Decisions about careers take place in various contexts. Learners in primary school dream about what they want to be when they grow up. High school learners grapple with school and subject choices that will enable entry into particular learning pathways that will take them into chosen careers. College and university students explore various career options that lead off from post school qualifications. And in the workplace, junior, middle and even senior level career professionals make decisions about career pathways.
To support green career guidance and decision making for a better world, a number of resources have been developed under an organising framework and can be accessed through this e-flyer. Some of these resources are new, while others have been around for some time. The scope of materials offered may be useful for both primary users (teachers, lecturers and career counsellors) and secondary users (learners and students) in various contexts (schools, colleges, universities, sector education and training authorities, environmental organisations and other employers, among others).
In the pages of this flyer you will find download links to the resources as well as other useful information. Look for the following icons to quickly find resources and suggested uses that might best suit you and your context: