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Career Development:Identity,Innovation and Impact. International Conference

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Fazeley Studios

Fazeley Streer

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dmh associates holds its first International Conference in central Birmingham, England on 10 October 2019.

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This International Conference with leading experts from around the world is aimed at leaders, managers and practitoners from public, private and third sector organisations.

The aim of this one-day conference is to bring together practitioners, academics, policy makers and technology innovators from the UK and further afield to focus on career development policies, research and practice that makes a different to individuals, communities and our economy. We will examime the evidence-base underpinning key themes.

Delegates attending will receive a practical Takeaway Toolkit drawing on best practice exemplars.

Confirmed speakers include:

• Emeritus Professor Hubert Hermans, Dutch psychologist and Creator of Dialogical Self-Theory

• Dr Reineke Lengelle, Assistant Professor interdisciplinary studies at Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada and researcher at The Hague University of Applied Sciences

• Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE, international expert in careers policy, research and practice

• 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 expert sessions include the following themes:

 Digital advancements in career development services

 Career coaching, identity and ethics

 Schools and employer engagement work in primary and post-primary education

 Vocational developments in a changing world of work

 Changing identities: innovative work with vulnerable young people and adults not in education, employment and/or training (NEETs)

Expert Panel to be announced shortly

The conference will pay tribute to the seminal works of Prof. Frans Meijers and Dr Bill Law and the lasting legacies of their research and practical ideas for career development.

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