Plans are well underway to host dmh associates first International Conference in central Birmingham, England on 10 October 2019.
The aim of this one-day conference is to bring together practitioners, academics, policymakers an d technology innovators from the UK and further afield to focus on career development policies, research and practice that makes a difference to individuals, communities and our economy.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE, international expert in careers policy, research and practice
- Dr Reineke Lengelle, Assistant Professor interdisciplinary studies at Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada and researcher at The Hague University of Applied Sciences
- Emeritus Professor Hubert Hermans, Dutch psychologist and Creator of Dialogical Self-Theory
- Liane Hambly, co-author of ‘Creative Career Coaching’ and inspirational educator of career development professionals
- Professor Graham Attwell, international adviser on the use of ICT, labour market intelligence (LMI) and learning analytics
- Nick Chambers, CEO, and Dr Elnaz Kashefpakdel, Head of Research, Education and Employers, London leading on international research and developments in primary and post-primary schooling.
Highly interactive workshop sessions include the following themes:
- Digital advancements in national and European careers services
- Career coaching, philosophy and narrative counselling
- Career guidance, vocational and technical education
- Schools and employer engagement work in primary and post-primary education
- Changing identities in a modern world, including higher education developments
- The evidence-base underpinning careers support services
- The future of work and lifelong guidance in the workplace.
Delegates attending will receive a resource pack including materials and activities that can be applied in practice with copies of all presentations. To enable us to plan well for this forthcoming conference please click on this link below to register for a place at the event:
The full programme will be published shortly.