Previous Annual Lectures:
- 2016 - Associate Professor Rie Thomsen, Career guidance in communities. See the article & link below.
- 2015 - Professor Jim Bright, The uncertain story of career development. See the article & link below.
- 2014 - Professor Tony Watts, OBE: Career development: looking back; moving forward
- 2013 - Dr Wendy Hirsh: Career Support for Grown Ups - A Tiny Profession or Everyone's Business?
- 2012 - Professor Ewart Keep: Youth Transitions From Learning to Earning-problems with information, incentives and labour market structure.
- 2011 - Michael Davis - Chief Executive of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills: Extending Choices to Maximise Chances.
- 2010 - John Hayes MP, Minister for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning: The Future of Careers Guidance.
- 2009 - Dr Barrie Hopson: From Vocational Guidance to Portfolio Careers.
- 2008 - Professor Ronald Sultana: Career Guidance Policies: Global Dynamics, Local Resonances.
- 2007 - Professor Rosalind Edwards: Difference and Belonging, Hopes and Fears.
- 2006 - Dr Gideon Arulmani: Pride and Prejudice: How do They Matter to Career Development?
- 2005 - Geoff Stanton: Rhetoric and Reality: Vocational Options and Current Educational Policy.
- 2004 - Lynne Bezanson: A Time For Transformation.
- 2003 - Professor Lorna Unwin: Taking an Expansive Approach to Workplace Learning: Implications for Guidance.
- 2002 - Professor Michael Arthur: New Careers, New Relationships: Understanding & Supporting the Contemporary .
- 2001 - Chris Humphries CBE: Skills, Work and Lifelong Learning.
- 2000 - Anne Weinstock: Connexions and Youth Policy: A Brighter Future?
- 1999 - Valerie Bayliss: Joined-Up Guidance: Where Do We Go From Here?
- 1998 - Professor Tony Watts CBE: Reshaping Career Development for the 21st Century.
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 Annual Lecture 2015 by Visiting Professor Jim Bright: The uncertain story of career development
24 May 2016
iCeGS are pleased to announce the publication of Professor Jim Bright’s paper ‘The uncertain story of career development’ based on his inaugural lecture in November 2015 at the University of Derby. Jim Visiting Professor of Career Development at iCeGS.