The FAB has released a new set of career guidance guidelines for Career Guidance Counselors, which outline how to use these guidance documents to help clients with any career change or transition.
These guidelines were developed by the National Association of Career Counselors (NACCC) and were written by the FAB’s National Association for Career Counseling.
These guidance documents can be found in the career guidance guide, the career guide to help guide you, and the career guides to help you, the professional.
There are several important points to keep in mind with these guidelines.
The guidelines outline the career goals of the counselor, the roles they will play and the responsibilities they will take on.
If you are thinking about seeking help for a career change, this is a great time to take advantage of these guidelines to help inform your career planning.
However, if you are just starting out in your career and need help finding your way, the guidelines provide some useful tips and guidance for those who want to keep up with the latest in career development.
The FAB also has an extensive guide to career counseling that can help guide individuals through their career transition, including advice on how to get started in the profession, and how to manage a transition that may take longer than expected.
These guidelines are a great way to get involved in the careers of career counselors, regardless of your career.
More to come soon.