The Guidance Department of the Paulo Freire Adult Education Centre offers information on courses and employment, adapted to the profile of the adults who study in these centres.
El Servicio de Ordenación Educativa de Málaga presenta esta serie de vídeos en los que se presentan 21 de las 26 familias profesionales de Formación Profesional en un formato breve y cercano con testimonios del alumnado que cursa y del profesorado que imparte dichas enseñanzas.
Professional profiles in the training cycles. Choose your occupation: most relevant occupations in each training cycle. Link to ESCO (European Classification of Skills, Qualifications and Occupations).
Website of the Women's Institute of the Region of Murcia with multiple resources to learn about and choose a profession free of sexist prejudices. The format of the guide corresponds to a grouping of professions by fields and the subsequent detail in an individual file for each professional option that includes summaries of biographies of recognised women in the profession or other data considered of interest from a gender equality perspective.
The GPS Project was created in 2006 by the City Council of Vitoria-Gasteiz to help young people in the free choice of studies without gender bias. The GPS on-line guide can be used with three profiles: 1) Young people: videos of occupations, advice on how to create a CV, the organisation chart of the education system; 2) Teachers or guidance counsellors: work material for tutorials and other resources; and 3) Parents: tools to help their children decide on their professional future.
A basic introductory guide to job search using the Web 2.0, which analyses personal branding and its relationship with employment 2.0, as well as some social networks where it is necessary to position oneself to maximise the chances of finding a job. It also provides an in-depth guide to personal interviews. It includes the most relevant social networks, such as Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and Google+ as well as a part dedicated to personal branding and how to do job interviews.
The Ibercaja Orienta educational tool is a digital service that provides young people, parents and educators with the information they need to make the right choice of educational pathways.
Interactive tool that offers results on possible training pathways based on the data provided by each person according to their age and previous studies.
STEM is an acronym that refers to the areas of knowledge in which scientists and engineers typically work - science, technology, engineering and mathematics. A focus on STEM learning is necessary for students to be competitive in the future workforce.
An easy-to-read guide "Highly employable" to help people with intellectual disabilities to find a job.
This book on the trades and their working conditions is an initiative of the Ministry of Labour and Social Security of Uruguay, in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO). It is adapted for school-age children to generate an exchange with teachers, students and families about the trades, their working conditions and the value of decent work.
A television programme that summarises current events in the world of work, with information on the situation, grants and training courses, and specialist guests. The programme features job offers, reports and interviews.
The National Institute of Qualifications (INCUAL), as established in the Organic Law 5/2002 on Qualifications and Vocational Training, is an administrative body attached to the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training that prepares and keeps updated the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications and the corresponding Modular Catalogue of Training. Within the page, the professional families section allows you to find complete information on each family and data on occupations and the labour market.
Dynamic and practical website that can be used by job seekers to improve their chances of finding employment. Its purpose is to serve as a transmission belt for the information published in different sources and to bring together, as far as possible, the enormous amount of information related to the labour market, guidance and employment that appears in these media.
Includes official information on benefits, finding a job, training, job offers, labour market, employment contracts, sectoral prospective studies.
Updated and very complete list of official qualifications and non-regulated training courses offered in Spain, describing in detail their characteristics, the subjects taught, professional opportunities, etc.
The application What and Where to study has been created to provide students who want to access Spanish universities with a set of information that will be useful when deciding which degree to study and where to study it. The data come from the Register of Universities, Centres and Degrees and the Integrated University Information System. It has three functionalities: degree search (Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees in Spanish universities), probable performance (according to variables related to access) and labour market insertion (with indicators such as the rate of affiliation, percentage of self-employed...).
VET studies are structured into 26 professional families and, within them, into Basic Vocational Training qualifications, Intermediate Level qualifications and Higher Level qualifications, opens in a new window. The TodoFP search engine allows you to find each training cycle, the modules that make it up, where you can study, the type of education and the teaching method.
Online questionnaires to advise on the choice of VET studies.
Questionnaire 1: Choice of Intermediate Level. It consists of 120 professional tasks linked to each cycle and to score from 1 to 10. Approximate time: 30 minutes.
Questionnaire 2: Choice of Higher Level. It consists of 180 professional tasks linked to each cycle and to score from 1 to 10. Approximate time: 40 minutes.
As a result, users get scores for the five Cycles of greatest interest to the user. In addition, it provides information on each of them, information on the syllabus, opportunities, videos, other related cycles, etc.
It includes links to open educational resources on academic and vocational guidance, duly labelled and commented.