The focus is on getting the right programme for you or your team, with one live, interactive, teaching seminar via Zoom or Microsoft Teams for each module, supported by coaching from experts and online resources and self study before and after each seminar.
This qualification aims to:
- provide professional development opportunities for those currently working in career guidance, in para-professional roles
- prepare you for employment in a career guidance role
- improve your underpinning knowledge, understanding and skills for your career guidance role
- improve your performance at work
The qualification has five mandatory units which cover preparation for working in the careers guidance sector, awareness of career choice theories, and meeting the needs of clients. These contribute 30 of the 45 credits required. The remaining 15 credits are covered by a carefully curated selection from the list of optional units. These recommended units selected by JGA will support you to provide efficient, effective advice and guidance services to your clients.