The profession of occupational counsellor means providing occupational counselling services in such institutions as: labour market and business organisations and institutions and uniformed services institutions. Students build their palette of career coaching techniques and learn to support people in looking for and changing jobs.
Occupational Counselling is one of the means of advising and supporting people to find work and develop professionally. The chief aim of this course on Occupational Counselling with Elements of Career Coaching is to prepare students to be able to competently use the client advisory process as a method to help the client to find a footing in the labour environment, to help them make a realistic choice or change their job.
The course prepares students to serve as occupational counsellors in various labour market and business organisations and institutions. Students build their palette of career coaching techniques and learn to support people in looking for and changing jobs. Students learn about issues related to occupational counselling, auditing and career coaching, human resources management in organisations and labour law.
This course is directed to the staff of HR departments and others interested in career coaching; persons who expect to support the career development of others and themselves; graduates, persons interesting in a job in vocational activation (including of persons who had been laid off and persons with disabilities) and who want an introduction to the issues of occupational counselling.