What is the Cross-Border Seminar

Euroguidance Cross Border Seminars (CBS) is an initiative started in 2005 by three Euroguidance centres (Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia) who decided to organize an event dedicated to practitioners, experts and decision makers in the field of career guidance in order to discuss current trends and to share good practices an innovation in the field.

Today 11 European countries participate in this event: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovakia. By rotation, each year one Euroguidance centre hosts the event and gathers the guidance community around a topic of interest at national and international level. The agenda of the CBS comprise plenary sessions and workshops held by experts from the 11 countries in order to create a friendly and practical framework for participants to exchange their professional experiences, find out about good practices from different countries, discuss new ideas, network together and discover the beauty and the culture of the country and the city where the CBS is taking place.

The theme of each CBS is analized through national surveys, collected yearly in a CBS compendium. The outcomes of the CBS are collected in a compendium of articles authored by the experts running the workshops.

Previous editions of CBS:

2017 – “Guidance 4.0: Innovative practices for new skills”, Belgrade, Serbia

2016 – “Cross cultural guidance and international careers – Integrating migrants and minorities“, Potsdam, Germany

2015 – “Methods, techniques and tools to diagnose competences”, Retz, Austria

2014 – “Counselling methods for fighting youth unemployment”, Zagreb, Croatia

2013 – “Methods, techniques and tools to diagnose competences”, Warsaw, Poland

2012 – “Career management skills”, Bled, Slovenia

2011 – “Innovative tools and methods in career guidance and counselling”, Budapest, Hungary

2010 – “Who cares for those who care?”, Bratislava, Slovakia

2009 – “’Career guidance without barriers: how can career guidance help overcome barriers in the world of education and labour market”, Tabor, Czech Republic

2005-2008 – Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia:

  • “Guidance in institutions of higher education”” (2007)

  • “Transition from secondary schools to the world of work” (2006)

  • “Psychological methods in career and vocational guidance” (2005)

More information about the CBS previous editions and compendia can be found here.

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