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Guidance and Counselling: Associations
The course is the field of academics, the kind of guidance needed is to make an individual an independent thinker and to manage his own affairs wisely and well.
The Pole Star, a non-profit, non-partisan entity, engage in fostering social and environmental preventive initiatives today for tomorrow. The Pole Star will help you put an end to the environmental destruction that is taking place every day, both in our own neighborhoods and elsewhere in the world and the wastage of young brain's energies because of lack of information and proper counseling.
The first ever professional Association for ‘Career Counsellors and Vocational Guides’ has been launched here by International Labour Organization (ILO). The Association will comprise of the trained and qualified Career Counsellors and it will help in professionalization of Career Counselling sector in Pakistan.
The New Zealand Association of Counsellors ––Te Ropu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa was formally established in 1974 under the name the NZ Counselling and Guidance Association. To start with, it was a grouping of people either appointed to secondary schools as guidance counsellors or those involved in their training and employment.
AFAQ is an independent, ISO 9001-2008 certified organization dedicated to improving education in Pakistan. Being a collaborative venture of six not-for- profit organisations working in the education sector, AFAQ has a vision to improve the literacy rate in Pakistan through a diverse range of services: curriculum development, textbooks and children’s publications, model school development.
The Queensland Guidance and Counselling Association is a founding member of the Australian Guidance and Counselling Association. We are Queensland's peak professional association that provides leadership and support in an educational guidance and counselling setting. It is primarily this school and educational setting.
The Institute of Guidance Counsellors established in 1968, is the professional body representing over 1200 practitioners in second level schools, third level colleges, adult guidance services, private practice and in other settings.