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At the 6th NICE Conference in Bratislava, Slovakia, activities to foster further exchange in the future were an important aspect on May 29, 2015. To begin with, Dr Lucy Hearne from the University of Limerick (Ireland) presented the Peer-Learning Framework of NICE, a manual how to jointly develop degree programmes in career guidance and counselling, drawing on common points of reference like the European Competence Standards. Secondly, Jan Woldendorp from the Saxion University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands) presented the work and concepts of the Mobility Team of NICE, including guidelines how to organise international exchanges of staff and students. Finally, Jan Woldendorp and Prof Sif Einarsdottir from the University of Iceland prepared the stage for 9 parallel workshops on the future of cooperation in the NICE network. For further information on the conference, please visit www.nice-network.eu
Dr Susanne Kraatz from the European Parliament's Policy Department on Economic and Scientific Policy presented an overview of efforts at the European level, to foster quality in lifelong guidance and counselling. Next to an overview of existing policies, current activities and challenges for the future, she presented a European competence profile for PES and EURES counsellors. For more information on the conference, please visit www.nice-network.eu