International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) - Research areas - University of Derby

International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS)

iCeGS iCeGS is an applied research centre specialising in career development and employability

iCeGS news

TEAN Conference in Birmingham - promotes Critical Guides for Teacher Educators - Available now...

16 May 2017

TEAN Conference in Birmingham last week promotes fantastic series of Critical Guides for Teacher Educators.

iCeGS Annual Lecture 2016 by Professor Rie Thomsen: Career guidance in communities - A model for reflexive practice

11 May 2017

iCeGS Annual Lecture 2016 by Professor Rie Thomsen: Career guidance in communities - A model for reflexive practice. We are now pleased to announce that Rie has published a paper which sets out the main points of her research.

iCeGS project news

ERASMUS+ Project - MYFUTURE met at University of Derby on Wednesday 15th, Thursday 16th & Friday 17th February 2017

22 February 2017

The International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGs) hosted the initial meeting for an Erasmus+ project ‘MYFUTURE’ last week with partners from Hertfordshire, Italy, Malta and Romania in attendance.

ERASMUS+ Project held in Newcastle from 7th - 9th February 2017

21 February 2017

The iCeGS team members Nicki Moore and Frazer Smillie attended the penultimate meeting of an Erasmus + project in Newcastle from 7th - 9th February. The meeting was also attended by colleagues from Aarhus University, Denmark; EKS, Prague, Czech Republic and the meeting hosts, Justice Prince.

News from the sector

TEAN Conference in Birmingham - promotes Critical Guides for Teacher Educators - Available now...

16 May 2017

TEAN Conference in Birmingham last week promotes fantastic series of Critical Guides for Teacher Educators.

iCeGS Annual Lecture 2016 by Professor Rie Thomsen: Career guidance in communities - A model for reflexive practice

11 May 2017

iCeGS Annual Lecture 2016 by Professor Rie Thomsen: Career guidance in communities - A model for reflexive practice. We are now pleased to announce that Rie has published a paper which sets out the main points of her research.