Experts in quality management and evaluation

Experts in quality management and evaluation

The expertise already provided through the members of the scientific committee and the advisory board will still be enhanced through the involvement of a consortium of experts with substantive expertise, the experts in quality management and evaluation. The partners of this consortium are (in alphabetical order):

ImmagineBernd-Joachim Ertelt. is a Professor for Science of Education in VET at the Jan Dlugosz University (AJD), Faculty of Education, Czestochowa/Polen, Lecturer at the University of Applied Labour Studies of the Federal Employment Agency (Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (HdBA), at the University of Mannheim (Faculty of Social Sciences) and at the University of Heidelberg (Institute for Educational Science, Unit for Further Training and Guidance). He is Honorary Professor at the University of National and World Economy, Sofia/Bulgaria. Since 1985 he works as expert and consultant in many countries and various international projects and organisations in the fields of counselling methodology, development of vocational guidance services, evaluation of international projects and academic counsellor training (ILO, CEDEFOP, World Bank, EU-Commission, Leonardo da Vinci, OECD, ERASMUS, etc.); numerous publications and studies. He is member of Conseil Scientific International of J. “OSP” (INETOP, Paris), Editorial Board of J. “Career Designing: Research and Counselling” (Kaunas/Lithuania), and International Board of the of the “Journal of Counsellogy” (Wroclaw/Poland).


Hazel Reid. She is Professor of Education and Career Development and Head of Research in the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. She researches in the area of career and guidance theory and practice and offers workshops on narrative career counselling. She also supervises students undertaking Doctoral research and works with the Auto/biography and Narrative Research & KE Theme Group in the Faculty of Education.
Hazel is a Fellow of the Career Development Institute and of the Higher Education Academy. She is a member of the International Association of Educational & Vocational Guidance, a NICEC Fellow (National Institute of Careers Education & Counselling) and co-edits the NICEC journal. She is a regular reviewer for five international academic journals and serves on the editorial board of the (international) British Journal of Guidance & Counselling.  She is involved in European projects related to the work of career guidance counsellors (in the network ‘NICE’). Her previous research was concerned with the meanings given to the function of supervision within guidance and youth support work. Currently she is exploring the development of constructivist approaches for career guidance and counselling – in particular narrative career counselling – and the experiences of long term unemployed young people in areas of social and economic disadvantage.  Hazel is a founding member of the European Research Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counselling. She presents her work at national and international conferences, at invited symposia and key note addresses. Her recent books, written in collaboration with Jane Westergaard, include Effective Counselling with Young People (2011); Effective Supervision for Counsellors – an introduction (2013); with Linden West (eds) (2015) Constructing Narratives of Continuity and Change: a transdisciplinary approach to researching lives, published by Routledge. An Introduction to Career Counselling and Coaching (2016) London: Sage, is her latest book.


Ronald Sultana Director, Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research, University of Malta Ronald G. Sultana studied career guidance at the Universities of Reading (UK), Waikato (New Zealand), and Stanford (USA), where he was a Fulbright Fellow. He is professor of sociology and comparative education at the University of Malta, where he directs the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research. Professor Sultana is a Fellow of the National Institute for Career Education & Counselling (NICEC-UK), a consulting expert to the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, and has served on the editorial board of the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, and the Journal of Education and Work. He has participated as a consulting expert in several international reviews of career guidance, including those led by the OECD and the European Union. His most recent work includes comparative analyses of career guidance across Europe, and in the Arab states. He has published over 24 books and 108 papers in refereed journals. A list of his publications is available at: Email:

6Seija Koskela Dr., Principal Lecturer, works in the Teacher Education College (TEC), in JAMK University of Applied Sciences in Jyväskylä, Finland. In the university her responsibilities are tutoring both vocational teacher students and post-degree students (TEC), and developing curricula. Koskela’s doctoral dissertation focused on developing interdisciplinary team work inside the school organization and increasing teachers’ guidance and counselling skills. She is a member in several national thematic working groups in the field of lifelong guidance.

Ass-Prof. Dr. Sif Einarsdóttir, University of Iceland (IS): Expert on the professionalization of career guidance and counseling and higher education in the field

Dr. Ole Henckel, Aarhus University (DK): Expert for dual degree programs

Dr. István Kiss, University ELTE, Budapest, Bologna Expert (HU): Evaluation research on guidance & counselling quality; counsellor training

Prof. Dr. Kestutis Pukelis, University of Kaunas (LI): Expert for the quality of degree programmes and accreditation

Prof. Dr. Sidiropoulou-Dimakakou and Dr. Nikos Drosos, University of Athens (GR): Experts on the training of career guidance and counselling professionals

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