logging in or signing up CAREER-guidance-and-counseling aSGuest89957 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 1557 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: March 14, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript UNDERSTANDING CAREER GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING: UNDERSTANDING CAREER GUIDANCE AND COUNSELINGA TRUE STORY: A TRUE STORY Early ambitions - perception, experience, interest Making choices Course determined - encouraged, taken up with no clear understanding TRY - to like - to love a discovery at WMU acceptance of true callingWHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING: WHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING 1. To assist the individual to understand selfWHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING: WHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING 2. To enable the individual know what are the career options or employment that are availableWHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING: WHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING 3. To improve the individual ability to make decisions and changesWHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING: WHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING 4. To empower the individual to enhance knowledge, skills and attitute to fit career choiceWHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING: WHY NEED CAREER GUIDANCE & COUNSELING 5. To assist the individual in career placementsDEFINITION - CAREER: DEFINITION - CAREER A career is a series of separate but related jobs that provides continuity, order and meaning to the person’s working lifeDEFINITION - GUIDANCE: DEFINITION - GUIDANCE Oxford Dictionary Advise Show the wayDEFINITION - GUIDANCE: DEFINITION - GUIDANCE Activities involve : 1. Orientation 2. Education and career information 3. Individual inventories 4. Counseling 5. Placement 6. Follow-up servicesA expert opinion: A expert opinion Sharifah Alwiyah (1986) stated that “since counseling is part of guidance, therefore all counseling is guidance, but not all guidance is counseling.”DEFINITION - COUNSELING: DEFINITION - COUNSELING Counseling is a process of helping individual or group of individuals to know themselves and find the way toward solving their problems as well as being responsible towards the decisions that they take. Mohd Yunus Md Noor (1982)BASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 6 basic QUESTIONS to askBASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 1. Who am I? - my interest - my values - my level of achievement - my skills - my personality - where do I want to work and liveBASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 2. Where am I? - which stage of life am I at? - what kind of career pattern do I want?BASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 3. How satisfied am I? Involve analysis of all my important life roles: child, student, spouse, parent, employee, friend, consumer, citizen, leisure-user, etc Identify your roles. Priorities them.BASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 4. What changes do I want? Review goals, behavior, belief, interest, needs, achievements, where I live, etcBASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 5. How do I make them happen? After identify what change you want Set your goals Create an action plan Do itBASIC QUESTIONS: BASIC QUESTIONS 6. What if it doesn’t work out? How do one cope with it? Who can assist? What to do next?BASIC SKILLS : BASIC SKILLS 6 basic SKILLS to developBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 1. Knowing selfBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 2. Learning from experienceBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 3. Research SkillsBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 4. Setting goals and action planningBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 5. Making decisionsBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 6. Looking after yourselfBASIC SKILLS: BASIC SKILLS 7. CommunicatingA SAYING: A SAYING Luck is the crossroads where preparation meet opportunityA SAYING: A SAYING “We may run out of today, but we’ll never run out of tomorrow.” Joel Barker You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.