Ten years of FECBOP: reasons to celebrate and perspectives for the future


The 10th anniversary of the FECBOP was celebrated during the General Assembly in Bratislava, in presence of the representatives of different FECBOP members and also of political representatives of the Slovak and Czech republic (general secretary of the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family Branislav Ondrus, vice-minister of the Czech Ministry of Labour - Jan Marek"), as well as international experts from the field of career guidance.

2020-03-29T08:57:19+00:00April 22nd, 2016|

International conference and general assembly in Bratislava

slovakia-flagFECBOP in collaboration with its partners and members from Slovakia - Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family, BKS Uspech, ERVES) has an honour to invite you to the international conference Quality assurance and impact evaluation of bilan de compétences and career guidance in Europe. The conference will take place the 8th October 2015 at Austria Trend Hotel, Vysoká 7490/2A, 811 06 Bratislava, Slovakia.

2020-03-29T08:57:32+00:00September 14th, 2015|

Conference: Bilan de compétences in the service of continuous professional pathways: individual and social challenges

conferenceParis2014Members of the FECBOP together with social partners from France invite you to the conference Bilan de compétences in the service of continuous professional pathways: individual and social challenges, that will be held in Paris the 4th September 2014. The conference is organized to nourish the debates around the reform of lifelong learning and guidance in France. The conference will introduce a new vision of the bilan de compétences in France and in Europe. The expectations of a person concerning the bilan de compétences are not limited to the elaboration of a professional project, but are much broader: need for personal strategy on the labour market, need for personal accompaniment, need for recognition. European reflections in this area have preceded French work in this area and can help us enrich our analysis and guide our research of solutions.

2020-03-29T08:57:43+00:00July 11th, 2014|

Czech republic welcomes the FECBOP

prague-castle2This year's annual assembly of the FECBOP (European Federation of Centres of Career Guidance and Bilan de Compétences) was held in Prague on 19th-20th September 2013. It was organized to coincide with the final conference of a long term ESF-financed project, in which the Federation assisted the Czech National Employment Services in the development of guidance services provision.

2020-03-29T08:57:49+00:00October 10th, 2013|
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