field of career guidance1 as part of the adaptation of the education and training systems in Europe to a framework of lifelong learning to meet the 2010 Lisbon goal.
Papers & Articles:
"CHALLENGES for CAREER GUIDANCE IN SMALL STATES"
by Professor Ronald G. Sultana
A new study on career guidance in small states. Click here to read
Review of Career Guidance Policies in 11 Acceding and Candidate Countries.
Synthesis Report - July 2003
With acknowledgment to the European Training Foundation.
click the link below to read: Publication Career guidance - FINAL layout - 300903.pdf
Lifelong Guidance and The European Challenge: Issues for Malta
|Director, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research|
|With acknowledgment to: the EUPU, Leonardo da Vinci Programme and Euroguidance Malta.|
|click here to read:||Lifelong Guidance and European Challenge.pdf|
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