Staff profile

Dr Siobhan Neary


Head of iCeGS

Campus

Kedleston Road, Derby Campus

Email

s.neary@derby

About

As Head of iCeGS I have responsibility for overseeing the Centre's research and teaching and learning portfolio. I have a background in the guidance sector which encompasses more than twenty-five years working as a practitioner, trainer, manager, lecturer and researcher. My portfolio includes work on career management and employability, CPD and international development work in Sri Lanka, Mauritius, China, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates.

I have an extensive background in teaching and learning in relation to guidance and career management and have developed several programmes to support practitioners these include: career management courses, careers education and guidance studies at both undergraduate and post graduate levels. I teach on the MA in Career Education and Coaching, the University's Doctor of Education programme and Research Supervision programme for academic staff.

I am registered Career Development Practitioner, a NICEC Fellow and I have been twice elected to represent England on the CDI’s Professional Development Committee.

My research interests focus on, CPD, professional identify and quality improvement within the career development sector. I have recently published a book ‘CPD for the Career Development Professional: A handbook for enhancing practice’ with  Claire Johnson, Professional Development Manager for the CDI.

Teaching responsibilities

I teach on the MA in Career Education and Coaching, the University's Doctor of Education programme and Research Supervision programme for academic staff. I am currently the External Examiner for the MA in Career Coaching at the University of East London and the MA in Guidance Counselling and Lifespan Development at the University of Limerick. I have previously held EE positions at Canterbury Christchurch University and the University of Strathclyde.

I supervise several EdD and PhD theses in areas related to career and career development.

Professional interests

My research interests include career management frameworks, continuing professional development and professional identity for guidance professionals.

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