Career Counselling

Unit Code: EUQ643

Contact hours: 12–15 hours per week

Unit Description

In this unit you will consider and critically evaluate a range of counselling perspectives in order to formulate a position with respect to your own career counselling practice. Career counselling, a key strategy in assisting individuals to understand their career decision-making, refers to an interpersonal process which may be conducted in individual or small group settings.

Career counselling adopts methods of personal counselling in exploring career development issues and is increasingly being conceptualised as a learning process, with the career counsellor as a facilitator. You will consider traditional and emerging career counselling processes, develop advanced skills in communication and counselling, and develop relevant aspects of ethical practice. This unit builds upon the theoretical foundations which have been established in EUQ641 and will enable you to connect these theoretical frameworks to your career counselling practice.

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