Continuing with topics explored in Guidance and Career Education Parts 1 and 2, this course focuses on opportunities for candidates to become involved in guidance leadership roles in school guidance departments.
Candidates concentrate on the changing roles and responsibilities of counsellors as well as leadership in the school. Skills in personal counselling, consultation, co-ordination of services and programs, and the development and delivery of guidance programs are discussed. Instructional methods include: small group research, carousel presentations, personal growth portfolios as well as discussion of issues and dilemmas relevant to guidance and career education. Practical application of technology is also explored, and time is devoted to Ministry documents such as OSR Management, Guidance and Career Education course offerings and Transition planning.